1 June 1994 Temperature profile measurement of axisymmetric gaseous flames using speckle photography, speckle shearing interferometry, and Talbot interferometry
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Optical Engineering, 33(6), (1994). doi:10.1117/12.168849
Abstract
Capabilities of laser speckle photography, speckle shearing interferometry, and Talbot interferometry with circular gratings to measure the temperature profile of axisymmetric gaseous flames are studied. Detailed experimental and theoretical investigations are presented. The temperatures measured by these three techniques are compared with the temperatures measured by a platinum-platinum-rhodium thermocouple with an accuracy of measurement ±0.2% of full scale ±4 digits. Good agreement between them is seen.
Chandra Shakher, A. J. Pramila Daniel, Anil Kumar Nirala, "Temperature profile measurement of axisymmetric gaseous flames using speckle photography, speckle shearing interferometry, and Talbot interferometry," Optical Engineering 33(6), (1 June 1994). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.168849
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Speckle

Interferometry

Photography

Temperature metrology

Diffusers

Refraction

Interferometers

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