Publications and responsibilities
In-situ investigation of an artificial designed ∑27 grain boundary and dislocations during directional solidification of silicon
Development of an advanced imaging technique for dynamic emulsion stability
SiNG: Medium scale experiments
In-situ gas monitoring by laser induced fluorescence spectroscopy
Monitoring of silicon suboxide activity is an important parameter in experiments relevant for silicon metal production. In previous work a reactor with optical access to the reaction zone, by use of a sequence of sapphire, UV fused silica and IR transparent sapphire and CaF2 windows, was designed...
In-Situ Gas Monitoring by Emission Spectroscopy
In-situ gas monitoring by emission spectroscopy
Off-gas monitoring of experimental reactors give little information about intermediate reaction products and reflect chemical equilibria at reduced gas temperatures. A reactor design with optical access was designed and tested in order to be able to qualify and quantify gaseous species from their...
DECOMPOSITION OF METHANE DURING OXIDE REDUCTION WITH NATURAL GAS
The decomposition of methane has been studied experimentally in contact with various oxides at elevated temperatures. For each oxide, the temperature at which the cracking starts has been determined. No correlation was found to exist between the temperature for the onset of cracking for a given...