Soot particle size and concentration determination from a kerosene/gaseous oxygen rocket plume
Silva, Silvino L. C.
Netzer, David W.
Brophy, Christopher M.
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An experimental investigation was conducted to measure soot properties and concentration, and infrared signature of the plume of a kerosene/gaseous oxygen rocket motor. Multiple-wavelength measurements were used to obtain soot parameters. It was found that the multiple-wavelength technique appeared to work well for obtaining soot properties and concentration. The results implied that the soot particulate was very porous for the most fuel-rich conditions and became more compact as the 0/F ratio increased
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