Measurement of Flame Temperature Distribution in Engines by Using a Two-Color High Speed Shutter TV Camera System 890320
A two-color high speed shutter TV camera system has been developed as a new sensing device for measuring the flame temperature in engines. The TV camera system can measure the radiant intensities of high temperature substances accurately and rapidly. And, the two-dimensional temperature distribution can be easily calculated from the radiant intensities by using an image processor. This system is applicable to measurement of flame temperatures in diesel and gasoline engines. The relation between the progress of combustion phenomena and the measured temperature distribution is clearly explained. It is confirmed that the system is effective for measurement of the flame temperature distribution in engines.
Citation: Kawamura, K., Saito, A., Yaegashi, T., and Iwashita, Y., "Measurement of Flame Temperature Distribution in Engines by Using a Two-Color High Speed Shutter TV Camera System," SAE Technical Paper 890320, 1989, https://doi.org/10.4271/890320. Download Citation