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Laser Diagnostics of Industrial Chemical Processes

  • J. Wolfrum
Part of the Ettore Majorana International Science Series book series (EMISS, volume 35)

Abstract

Industrial chemical processes take place under conditions where the many elementary chemical reactions interact strongly with the various transport processes (diffusion, heat conduction, convection, turbulence, radiational energy transfer). Detailed information on these interactions is necessary to improve the efficiency of industrial processes and to reduce the formation of unwanted side products and pollutants. Interesting new possibilities in this direction come from mathematical modeling of complex chemical processes in laminar or turbulent flows including iheat and species transport and the influence of walls1. Realistic mathematical models require information on temperature, concentrations and velocities of reacting species with high spatial and temporal resolution. The development of powerful and tunable laser light sources from the infrared to the ultraviolet has greatly improved the possibilities for. non-invasive spatially and temporally resolved measurements of species concentrations, mole fraction, temperature, density, velocity and pressure. In this lecture various industrial applications of linear and non-linear laser spectroscopic techniques are described.

Keywords

Radiational Energy Transfer Industrial Device Realistic Mathematical Model Stimulate Raman Gain Counterflow Diffusion Flame 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Wolfrum
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  1. 1.Physikalisch-Chemisches InstituteRuprecht-Karls-UniversitätHeidelbergWest Germany

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