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Development of an infrared absorption spectrometer for temperature and species concentration measurements in a gasifier

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An absorption spectrometer utilizing a tunable distributed feedback diode laser at 2.3µm and an interband cascade laser at 3.1µm has been developed to measure temperature and concentrations of CO, CH4, C2H2 and H2O under gasification conditions. The setup has been tested and then applied for measurements at an atmospheric entrained flow gasifier.

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