1 October 1983 Particle Size, Number Density, And Velocity Measurements In A 2800 K Combustion System
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Particle size and velocity measurements have been obtained in a low-speed (6 to 10 m/s), 2800 K combustor 30 cm in diameter. The measurements were obtained using a particle-sizing interferometer coupled to a 0.5 m spectrometer for background light rejection from radiant particles. Results obtained for the combustion of powdered coke clearly indicate the capabilities of this type of instrument to estimate combustor efficiency as a function of temperature. Comparison of the optically sampled measurements with other sampling techniques shows reasonable agreement.
W. M. Farmer, W. M. Farmer, F. A. Schwartz, F. A. Schwartz, E. S. Stallings, E. S. Stallings, R. A. Belz, R. A. Belz, } "Particle Size, Number Density, And Velocity Measurements In A 2800 K Combustion System," Optical Engineering 22(5), 225648 (1 October 1983). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973210 . Submission:
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