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Simultaneous Optical Measurement of Soot Volume Fraction and Temperature

Published

Author(s)

M. Y. Choi, Anthony Hamins, Takashi Kashiwagi

Abstract

Radiative heat transfer processes in large fires govern the burning rate, the flame spread rate and the potential for fire hazards. These processes are controlled by the detailed structure of the fire, primarily the temperature and soot distributions. In an attempt to characterize the radiative heat transfer, Gore and coworkers developed an optical probing technique [Sivathanu et al., 1991; Klassen et al., 1992a, 1992b]. The technique utilizes a multi-line emission and absorption probe to simultaneously measure the temperature and soot volume fraction within a narrow region of a fire.
Proceedings Title
Combustion Institute/Central and Eastern States Section
Conference Dates
March 15-17, 1993
Conference Location
New Orleans, LA, US
Conference Title
Combustion Fundamentals and Applications

Keywords

soot, optical measurement, volume fraction, temperature

Citation

Choi, M. , Hamins, A. and Kashiwagi, T. (1993), Simultaneous Optical Measurement of Soot Volume Fraction and Temperature, Combustion Institute/Central and Eastern States Section, New Orleans, LA, US, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=909876 (Accessed March 1, 2024)
Created March 14, 1993, Updated October 12, 2021