[Gasification] Fluidyne Update Photos.
arnt at c2i.net
Wed Dec 7 14:35:54 CST 2011
On Wed, 7 Dec 2011 11:28:14 -0500, Tom wrote in message
<E62E8279-F2D3-403A-B9B1-F508629A2024 at gmail.com>:
> The orange glow in the flame is incandescent carbon above 1000 C.
> So , in cool parts of the unburied gases you don't see the soot. But
> where there is a diffusion flame with air , it lights up.
> It would be interesting to view the flme/gas structure with infra red
..an even better and cheaper way to do that, is use an IR webcam,
also allows bonuses like pix 'n videos online. IR webcam recipes:
..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B36MGZVhpq8 shows how
to view gasification in IR etc at a safe distance... ;o)
..IME IR modded webcams see heat down to about 220oC/495K/430oF,
and if you can feel significant heat from a gasifier, you need
significant IR or grey filtering to avoid the big white-out.
..violet, blue etc gas flames are also fun in UV.
..pin hole lenses gives raw UVIR light, plastic and glass lenses
filter away some UV light. If you go UVIR, visible light is only
about 40% of the light into the sensor, UV is say 5% and IR 55%.
..much more at: http://www.google.com/search?q=IR+webcam+hack
..med vennlig hilsen = with Kind Regards from Arnt Karlsen
...with a number of polar bear hunters in his ancestry...
Scenarios always come in sets of three:
best case, worst case, and just in case.
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