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chapter 5 turbulent diffusion flames - FedOA

chapter 5 turbulent diffusion flames - FedOA

6.2 EXPERIMENTAL

6.2 EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE AND RESULT Laser induced emission spectra and temperature have been measured vertically for different heights above the burner surface to follow the flame evolution, point A of the experimental lay out reported in figure 6.1. The flame emission signals of OH at 305 nm has been detected to measure the OH concentration along the flame axis. Combustion products Burner Lens ICCD Camera Probe position for DMA and water-based sampling technique Chimney Burner Point A Delay Generetor Boiler Fig. 6.1 Experimental configurations. 102 Point B Lens Nd:YAG Laser Chimney PC Point C A water-based sampling technique has been used to collect fine organic aerosol emitted at the exhaust of the home heating burners operated in free atmosphere, point B in figure 6.1, and in commercial boilers, point C in figure 6.1. Combustion products, sampled by a probe in the exhaust pipe, are cooled in order to condense combustion water and drawn through a reservoir containing deionised water, placed in an ice bath. This type of sampling procedure allows the collection of very small organic carbon aerosol

which have more affinity with water respect to soot (Sgrò et al. 2001). Water samples, put in a standard 1 cm path-length quartz cell, have been analyzed by light absorption and UV-induced fluorescence measurements. The light absorption spectra were recorded using a deuterium lamp in the 200-500 nm wavelength region. The fluorescence spectra were preformed in this case by using the forth harmonic (λ=266 nm) of a Nd:YAG pulsed laser with a pulse duration of 7 ns. The size distribution functions of the particles in the exhaust pipe have been determined by SMPS technique. On-line standard measurements have been also performed on the exhaust gases for the determination of the concentrations of, unburned hydrocarbons and NOx. CO2 measurements have been used for the determination of exhaust gas dilution in the exhaust pipe. 6.3.1 IN-SITU MEASUREMENTS Temperature, OH emission and Laser Induced Emission measurements have been performed along the axis of the two premixed flame burners at two loads, namely 8 kW and 16 kW, changing the excess air fed to the burner from the stoichiometric conditions (0 % excess air) to 31 % excess air. Figure 6.2 reports the OH and OC nanoparticles concentration profiles measured along the axis of the knitted metal fibre burner fuelled with methane at 16 kW and 0% excess air. OH emission (in arbitrary units in the graph) reaches a maximum close to the burner exit and decreases to the equilibrium value in 10 mm from the burner surface. Maximum OH concentration is well correlated with the maximum temperature measured in the flame and is representative of the main oxidation region of the flame. Close to the burner exit, a 8 fluorescence signal (LIF) has also been measured and reported in fig.6.2 in terms of volume fraction of OC by the use of the previously described calibration procedure. It is initially very low and sharply increases reaching a maximum value at 20 mm, i.e. just downstream of the flame front. 103

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