Measurement of the Mass Specific Extinction Coefficient for Acetylene and Ethene Smoke Using the Large Agglomerate Optics Facility

@inproceedings{Mulholland1999MeasurementOT,
  title={Measurement of the Mass Specific Extinction Coefficient for Acetylene and Ethene Smoke Using the Large Agglomerate Optics Facility},
  author={George W. Mulholland and Mun Young Choi},
  year={1999}
}
The mass specific extinction coefficient, rs, of smoke produced from acetylene and ethene fuel burned under laminar and turbulent conditions was measured using the Large Agglomerate Optics Facility. Key design features that enable a threefold reduction in the uncertainty compared with previous measurements include a 10-times longer pathlength, less than 0.05% drift in the light intensity ratio, steady-state smoke generation and dilution, accurate flow calibration, and more precise filter weight… CONTINUE READING

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