Soot formation at atmospheric and diesel engine conditions using 2D time-resolved laser induced incandescence.

  • Lyndon DeLaurey

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis


A novel technique is presented in which two colour, two dimensional, time-resolved Laser induced incandescence (2C-2D-TiRe-LII) is used to produce planar spatially resolved, quantified, soot particle sizing. The technique is applied to a well characterized laboratory flame (Santoro burner) for validation. Accordance with other research efforts of spatial distribution of soot particle size was demonstrated.
Date of Award2015
Original languageEnglish
Awarding Institution
  • University of Brighton
SupervisorCyril Crua (Supervisor)

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