Abstract

Raman/Rayleigh scattering is a powerful diagnostics technique to measure temperature, species and their gradients in non-sooting jet flames, but it is typically limited to repetition rates of 10 Hz or lower. Here we introduce a novel approach to extend sampling rates to 10 kHz and enable access to enclosed combustors, while maintaining accuracy and precision levels adequate to experimental datasets intended for validation of numerical combustion models.

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