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Phosphor thermometry at an optically accessible internal combustion engine

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Two-dimensional phosphor thermometry based on the temperature-dependent luminescence lifetime using a CMOS high-speed camera was characterized and applied to an optically accessible Diesel engine. A temperature transient was monitored in trailed and in fired operation.

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