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Planar laser-induced fluorescence (PLIF) is an optical diagnostic technique widely used in fluid applications.
PLIF is a well-established tool for flow visualization as well as for quantitative whole-field measurements of concentration in gaseous flows. Applications can be found in fluid dynamics research, combustion diagnostics and more.
By adding a fluorescent tracer species (e.g. acetone) to a non-fluorescent fuel or gas, visualization of the gas phase mixing as well as quantitative concentration measurements can be made by means of LIF. One wide spread application is fuel visualization in development of combustion engines, where LIF allows for diagnostics of the pre-combustion as well as the combustion process to be made.
Dantec Dynamics’ powerful yet easy-to-use system dedicated for gas phase tracer-LIF enables investigations of properties such as:
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Planar laser-induced fluorescence (planar-LIF) is an optical measuring technique used to measure instant whole-field concentration or temperature maps in liquid flows. Read More
Read more on the general scientific aspects of the planar-LIF technique in the publication by Papadopoulos G. and Guillard F. (2003) Read More