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Sensitive Diagnostics for Chemically Reacting Flows

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Abstract

Increasingly stringent emission regulations, global warming, and depleting fossil fuel resources are driving the design of combustion systems towards extreme operating conditions. Ultra-lean fuel mixtures, very high pressures, and low temperature combustion are some of the directions being pursued currently. In such domains, fuel chemistry and reaction kinetics play critical role in the design and optimization of combustion systems.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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