volume 153, issue 1-2, P216-227 2008
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2007.10.023
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Abstract: Two-color soot optical pyrometry is a widely used technique for measuring soot temperature and volume fraction in many practical combustion devices, but line-of-sight soot temperature and volume fraction gradients can introduce significant uncertainties in the measurements. For diesel engines, these uncertainties usually can only be estimated based on assumptions about the soot property gradients along the line of sight, because full threedimensional transient diesel soot distribution data are not available. …

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