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Setting up a rayleigh scattering based flow measuring system in a large nozzle testing facility

Setting up a rayleigh scattering based flow measuring system in a large nozzle testing facility

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Glenn Research Center, Available from NASA Center for Aerospace Information in [Cleveland, Ohio], Hanover, MD .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rayleigh scattering.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJayanta Panda, Carlos R. Gomez.
    SeriesNASA/TM -- 2002-211985., NASA technical memorandum -- 211985.
    ContributionsNASA Glenn Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16106776M

    2-D multispecies Raman imaging of an underexpanded nozzle flow with KrF and ArF excitation. Study of injection of helium into supersonic air flow using Rayleigh scattering. 22 August Analysis of a Rayleigh scattering measurement system in a hypersonic wind tunnel. values of the Rayleigh scattering cross section. Only then is a quantitative assessment of the small Rayleigh scattering phenomenon feasible. Finally, values for s¯ exp are deduced with accuracies of 1% for Ar and N 2 and 3% for SF 6. Some remarks must be made about the assumption that in the present measurement a scattering cross section is.

    Setting up a Rayleigh Scattering Experiment. Introduction. Filtered Rayleigh scattering is a technique which is based on the frequency shift of light that is caused when it is reflected off particles, molecules or atoms that are travelling at a substantial speed in a direction not perpendicular to that of the incident light. Because the FARRS technique is based on Rayleigh scattering, one needs to understand what flow properties affect the spectral shape of the signal. Unlike scattering from particles (Mie scatter-ing), the shape of the scattering spectrum for molecular Rayleigh scattering is affected by the thermal and acoustic motion of the scat-tering molecules.

    TIME RESOLVED FILTERED RAYLEIGH SCATTERING MEASUREMENT OF A CENTRIFUGALLY LOADED BUOYANT JET THESIS Firas Benhassen, 1st trajectory and the mixing of a jet in a co-flow. The first experiment involved setting up the Filtered Rayleigh scattering (FRS) technique to be used in this research. Diagram of a Typical Filtered Rayleigh Scattering. Filtered Rayleigh Scattering (FRS) is a diagnostic technique which measures velocity, temperature, and pressure by determining Doppler shift, total intensity, and spectral line shape of laser induced Rayleigh-Brillouin scattering.


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Setting up a rayleigh scattering based flow measuring system in a large nozzle testing facility Download PDF EPUB FB2

Setting up a Rayleigh Measuring System in Testing Facility Scattering Based Flow a Large Nozzle Jayanta Panda Ohio Aerospace Institute, Brook Park, Ohio Carlos R.

Gomez Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio Prepared for the 41st Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit sponsored by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

Setting up a rayleigh scattering based flow measuring system in a large nozzle testing facility (OCoLC) Microfiche version: Panda, Jayanta. Setting up a Rayleigh scattering based flow measuring system in a large nozzle testing facility. NASA/TM— 1 Setting up a Rayleigh Scattering Based Flow Measuring System in a Large Nozzle Testing Facility Jayanta Panda∗ Ohio Aerospace Institute.

Setting up a Rayleigh Scattering Based Flow Measuring System in a Large Nozzle Testing Facility Article (PDF Available) December with 67 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

A molecular Rayleigh-scattering-based air-density measurement system was built in a large nozzle-and-engine-component test facility for surveying supersonic plumes from jet-engine ex-haust.

The facility (see Figure 1) can test nozzles up to in. (cm) in diameter. It is enclosed in a ft (m) diameter tank where ambient pres. A Rayleigh scattering-based density fluctuation measurement system was set up inside a low-speed wind tunnel of NASA Ames Research Center.

The immediate goal was to study the thermal boundary layer on a heated flat plate. A large number of obstacles had to be overcome to set up the system, such as the removal of dust particles using air filters, the use.

Seasholtz R G, Buggele A E and Reeder M F Flow measurements based on Rayleigh scattering and Fabry - Perot interferometer Opt. Lasers Eng. 27 Crossref Shimizu H, Lee S A and She C Y High spectral resolution LIDAR system with atomic blocking filters for measuring atmospheric parameters Appl.

Opt. 22 Seasholtz R.G. and Lock, J.A., “Gas temperature and density measurements based on spectrally resolved Rayleigh-Brillouin scattering”, NASA Langley Measurement Technology Conference, Hampton, VA, Google Scholar.

