High spatial resolution laser cavity extinction measurements of soot in low soot producing flames
Tian, Bo, Balusamy, S and Hochgreb, S 2014. High spatial resolution laser cavity extinction measurements of soot in low soot producing flames. The Combustion Institute.
|Authors||Tian, Bo, Balusamy, S and Hochgreb, S|
In this work, a high spatial resolution laser-cavity extinction technique is developed to measure the soot volume fraction from low-soot producing flames. We have applied the technique to a series of laminar-diffusion hydrocarbon-air flames. The measurements show good agreement with available results using laser-induced Incandescence (LII) and single point extinction. Sensitivity analysis shows that the measurement uncertainty of this technique is significantly higher than a single-pass laser-cavity system, and the measurement threshold can be as low as ppb lev- els.
|Keywords||laser-cavity; soot volume; laminar-diffusion|
|Publisher||The Combustion Institute|
|Web address (URL)||http://hdl.handle.net/10545/624727|
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|Publication dates||17 Feb 2014|
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|Deposited||24 Apr 2020, 15:00|
|Contributors||University of Cambridge|
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