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Slip Correction Measurements of Certified PSL Nanoparticles Using a Nanometer Differential Mobility Analyzer (Nano-DMA) for Knudsen Number From 0.5 to 83
The slip correction factor has been investigated at reduced pressures and high Knudsen number using polystyrene latex (PSL) particles. Nano-differential mobility analyzers (NDMA) were used inExpand
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Comparisons of the soot volume fraction using gravimetric and light extinction techniques
Abstract Simultaneous optical and gravimetric measurements were performed in the postflame region of an acetylene/ air premixed flame where the temperature of the soot/gas mixture was reduced to 500Expand
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Structural analysis of soot agglomerates
Etude de la structure des agglomerats de noir de carbone formes par combustion d'acetylene dans un bruleur a diffusion coannulaire
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Specific extinction coefficient of flame generated smoke
The experimental results for the mass specific extinction coefficient (σs) at λ=633 nm for flame generated smoke are summarized for seven studies involving 29 fuels. The measurements are forExpand
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Comparison of a fractal smoke optics model with light extinction measurements
Abstract Optical cross-sections of carbonaceous aggregates (smoke) formed by combustion sources have been computed based on fractal concepts. Specific extinction depends upon the primary particleExpand
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Collisions between point masses and fractal aggregates
La simulation par ordinateur est utilisee pour etudier les collisions entre des agregats de particules
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Generation and Transport of Smoke Components
Smoke is a mixture of gases, vapors, and suspended particulate matter, or aerosols. The nature of the aerosol component of smoke can play a significant role in its deposition in the fire environmentExpand
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On Two Numerical Techniques for Light Scattering by Dielectric Agglomerated Structures
Smoke agglomerates are made of many soot sphcres, and their light scattering response is of interest in fire research. The numerical techniques chiefly used for theoretical scattering studies are theExpand
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MEASUREMENT OF THE MASS SPECIFIC EXTINCTION COEFFICIENT FOR ACETYLENE AND ETHENE SMOKE USING THE LARGE AGGLOMERATE OPTICS FACILITY
The mass specific extinction coefficient, σ s of smoke produced from acetylene and ethene fuel burned under laminar and turbulent conditions was measured using the Large Agglomerate Optics Facility.Expand
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Simulation of aerosol agglomeration in the free molecular and continuum flow regimes
Abstract The formation of high temperature aerosol agglomerates is simulated by following the Langevin trajectory of each particle with the boundary condition that the particles stick upon collision.Expand
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