Abstract

Single-shot, two-color, volumetric laser-induced fluorescence was demonstrated for three-dimensional (3D), tomographic imaging of the structural properties of the OH radical and temperature field in a turbulent hydrogen–air flame. Two narrowband laser sources were tuned to the Q1(5) and Q1(14) transitions of the (1,0) band in the A2ΣX2Π system and illuminated a volumetric region of the flame. Images from eight unique perspectives collected simultaneously from each of the two transitions were used to reconstruct overlapping OH fields with different Boltzmann fractions and map the 3D temperature distribution with nanosecond precision. Key strategies for minimizing sources of error, such as detector sensitivity and spatial overlap of the two fields, are discussed.

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