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Development and Evaluation of a High-Resolution Turbine Pyrometer System

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Torsten Eggert, Bjoern Schenk, Helmut Pucher

Technical University Berlin, Institute of Combustion Engines, 10587 Berlin, Germany

J. Turbomach 124(3), 439-444 (Jul 10, 2002) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1452245 History: Received January 24, 2001; Online July 10, 2002
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Temperature measurement error due to unknown target emissivity
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Temperature measurement error due to environmental irradiation (TM=1000°C, ε=0.9)
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Mirror viewing access (indirect viewing method)
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Cooling scheme and optical probe head design
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Modular and flexible design of optical system
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Probe of the prototype pyrometer system
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Si-APD with temperature sensor and Peltier-cooler. 1: Temperature sensor, 2: detector element, 3: Peltier cooler.
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Schematic of signal processing system
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Temperature resolution of silicon-based detectors operating with a transimpedance amplifier
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Comparison of two different digital signal averaging methods
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Application of new pyrometer system to small gas turbine test bed
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Radial turbine rotor temperature distribution measured by two different pyrometer systems at 100,000 rpm and 900°C turbine inlet temperature
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Temperature distribution of axial turbine blades measured by two different pyrometer systems

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