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The Spray Characterization Using Planar Imaging Technique
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The Spray Characterization Using Planar Imaging Technique
Lee, Kyung-Jin; Jung, Ki-Hoon; Yoon, Young-Bin; Jeong, Kyung-Seok; Jeung, In-Seuck;
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 Abstract
The characteristics of spray nozzle have been quantified with the measurement of fluorescence and Mie scattering images. To correct the attenuation of the incident light sheet, a sequential double-pass light sheet system and the geometrical averaging of two images was implemented. Quantitative mass flux distribution of spray was obtained from fluorescence image. 3-D image is reconstructed using 2-D radial images. Sauter mean diameter (SMD) distribution was determined using the ratio of fluorescence signal intensity and Mie scattering signal intensity and the values were quantified with PDP A data. The measurement of mass flux and SMD using planar imaging technique agee with PDP A data fairly well in the low density region. However, in dense region, there are significant errors caused by secondary scattering. It was found that the planar imaging technique provides many advantages over the point measurement technique, such as PDP A, and can be implemented for quantitative measurement, especially in low density region.
 Keywords
Spay;SMD(Sauter Mean Diameter);Patternation;Fluorescence;Mie Scattering;PDPA (Phase Doppler Particle Analyzer);3-D Reconstruction;
 Language
Korean
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