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Application of Two-Photon Laser-Induced Fluorescence for Single-Shot Visualization of Carbon Monoxide in a Spark Ignited Engine
Volume 61, Number 1 (Jan. 2007) Page 1-5
Richter, M.; Li, Z.S.; Aldén, M.
Carbon monoxide detection through the use of two-photon laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) has been investigated for engine diagnostics applications. Two-dimensional single-shot LIF imaging of CO was achieved in a spark ignited (SI) engine. The interference from C2 and photolysis of hot CO2 was found to be negligible through the spectrally and spatially resolved measurements.