Culick, F. E. C. and Pun, W. and Palm, S. L. and Ratner, A. (2002) Phase resolved PLIF and chemiluminescence for measuring combustion dynamics. . http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20110208-081441006
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Transient behavior of combustion systems has long been a subject of both fundamental and practical concerns. Extreme cases of very rapid changes include the ignition of reacting mixtures and detonation. At the other extreme is a wide range of quasi-steady changes of behavior, for example adjustments of the operating point of a combustion chamber. Between the limiting cases of 'infinitely fast' and 'infinitesimally slow' lie important fundamental problems of time-dependent behavior and a wide array of practical applications. Among the latter are combustion instabilities and their active control, a primary motivation for the work reported in this paper. Owing to the complicated chemistry, chemical kinetics and flow dynamics of actual combustion systems, numerical simulations of their behavior remains in a relatively primitive state. Even as that situation continually improves, it is an essential part of the field that methods of measuring true dynamical behavior be developed to provide results having both fine spatial resolution and accuracy in time. This paper is a progress report of recent research carried out in the Jet Propulsion Center of the California Institute of Technology.
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|Additional Information:||© 2002 by the California Institute of Technology. All rights reserved. This work was sponsored partly by the California Institute of Technology; partly by a grant under the Defense University Research Instrumentation Program, provided by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research; partly by the Department of Energy, AGTSR Program; partly by ENEL; and partly by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (Dr. Mitat Birkan, Program manager).|
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|Deposited By:||Ruth Sustaita|
|Deposited On:||09 Feb 2011 16:09|
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