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TECHNICAL PAPERS: Combustion

Extinction and Scattering Properties of Soot Emitted From Buoyant Turbulent Diffusion Flames

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S. S. Krishnan, K.-C. Lin, G. M. Faeth

Department of Aerospace Engineering, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2140

J. Heat Transfer 123(2), 331-339 (Nov 03, 2000) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1350823 History: Received April 18, 2000; Revised November 03, 2000
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Figures

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Measured and predicted scattering patterns for soot in ethylene/air flames at wavelengths in the visible (351.2–632.8 nm)
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Measurements of depolarization ratios for various fuels as a function of primary particle size parameter in the visible (351.2–632.8 nm). Measurements of Wu et al. 7, Köylü and Faeth 2125, and the present investigation.
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Measured and predicted total scattering/absorption cross section ratios for various fuels as a function of wavelength in the visible (351.2–632.8 nm)
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Measured dimensionless extinction coefficients of soot for various fuels at wavelengths of 250–5200 nm. Measurements of Krishnan et al. 6, Dobbins et al. 9, Choi et al. 10, Mulholland and Choi 11, Zhou et al. 12 and the present investigation.
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Measurements of the refractive index function ratios, F(m)/E(m), for various fuels as a function of wavelength for wavelengths of 250–9000 nm. Ex situ measurements of Dalzell and Sarofim 13, Stagg and Charalampopoulos 14; in situ measurements of Krishnan et al. 6, and Wu et al. 7.
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Measurements of the refractive index function for absorption, E(m), as a function of wavelength for wavelengths of 250–9000 nm. Ex situ results of Dalzell and Sarofim 13, Stagg and Charalampopoulos 14, and Felske et al. 31; in situ results of Krishnan et al. 6, Wu et al. 7, and Köylü and Faeth 21, and the present investigation.
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Estimates of total scattering/absorption cross section ratios for various fuels as a function of wavelength for wavelengths in the visible and infrared (350–5200 nm)

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