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Julia Walther ◽  
Jonas Golde ◽  
Marius Albrecht ◽  
Bryden Quirk ◽  
Loretta Scolaro ◽  

2021 ◽  
Vol 60 (12) ◽  
Wa Jin ◽  
Ming Xu ◽  
Linke Zhang ◽  
Xiang Zhang ◽  
Yuefeng Qi

2021 ◽  
Jyoti - ◽  
R. K. Verma

Abstract The present manuscript describes the theoretical understanding of nanoporous alumina based fiber optic sensing structures. The Cavity Maxwell Garnett theory is used to calculate the dielectric functions of the proposed layer. The performance of the proposed sensing structure is evaluated in terms of its sensitivity towards change in the refractive index of the nearby medium. The sharpness of the resonance has also been calculated as an estimation of the performance parameters. It has been observed that the proposed structure is approximately thirteen times more sensitive than the conventional fiber optic sensors. The study has further been extended by replacing the nanolayer of Alumium with the nanolayer of the gold. A comparative study has been provided in terms of the efficiency of the fiber optic probe. The effects of change in pore radius, thickness of the adsorbed medium and shell radius have also been studied.

2021 ◽  
Tianrui Zhao ◽  
Michelle T. Ma ◽  
Sebastien Ourselin ◽  
Tom Vercauteren ◽  
Wenfeng Xia

2021 ◽  
Alexa Hernandez ◽  
Reinher Pimentel-Domínguez ◽  
Juan Velez-Cordero ◽  
Juan Hernandez-Cordero

2021 ◽  
Revathy Sundara Moorthy ◽  
Rohini Rondla ◽  
M. Kavitha ◽  
P. Hima Bindu ◽  
Chand Pasha ◽  

Radhika K. Poduval ◽  
Joanna M. Coote ◽  
Charles A. Mosse ◽  
Malcolm C. Finlay ◽  
E. Desjardins ◽  

2020 ◽  
Vol 143 (1) ◽  
Patrick Nau ◽  
Simon Görs ◽  
Christoph Arndt ◽  
Benjamin Witzel ◽  
Torsten Endres

Abstract Wall temperature measurements with fiber coupled online phosphor thermometry were, for the first time, successfully performed in a full-scale H-class Siemens gas turbine combustor. Online wall temperatures were obtained during high-pressure combustion tests up to 8 bar at the Siemens Clean Energy Center (CEC) test facility. Since optical access to the combustion chamber with fibers being able to provide high laser energies is extremely challenging, we developed a custom-built measurement system consisting of a water-cooled fiber optic probe and a mobile measurement container. A suitable combination of chemical binder and thermographic phosphor was identified for temperatures up to 1800 K on combustor walls coated with a thermal barrier coating (TBC). To our knowledge, these are the first measurements reported with fiber coupled online phosphor thermometry in a full-scale high-pressure gas turbine combustor. Details of the setup and the measurement procedures will be presented. The measured signals were influenced by strong background emissions probably from CO*2 chemiluminescence. Strategies for correcting background emissions and data evaluation procedures are discussed. The presented measurement technique enables the detailed study of combustor wall temperatures and using this information an optimization of the gas turbine cooling design.

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