Vibrational energy transfer rate studies in shock-heated carbon dioxide-helium mixtures by infrared emissions and tuned-laser absorption
Institute for Plasma Research and Dept. of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University, 1974 - Energy transfer - 84 pages
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15 u emission 4.3 u emission assumption average Chem computed corresponding mode detector determined DIFFRACTION GRATING Eckstrom experimental scatter experiments exponential time constant Fermi resonance frustrum fundamental band high temperatures incident shock infrared emission intensity of spontaneous laser absorption laser-schlieren low temperatures Matsui mixtures MODE IN 90 molecular molecule optical optical cavity oscilloscope photodetectors Phys present study pressure probability per collision quantum number radiation rate equations relaxation profile relaxation region Rosser and Gerry seen in Fig semilog graph semilog plots shock speed shock tube shocked gas shown in Fig signal-to-noise ratio Simpson and Chandler solutions specific heat spontaneous emission standard deviation Stanford strong V-V coupling temperature range test station THEORETICAL EMISSION PROFILES tion tional translational temperature typical emission history Typical emission traces v_ mode V-T relaxation V-V energy V-V process V-V rate constants V-V reaction v01 mode vibrational levels vibrational modes vibrational relaxation vibrational temperature wavelength