Tag Archives: Combustion

New Polarized-Depolarized Measurement Capability Extends Use of Raman/Rayleigh Methods to More Flame Types

New Polarized-Depolarized Measurement Capability Extends Use of Raman/Rayleigh Methods to More Flame Types

By Robert Barlow Allowing single-shot measurements of all major species in nonsooting flames of simple fuels, such as H2 and […]

CRF Article Chosen by The Journal of Chemical Physics to Commemorate 80th Anniversary

CRF Article Chosen by The Journal of Chemical Physics to Commemorate 80th Anniversary

A 2012 article by CRF researchers David Chandler and the late Kevin Strecker, “Dual-etalon frequency-comb cavity ringdown spectrometer” was chosen […]

Two CRF Papers Named Distinguished for 34th International Symposium on Combustion

Two papers by CRF researchers have been named Distinguished Papers for the 34th International Symposium on Combustion. “Synchrotron photoionization measurements […]