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Development of an Infrared Two-color Probe for Particle Cloud Temperature Measurement
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  • Journal title : Journal of ILASS-Korea
  • Volume 20, Issue 4,  2015, pp.230-235
  • Publisher : Institute for Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems-Korea
  • DOI : 10.15435/JILASSKR.2015.20.4.230
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Development of an Infrared Two-color Probe for Particle Cloud Temperature Measurement
Alshaikh Mohammed, Mohammed Ali; Kim, Ki Seong;
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The demands for reliable particle cloud temperature measurement exist in many process industries and scientific researches. Particle cloud temperature measurements depend on radiation thermometry at two or more color bands. In this study, we developed a sensitive, fast response and compact online infrared two-color probe to measure the temperature of a particle cloud in a phase of two field flow (solid-gas). The probe employs a detector contained two InGaAs photodiodes with different spectral responses in the same optical path, which allowed a compact probe design. The probe was designed to suit temperature measurements in harsh environments with the advantage of durability. The developed two-color probe is capable of detecting particle cloud temperature as low as , under dynamic conditions.
Particle cloud;Temperature measurement;Two-color pyrometry;
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