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( a ) Visible-light image (DSC_0959) obtained during tests at 500 suns. ( b...
Published Online: May 15, 2024
Fig. 6 ( a ) Visible-light image (DSC_0959) obtained during tests at 500 suns. ( b ) Thermogram (200904_120602/ir_data_0001) collected during tests at 500 suns. Inlet particle temperature ∼430 °C and outlet particle temperature ∼441 °C. Data collected: 12:06; September 4, 2020. More about this image found in ( a ) Visible-light image (DSC_0959) obtained during tests at 500 suns. ( b...
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The images are adjusted so the flow of particles is to the positive side of...
Published Online: May 15, 2024
Fig. 7 The images are adjusted so the flow of particles is to the positive side of the X -axis. The blue (vertical, near the top of the image) line denotes the top, the green line (vertical, lower left) is the bottom, the orange line (inclined, near the bottom of the image) is the East side and t... More about this image found in The images are adjusted so the flow of particles is to the positive side of...
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Opacity estimated from visible-light image captured at 10:59 a.m. on Septem...
Published Online: May 15, 2024
Fig. 11 Opacity estimated from visible-light image captured at 10:59 a.m. on September 4, 2020. The calculations show the values of the opacity at discrete positions along the vertical flow path of the image. Average plume opacity of 1.43%. More about this image found in Opacity estimated from visible-light image captured at 10:59 a.m. on Septem...
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Pixel temperature estimated from thermogram sets captured at 10:59 a.m. on ...
Published Online: May 15, 2024
Fig. 12 Pixel temperature estimated from thermogram sets captured at 10:59 a.m. on September 4, 2020. The calculations show the values of the pixel temperature at discrete positions along the vertical flow path of the thermogram. The error bars represent one standard deviation from the mean value.... More about this image found in Pixel temperature estimated from thermogram sets captured at 10:59 a.m. on ...
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Particle temperature estimated using the methodology presented by Ortega et...
Published Online: May 15, 2024
Fig. 13 Particle temperature estimated using the methodology presented by Ortega et al. [ 13 , 16 ]. The average particle temperature of 402.7 °C. The error bars represent one standard deviation from the mean value calculated based on the radiation balance equation. More about this image found in Particle temperature estimated using the methodology presented by Ortega et...
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( a ) The instantaneous particle egress rate for the first individual captu...
Published Online: May 15, 2024
Fig. 15 ( a ) The instantaneous particle egress rate for the first individual capture on the data set was estimated to be 23.9 g/s. ( b ) The instantaneous particle heat loss rate for the first individual capture on the data set was estimated to be 9.3 kW. These plots correspond to Case 1 in Table... More about this image found in ( a ) The instantaneous particle egress rate for the first individual captu...
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( a ) Particle temperature estimated using the methodology developed. The a...
Published Online: May 15, 2024
Fig. 16 ( a ) Particle temperature estimated using the methodology developed. The average particle temperature of 402.7 °C. The error bars represent one standard deviation from the mean. ( b ) Time-series plots for particle egress rate and particle heat losses during the 2 min of data collected. T... More about this image found in ( a ) Particle temperature estimated using the methodology developed. The a...
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( a ) Time-series plots for advective heat losses during the 2 min of data ...
Published Online: May 15, 2024
Fig. 17 ( a ) Time-series plots for advective heat losses during the 2 min of data collected. Average particle heat loss ∼1.4 kW. ( b ) The average advective heat loss (i.e., particles and air within the plume) for the entire data set was estimated to be 49.7 kW. More about this image found in ( a ) Time-series plots for advective heat losses during the 2 min of data ...