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Time-resolved 2D angular scattering of soot particles in atmospheric turbulent flames

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A better understanding of the formation of soot particles is essential to improve combustion-related processes. For this purpose, this work reports for the first time the measurement of the size of soot particles under formation in a turbulent atmospheric flame in a planar configuration. This is ensured by the detection of the elastic scattering of a laser sheet thanks to two cameras positioned at different scattering angles (45° and 135°). The size information is then used to interpret the scattering signal collected by an additional camera positioned at 90° in order to evaluate the soot number concentration. This last step relies on a calibration ensured by soot volume fraction and primary particle size previously determined by autocompensating laser-induced incandescence in the same flame. Moreover, the use of a 1kHz repetition rate nanosecond laser and three high speed CMOS cameras enables the access to these physical parameters with a high temporal resolution. The 2D and time-resolved soot characterization is of interest because it enables the observation of the temporal and spatial modifications of soot structures when propagating in such turbulent flames. In particular, in this flame, the transport and mixing of soot pockets are clearly observed and the impact of these processes on the size and number concentration is quantified.
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hal-03763465 , version 1 (29-08-2022)

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Maxime Bouvier, Jerôme Yon, Franck Lefebvre, G. Godard, Aurélien Perrier, et al.. Time-resolved 2D angular scattering of soot particles in atmospheric turbulent flames. 39th International Symposium on Combustion, Jul 2022, Vancouver, Canada. ⟨hal-03763465⟩
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