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Spectroscopic studies of carbon monoxide: application for detection in flames

Abstract : In this study, we investigated both experimentally and numerically two-photon laser-induced fluorescence from carbon monoxide (CO-TPLIF) in order to determine the applicability of this technique for imaging CO concentration in aircraft combustion chamber. Experiments were carried out in an optical –accessible gas cell under various conditions of temperature (300-900 K), pressure (0.1-3 MPa) and carrier gas (N2, air, He). Fluorescence intensity decreases as temperature and pressure increase. Comparison between simulations and experimental results show good agreement
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Olivier Carrivain, Mikael Orain, Nelly Dorval, Céline Morin, Guillaume Legros. Spectroscopic studies of carbon monoxide: application for detection in flames. 7th European Combustion Meeting, Mar 2015, Budapest, Hungary. ⟨hal-03434089⟩

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