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  • Vol. 32, Iss. 30 — Oct. 20, 1993
  • pp: 6090–6103

Laser diode wavelength-modulation spectroscopy for simultaneous measurement of temperature, pressure, and velocity in shock-heated oxygen flows

Louis C. Philippe and Ronald K. Hanson  »View Author Affiliations


Applied Optics, Vol. 32, Issue 30, pp. 6090-6103 (1993)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1364/AO.32.006090


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Abstract

Wavelength modulation at 10 MHz of an AlGaAs laser diode, superposed on repetitive linear scans of wavelength, is applied to measure second-harmonic absorption line shapes of oxygen in the A band. Theoretical expressions of the harmonic line shapes, including the effect of laser amplitude modulation and varying modulation depth, are presented. A least-squares fit of the experimental line shapes to theoretical second-harmonic line shapes permits simultaneous determination of the temperature and the pressure. The use of high-repetition-rate (10-kHz) linear scans of the studied wavelength region permits application of the technique to high-speed unidimensional transient flows generated in a shock tube; velocity is derived from the Doppler shift of the absorption profiles.

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Original Manuscript: December 23, 1991
Published: October 20, 1993

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Louis C. Philippe and Ronald K. Hanson, "Laser diode wavelength-modulation spectroscopy for simultaneous measurement of temperature, pressure, and velocity in shock-heated oxygen flows," Appl. Opt. 32, 6090-6103 (1993)
http://www.opticsinfobase.org/ao/abstract.cfm?URI=ao-32-30-6090


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