Abstract

Speckle photography is used to obtain full-field gas-phase temperature measurements which are relatively insensitive to system motion. A cylindrical propane flame is used to test the accuracy and sensitivity of the method. Results are compared with thermocouple measurements.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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