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EFFECTS OF PRIMARY PARTICLE DIAMETER AND AGGREGATE SIZE DISTRIBUTION ON THE TEMPERATURE OF SOOT PARTICLES HEATED BY PULSED LASERS

DOI: 10.1615/ICHMT.2004.RAD-4.420
10 pages

David R. Snelling
Measurement Science for Emerging Technologies, National Research Council of Canada 1200 Montreal Road, Ottawa, ON, K1A 0R6, Canada

Abstrakt

Temperature histories of nanosecond pulsed laser heated soot particles of different primary particle diameters and different aggregate sizes were calculated using an aggregate based heat transfer model. Relatively low laser fluences were considered to ensure maximum particle temperatures were below about 3800 K to avoid soot particle sublimation. After the laser pulse, the temperature of soot particles in larger aggregates decreases more slowly than that of particles in smaller aggregates due to the increased shielding effect. For a given aggregate size, the temperature of particles of smaller diameter decays faster as a result of a larger surface area-to-volume ratio. The effective temperature of soot particles in the laser probe volume was calculated based on the ratio of thermal radiation intensities of soot particles at 400 and 780 nm to simulate the experimentally measured soot particle temperature using two-color optical pyrometry. The effect of aggregate size distribution of soot particles on the effective particle temperature was investigated under different initial temperatures.

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