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|Title:||Two-photon laser-induced fluorescence measurement of CO in turbulent non-premixed bluff body flames|
|Citation:||Combustion and Flame, 2003; 132(1-2):272-274|
|Publisher:||Elsevier Science Inc|
|B. B. Dally, A. R. Masri, R. S. Barlow and G. J. Fiechtner|
|Abstract:||Detailed measurements of reactive and passive scalars in axisymmetric bluff-body flames of CH4/H2, CH4/air, and CO/H2 have been reported in the past  and have been used in several studies directed at developing and validating turbulent combustion models [2, 3, 4 and 5]. Comparisons of measured and modeled results for flames with CH4/H2 as fuel have shown significant disagreement in the mass fractions of CO, with the Raman scattering measurements of [CO] being much higher than the modeling calculations. Previously published data  were collected using the Raman scattering technique for all major species including CO. Raman scattering measurements of [CO] in methane flames suffer from laser-excited interference from higher hydrocarbons formed on the fuel-rich side of the reaction zone. It is well established [6, 7 and 8] that measurements of [CO] based on two-photon laser-induced fluorescence (TPLIF) can provide much better accuracy than those based on Raman scattering in methane and natural gas flames.|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 2|
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