dr. G.G.M.Stoffels

 

Laser diagnostic techniques in combustion processes

Name: Dr. G.G.M. Stoffels

Laboratory of Thermal Engineering
Faculty of Engineering 
University of Twente 
P.O. Box 217, 
7500 AE Enschede 
The Netherlands 
Phone: +31 53 489 4094
Fax: +31 53 489 3663 
Email:
g.g.m.stoffels@utwente.nl 

Education:

1988-1994:

MSc Physics, Division of Molecule and Laser Physics at the University of Nijmegen
Title MSc thesis: Twee foton spectroscopie aan hoog aangeslagen electronische toestanden van OH en andere radicalen.


1994-1999:

PhD Physics, Division of Applied Physics at the University of Nijmegen,  
Title Thesis:
Nitric oxide in a diesel engine: laser-based detection and interpretation
Promotor: Prof. Dr. J.J. ter Meulen

Employment history:

1994-1999: Phd student at the Applied Physics divison of the University of Nijmegen.
1999-2000: Post doc position at the section Thermal and Fluids Sciences of the
Delft University of Technology
1996- : Associate professor at the  laboratory of Thermal Engineering of the University of Twente. 
 

Current research projects: 

Heat transfer in oscillating fluids

Publications

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Nitric oxide in a diesel engine: laser-based detection and interpretation.
Genie Stoffels, thesis, University of Nijmegen (1999).

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Generation of 224 nm radiation by stimulated Raman scattering of ArF excimer laser radiation in a mixture of H_2/D_2.
G.G.M. Stoffels, P. Schmidt, N. Dam and J.J. ter Meulen,
Applied Optics,
36, 6797-6801 (1997).

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Imaging and post-processing of laser-induced fluorescence from NO in a diesel engine.
Th.M. Brugman, G.G.M. Stoffels, N. Dam, W.L. Meerts and J.J. ter Meulen,
Applied Physics B,
64, 717-724 (1997).

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In-cylinder measurements of NO in a running diesel engine by means of LIF diagnostics.
G.G.M. Stoffels, Th.M. Brugman, C.M.I. Spaanjaars, N. Dam, W.L. Meerts and J.J. ter Meulen,
in Challenges in Propellants and Combustion, 100 Years After Nobel,
Fourth International Symposium on Special Topics in Chemical Propulsion,
Begell house, New York, pp. 972-982 (1997).

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Imaging of an underexpanded nozzle flow by UV laser Rayleigh scattering.
N.J. Dam, M. Rodenburg, R.A.L. Tolboom, G.G.M. Stoffels, P.M. Huisman-Kleinherenbrink and J.J. ter Meulen,
Experiments in Fluids,
24, 93-101 (1998).

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In-cylinder measurements of NO formation in a diesel engine.
G.G.M. Stoffels, E.J. van den Boom, C.M.I. Spaanjaars, N. Dam, W.L. Meerts, J.J. ter Meulen, J.C.L. Duff and D.J. Rickeard,
SAE paper no. 1999-01-1487 (1999).

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Laser diagnostics of nitric oxide inside a DI two-stroke diesel engine.
G.G.M. Stoffels, E.J. van den Boom, C.M.I. Spaanjaars, N. Dam, W.L. Meerts and J.J. ter Meulen,
to be published in Laser Techniques Applied to Fluid Mechanics,
Selected Papers from the 9th International Symposium, Lissabon, Portugal, 13-16 July, 1998,
Springer Verlag, Berlin (1999).

·

Methods to correct planar LIF distributions for local non-uniform laser attenuation.
G.G.M. Stoffels, S. Stoks, N. Dam and J.J. ter Meulen,
Applied Optics,
39, 5547-5559 (2000).

·

Diffusion flame structure of HNF sandwiches.
G.G.M. Stoffels, D.J.E.M. Roekaerts, J. Louwers, G.M.H.J.L. Gadiot,
to be published in Combustion of energetic materials,
Fifth International Symposium on Special Topics in Chemical Propulsion,
Begell house, New York (2000).

·

Dieselspectroscopie: een landkaart van de chaos.
Genie Stoffels, Nico Dam
Natuur & Techniek 68-5, 58-63, mei 2000.