exhaust pipe

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exhaust pipe (plural exhaust pipes)

  1. For internal combustion engines, the pipe that vents waste gases from the engine.
  2. On a steam locomotive, a pipe which takes away steam exhausted from a cylinder.
    • 1944 November and December, “Modified G.W.R. "Hall" Class Locomotives”, in Railway Magazine, page 350:
      [] with this arrangement the cylinders are cast separately from the saddle, and bolted to the frames on each side with a fabricated stiffener between the frames. This stiffener is carried up to form the saddle for the smokebox, and within it is fitted the exhaust pipes from the cylinders to the blast pipe.

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