Measurement of Temperature Distribution Nearby Flame Quenching Zone by Real-Time Holographic Interferometry 2004-01-1761
Temperature distribution as the flame propagated and contacted to the wall of the combustion chamber was measured by real-time holographic interference method, which mainly consisted of an argon-ion laser and a high-speed video camera. The experiment was done with a constant volume chamber and propane-air mixture with several kinds of equivalence ratios. From the experimental results, it can be found that the temperature distribution outside the zone from the surface of the combustion chamber to 0.1mm distance could be measured by counting the number of the interference fringes, but couldn't within this zone because of lacking in the resolution of the used optical system. The experimental results show that the temperature distribution when the heat flux on the wall increases rapidly and when the heat flux shows the maximum value are quite different by the equivalence ratio. Therefore, the temperature distribution when the heat flux shows the maximum is related with the lower temperature of ignition temperature.
Citation: Suzuki, T., Uchida, K., Oguri, Y., and Yoshida, M., "Measurement of Temperature Distribution Nearby Flame Quenching Zone by Real-Time Holographic Interferometry," SAE Technical Paper 2004-01-1761, 2004, https://doi.org/10.4271/2004-01-1761. Download Citation
Takashi Suzuki, Keisuke Uchida, Yasufumi Oguri, Masatake Yoshida