Laser-induced incandescence: Quantitative Interpretation, Modelling, Application

TitleLaser-induced incandescence: Quantitative Interpretation, Modelling, Application
Publication TypeProceedings Article
Year of Conference2005
AuthorsSchulz, C
Conference NameProc. Intl. Bunsen Discussion Meeting and Workshop
Volume195
Conference Start Date25/09/2005
PublisherCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Conference LocationDuisburg, Germany
EditorSchulz, C
ISBN NumberISSN 1613-0073
Abstract

Papers

  1. Heat conduction issues in laser-induced incandescenceS.-A. Kuhlmann, J. Reimann, S. Will
  2. A detailed experimental and theoretical comparison of spatially-resolved laser-induced incandescence signalsH. Bladh, J. Delhay, Y. Bouvier, E. Therssen, P-E. Bengtsson, P. Desgroux
  3. Investigations of the mechanisms involved in LII particle detectionH. A. Michelsen, M. Y. Gershenzon, P.O. Witze
  4. Influence of polydisperse distributions of both primary particle and aggregate sizes on soot temperature in low-fluence laser-induced incandescenceF. Liu, M. Yang, F. A. Hill, G. J. Smallwood, D. R. Snelling
  5. 2-Color LII measurements of carbon black: Interpretation for quantitative measurement of finenessB.J. Stagg
  6. Wavelength-dependence of refractive index function of soot particle by two-color laser induced incandescenceY. Bouvier, E. Therssen, P. Desgroux
  7. An LII technique independent of ex-situ calibration by detecting absolute light intensityD. R. Snelling, G. J. Smallwood, F. Liu, Ö. L. Gülder, W. D. Bachalo
  8. Laser-induced processes in carbon generated in an argon arcJ.D. Black, M.P. Johnson
  9. An investigation of soot nanoparticulate in a vacuumV. Beyer, D.A. Greenhalgh
  10. Laser-induced incandescence measurements in a laminar co-annular non-premixed methane/air flame at pressures of 0.5 to 4.0 MPaK. A. Thomson, D. R. Snelling, G. J. Smallwood, F. Liu
  11. Laser-induced incandescence and shifted vibrational CARS in laminar premixed flames at atmospheric and elevated pressuresK.P. Geigle, M.S. Tsurikov, W. Meier, V. Krüger, R. Hadef
  12. Laser-induced incandescence and multi-line NO thermometry for soot diagnostics at high pressuresM. Hofmann, H. Kronemayer, B. F. Kock, C. Schulz
  13. Soot particulate size measurements in a heavy duty Diesel engineB. Bougie, L.C. Ganippa, A.P. van Vliet, N.J. Dam, W.L. Meerts, J.J. ter Meulen
  14. Modeling of time-resolved laser-induced incandescence (TIRE-LII) transients for particle sizing in high-pressure spray combustion environmentsT. Dreier, B. Bougie, L. Ganippa, N. Dam, T. Gerber, J.J. ter Meulen
  15. Application of TR-LII for the study of carbon vapor condensation at room temperatureA. Eremin, E. Gurentsov, M. Hofmann, C. Schulz
  16. Planar laser-induced incandescence of iron particles in welding fumesO. Lucas, Z. Alwahabi, V. Linton
  17. Time-resolved laser-induced-incandescence (TR-LII) for iron-particle sizingB. Kock, J. Knipping, H.R. Orthner, C. Kayan, C. Schulz, P. Roth
  18. Laser-induced incandescence of free and surface-adsorbed particlesT. Schittkowski, D. Böker, D. Brüggemann
  19. In-situ determination of gas-to-particle reaction generated nanoscaled particlesM. Charwath, T. Lehre, R. Suntz, H. Bockhorn
  20. Two-dimensional imaging of soot volume fraction and OH in turbulent jet diffusion flames spanning low to high mixing ratesN. H. Qamar, Z.T. Alwahabi, G. J. Nathan, K. D. King

Posters

  1. Peak soot temperature in laser-induced incandescence measurementsS. De Iuliis, F. Cignoli, G. Zizak
  2. Soot volume fractions and primary particle size estimations by means of simultaneous time-resolved and 2D laser-induced incandescenceA. Boiarciuc, F. Foucher, C. Mounaïm-Rousselle
  3. Time-resolved laser-induced incandescence applied to in-cylinder Diesel particle sizingB. F. Kock, C. Schulz, P. Roth
  4. Gas-phase temperature imaging in sooting flames by multi-line NO-LIF thermometryH. Kronemayer, M. Hofmann, K. Omerbegovic, C. Schulz
  5. A critical evaluation of the thermal accommodation coefficient of soot determined by the laser-induced incandescence techniqueF. Liu, D. R. Snelling, G. J. Smallwood
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