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Application of LIBS and CT-TDLAS to Industrial Processes

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Abstract

A new collinear long and short DP-LIBS method and CT-TDLAS method were proposed and applied to component measurement and 2D temperature distributions to improve the detection ability and measurement accuracy, which enable real-time measurements in various industrial processes, such as iron and steel making processes, engines, burners and so on.

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