Experimental investigations of injection, mixing, and reaction processes in supersonic flow applications [Elektronische Ressource] / by Jaechul Chun
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Experimental investigations of injection, mixing, and reaction processes in supersonic flow applications [Elektronische Ressource] / by Jaechul Chun

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Experimental Investigations of Injection, Mixing, andReaction Processes in Supersonic Flow ApplicationsA thesis accepted by the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering and Geodesy of theUniversitat Stuttgart in partial fullment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor ofEngineering Sciences (Dr.-Ing.)byM.Sc. Jaechul Chunborn in Uiryoung, Repulic of KoreaMain Referee : Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jens von WolfersdorfCo-Referee: Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Franz JoosDate of Defense: 24. April, 2009Institute of Aerospace ThermodynamicsUniversitat Stuttgart2009D93AcknowledgementEverything in life can’t be done by a single man. Similarly this work was not achieved onlyby me. There were many people who helped, supported, and loved me. It is my delightfuland happy duty to gure out them and to give them appreciation with my whole heart.I’d like to at rst thank greatly my "Doktorvater" Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jens von Wolfersdorf.His kindness showing to me at the rst contact letter continued to the last. He helped meland softly on life and work in Germany and gave me important chances to explore scienticworld at the Institute of Aerospace Thermodynamics (ITLR). Without his constant interestwith my work and insightful advice, I could not nish this dissertation. He was really likea father to me.I owe special thanks to Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Bernhard Weigand who allowed me to jointhis wonderful research group and gave me excellent academic opportunities.

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Experimental Investigations of Injection, Mixing, and
Reaction Processes in Supersonic Flow Applications
A thesis accepted by the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering and Geodesy of the
Universitat Stuttgart in partial fullment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of
Engineering Sciences (Dr.-Ing.)
by
M.Sc. Jaechul Chun
born in Uiryoung, Repulic of Korea
Main Referee : Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jens von Wolfersdorf
Co-Referee: Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Franz Joos
Date of Defense: 24. April, 2009
Institute of Aerospace Thermodynamics
Universitat Stuttgart
2009D93Acknowledgement
Everything in life can’t be done by a single man. Similarly this work was not achieved only
by me. There were many people who helped, supported, and loved me. It is my delightful
and happy duty to gure out them and to give them appreciation with my whole heart.
I’d like to at rst thank greatly my "Doktorvater" Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jens von Wolfersdorf.
His kindness showing to me at the rst contact letter continued to the last. He helped me
land softly on life and work in Germany and gave me important chances to explore scientic
world at the Institute of Aerospace Thermodynamics (ITLR). Without his constant interest
with my work and insightful advice, I could not nish this dissertation. He was really like
a father to me.
I owe special thanks to Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Bernhard Weigand who allowed me to join
this wonderful research group and gave me excellent academic opportunities. The friendly
but intelligent working environment at ITLR might come from him.
A sincere gratitude goes to Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Franz Joos, director of Energy Tech-
nique at the Helmut-Schmidt Universitat, for his willingness to review this dissertation.
I thank all sta s from mechanical and electrical workshops of ITLR for their technical
supports. In addition, I have to appreciate to all colleagues at ITLR for successful collabo-
ration. My former oce-mate Dr.-Ing. Harald Kissel shall be specially memorized. During
my ve years’ stay at ITLR, he was always a nice guide to Germany. The life therein
would be dry without his humor, warmth, and kindness. Great thanks should be also sent
to Dipl.-Ing. Tobias Scheuermann for his productive and pleasant co-work.
The investigation of TEOS mixing using PLIF technique was performed in close coop-
eration with Dipl.-Chem. My Yen Luong and Prof. Dr. rer.-nat. Christof Schulz of the
Institute of Combustion and Gasdynamics (IVG) at the Duisburg-Essen Universitat. The
IVG provided the measurement equipment as applied to the ITLR test environment. The
experimental data was taken together in several measurement campaigns. This cooperative
research work was very constructive and the experience of Ms. Luong and Prof. Schulz
invaluable. I would like to thank them very much as they agreed kindly to use the common
experimental data for this dissertation.
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