9 November 1978 Coherent Antistokes Raman Spectroscopy In Sooty Diffusion Flames
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The main reason for doing spectroscopy in a sooty diffusion flame, rather than in a well characterized and controlled environment, is that such a flame is thought to be a good model for the early stages of many jet combustors where particle concentrations, temperature, and possibly turbulence are likely to be similar. However, there are important differences. For example, the total pressure in a practical combustor is several atmospheres and it is pressure rather than an excess of fuel which causes soot formation in that case.
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lan R. Beattie, Trevor R. Gilson, Douglas A. Greenhalgh, and John D. Black "Coherent Antistokes Raman Spectroscopy In Sooty Diffusion Flames", Proc. SPIE 0158, Laser Spectroscopy: Applications and Techniques, (9 November 1978); doi: 10.1117/12.956817; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.956817

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