Imaging techniques based on filtered Rayleigh scattering have the potential for two-dimensional (2D) and near wall measurement of gas velocity and temperature fields among other properties.

For gas temperature measurements, laser Rayleigh scattering from gas molecules are typically captured with an ICCD camera and temperature can be inferred. A new molecular Rayleigh scattering based flow diagnostic is used for the first time to measure the power spectrum of gas density and radial velocity component in the plumes of high speed jets.

Laser-illuminated Rayleigh scattering is rapidly becoming an important diagnostic tool, whose development is being pushed by two primary drivers. The first is the use of the intensity of the Rayleigh scattering to determine flow field and flame structureaswellasdensityand,insomecases,mixturefraction (DyerEscoda and Long ).

This work describes applications of filtered Rayleigh scattering to measure thermodynamic properties in compressible unseeded flows and thermal fields. Methodologies for measuring single and multiple properties in four flows are demonstrated including methods to calibrate the system parameters.

Temperature, pressure, and velocity were measured. D.W.H. July 4 For each scattering angle (,), the Equations (6) and (7) represent the intensities (W/cm2) of scattered radiation vertically and horizontally polarized with respect to the scattering plane, respectively, which is defined by the incident ray (of intensity Io) and the scattered ray, noting the polarization state of the incident ray as shown in Figure 2.

Robert A. Schowengerdt, in Remote Sensing (Third edition), Path-scattered component (L λ s p)The path radiance term is a combination of molecular Rayleigh scattering, which varies with wavelength as λ −4, and aerosol and particulate Mie scattering, which depends less strongly, or not at all, on combined effect of Rayleigh and Mie scattering in a clear.

Failure to account for these effects in low F number optical systems will lead to large errors in both the velocity and temperature measurements.

The best signal-to-noise is achieved with a sharp cut-off blocking filter whose width exceeds the linewidth of the Rayleigh scattered light.

Rayleigh scattering flow measurement diagnostics. In recent years, other types of microscopy were developed to collect images based on scattering signals. Louit et al. () developed a confocal Rayleigh scattering spectroscopic and imaging system using a white-light continuum femtosecond laser as illumination source.

The advantage of this system is that a focused laser beam is used so that there is enough scattering signal to. based on molecular Rayleigh scattering of laser light, so no seeding of the flow is necessary.

The Rayleigh scattered light is filtered with a fixed cavity, planar mirror Fabry-Perot interferometer. A minimum number of photodetectors were used in order to allow the high data acquisition rate needed for dynamic measurements.

A Rayleigh light scattering facility for the investigation of free jets and plumes. A laser Rayleigh scattering system for scalar transport studies. Experiments in Fluids, Vol.

3, No. 28th Aerodynamic Measurement Technology, Ground Testing. Rayleigh scattering measurement capabilities in the isolator model will help researchers to understand the flow field and aid in using the isolator for flow control. 3 II. Rayleigh Scattering and Fabry-Perot Interferometry In molecular Rayleigh scattering an incident electric field interacts with an atom or a molecule inducing a dipole.

The output of the second harmonic of an unseeded Nd:YAG laser, with a bandwidth of 1 cm-1, was used to measure scattering cross sections at a fixed frequency of 18 ± cm-1, corresponding to nm. Three typical pressure ramps are already shown in Fig.

results on the Rayleigh scattering cross sections, derived from the slopes in the. Filtered Rayleigh Scattering-Based Concentration Measurements for a Horizontal Buoyant Jet. Study of injection of helium into supersonic air flow using Rayleigh scattering. 30th AIAA Aerodynamic Measurement Technology and Ground Testing Conference June Rayleigh scattering provides a direct nonintrusive method for density measurement, which is of particular interest in aeroacoustics.

However, two major concerns arise linked to the use of photomultipliers. First, the detection of photon flux is corrupted by the presence of dust particles in the flow.the use of molecular Rayleigh scattering for flow diagnostics. A description of the optical setup and free jet facility will then be given, followed by the results obtained in subsonic flow, in an underexpanded screeching jet, and in Mach and Mach flow from a converging-diverging nozzle.

THEORY Rayleigh scattering.