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    Title: Chemiluminescence Measurement of Reaction Zone Structures in Laminar Premixed Methane-Air Flames
    Authors: F.-S. Wu
    Y.-H. Li
    Y.-C. Chao
    T. S. Cheng
    C.-Y. Wu
    Contributors: 圖書資訊館
    Keywords: Chemiluminescence optical probe
    Cassegrain optics
    Premixed hydrocarbon flame
    Date: 2010-03-20
    Issue Date: 2010-06-18 10:41:58 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Spatially resolved measurements of OH*, CH*,and C2* chemiluminescence in laminar premixed methane-air flames operated at several equivalence ratios ranging from 0.85 to 1.5 are performed to reveal the reaction zone structures. The measurement system consists of Cassegrain optics,an optical fiber, and a monochromator coupled with liquid nitrogen cooled charge-coupled device (LN-CCD). Experimental results indicate that this non-laser based chemiluminescence optical probe can accurately measure the radial distributions of OH*, CH*, and C2* in slot burner flames. The ability of using the intensity ratio of C2*/OH*,C2*/CH*, CH*/OH*, and C2*(1,0)/C2*(0,0)obtained in laminar flames for simultaneous measurements of local equivalence ratio and temperature in turbulent flames is discussed.
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