Abstract

Structured illumination is an imaging method most commonly employed within the field of microscopy. However, recently the technique has spread into other scientific fields, such as for combustion research, where it has revealed new measurement opportunities. This paper describes how structured illumination can be employed for spray- and combustion research and highlights some of the recent progresses made towards temperature imaging, rapid data acquisition as well as detection of ‘dark species’.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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