Abstract

The problem of applying spectroradiometric temperature measurement techniques to hot gases containing scattering particles is considered. A temperature measurement procedure is developed. This procedure is shown to yield a significant advantage over previous techniques while requiring only minimal knowledge of the exact nature of the scattering particles.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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