REG: Laser Light Scattering System for Real-Time Concentration, Temperature, and Particle Size Measurements

Project: Research project

Project Details


The proposal is for the acquisition of an injection-seeded ND:YAG laser that will be used in two types of experiments. The first is a 'filtered' Rayleigh measurement which can be combined with simultaneous Raman spectroscopy to obtain both temperatures and concentrations. The second application is for laser-induced incandescence, a technique recently promoted at Penn State. The equipment will be used in several projects including combustion studies conducted in well-stirred reactors, turbulent and laminar diffusion flames, and Diesel engine and rocket chambers.

Effective start/end date9/15/948/31/95


  • National Science Foundation: $78,000.00


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