Laser diagnostic development and measurement and modelling of turbulent flowfields of jets and wakes. Part 3. The development of a two-channel CW time-resolved laser Raman spectroscopy (TILaRS) system for measurements in gas flowfields.

P. P. Yaney, R. J. Becker, P. T. Danset, Michael Robert Gallis

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The design and performance of a photon counting, two channel spectroscopic system using a CW argon ion laser is described. The system measures either the concentration of two gas species in a cold flow or the temperature and concentration of a single gas species, such as nitrogen, in a flame. The intensities of two Raman lines with spectral bandwidth between 0.04-0.08 mm are recorded. A mini computer can record at a sampling rate of up to 10 kHz. Studies of a methane diffusion flame at sampling rates of 20-100 Hz at room temperature, axisymmetric carbon dioxide jet at rates up to 2.0 kHz were carried out. Analysis of the data is discussed. (from authors' abstract)

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Laser diagnostics
Laser spectroscopy
laser spectroscopy
wakes
Raman spectroscopy
Sampling
sampling
Gases
gases
lasers
Argon
Carbon dioxide
Methane
Photons
diffusion flames
Nitrogen
Bandwidth
Temperature
carbon dioxide
Lasers

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