Temperature Response of an Acoustically Forced Turbulent Lean Premixed Flame: A Quantitative Experimental Determination

@article{Chrystie2013TemperatureRO,
  title={Temperature Response of an Acoustically Forced Turbulent Lean Premixed Flame: A Quantitative Experimental Determination},
  author={Robin S. M. Chrystie and Iain Stewart Burns and Clemens F. Kaminski},
  journal={Combustion Science and Technology},
  year={2013},
  volume={185},
  pages={180 - 199}
}
Temperature measurements have been taken on an acoustically forced lean premixed turbulent bluff-body stabilized flame. The burner used in this study is a test-bed to investigate thermoacoustic instability in gas-turbine engines at the University of Cambridge. Numerous experiments have been performed on the burner, one of which used two-line OH planar laser induced fluorescence to measure temperature. Here, we employ vibrational coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) of nitrogen as an… 

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