Investigation of Nonequilibrium Argon Condensation In Supersonic Jet By Mass-Spectrometry, Electron Diffraction and VUV Emission Spectroscopy
Even the first studies of VUV emission spectra from an electron excited supersonic argon jet discovered an important peculiarity, namely, a strong dependence of the jet spectrum composition and intensity on the stagnation pressure Po and temperature To (Fig.1).
KeywordsNozzle Exit Stagnation Pressure Heat Liberation Conical Nozzle Dime Signal
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