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|Title:||In-situ, well-resolved planar temperature measurement of radiatively-heated particles|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the 2017 Asia-Pacific Solar Research Conference (APSRC), 2018 / pp.1-8|
|Publisher:||Australian PV Institute|
|Conference Name:||Asia Pacific Solar Research Conference (APSRC) (05 Dec 2017 : Melbourne)|
|Kimberley C.Y. Kueh, Timothy C.W. Lau, Graham J. Nathan, Zeyad T. Alwahabi|
|Abstract:||A direct, single-shot, non-intrusive planar temperature measurement of micron-sized particles in an unsteady flow has been demonstrated. Particles of diameters between 10µm and 50µm were fluidised using an optically-accessible fluidised bed system. The particle temperature was measured with a single ICCD camera fitted with an image splitter and filters to simultaneously record two images over a 7.5mm × 10.8mm area. This resulted in particle temperature maps of 51 pixels/mm, with an average of 15 particles in the measurement region at any given time. The particles were heated to temperatures up to 350°C with solid-state solar thermal simulator to generate a highly uniform heating region at fluxes of up to 21.1 MW/m². These fluxes exceed the range typically found in the particle receivers in Concentrated Solar Thermal (CST) systems, demonstrating that the method is more suitable for investigating heat transfer in them.|
|Description:||DAY 3 Plenary Session - Concentrating Solar Thermal - Minerals Processing. Stream – Concentrating Solar Power - Kueh, K. paper.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Mechanical Engineering conference papers|
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