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A tunable diode laser sensor for temperature measurement in large-scale hydrogen generation furnaces

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Abstract

A compact TDL sensor is developed for temperature measurement in large scale SMR furnaces. Careful wavelength selection enables measurement in the long path, high absorbance, combustion environment, with single telecom laser at low cost.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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