Abstract

One of the most important tools for the development of Diesel engines is the numerical simulation of the combustion processes. One of the key variables for such simulations is the liquid-phase temperature. The potential study of a fluorescence thermometer for Diesel spray investigations is discussed. Nonintrusive measurements of the liquid-phase temperature in a Diesel spray have been carried out for the first time to the author’s knowledge. The results are presented as two-dimensional temperature maps.

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