This paper demonstrates the feasibility of simultaneously making velocity and temperature measurements by the combined use of a laser Doppler velocimeter and coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering. The test area and control room were separated to avoid hostile surroundings in the combustion area. Data on probability density functions of velocity and temperature are given for reacting flows around a bluff-body flame stabilizer.

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