In the case of toluene Laser induced fluorescence (LIF) thermometry, the strategies that were chosen were one-colour and two-colour detection. Both have simultaneously were been used to compare each strategy’s to resolve the thermal gradient accurately amid an engine cycle which has transparent IC chamber. High speed toluene LIF measurement was used to take thermal images and were joined with the particle image velocimetry. The combined flow data scattered Mie photos encourage the contrast between strategy of toluene LIF detection. Near the end of compression because of uncertainties the thermal photos of two colour couldn’t be taken. We observe that there were huge contrast between the one and two colour strategy during expansion process it might due to heterogeneity of the combustion chamber. Toluene condensation happens amid the extension and exhaust stroke and causes local blend portion heterogeneities in the ignition chamber. Fluid toluene is in contact with strong surfaces and cleft of the burning chamber and can dissipate amid pressure or development causing both nearby temperature and blend stratification. This work shows the upside of fast imaging and utilization of numerous picture diagnostics to uncover the improvement of common temperature and blend stratification in a motored IC motor. This work likewise recommends that regular temperature stratification ordinarily respected from gas-divider warm exchange may likewise be caused by fluid bead dissipation on strong surfaces. Such wonder, in any case, is required to be appropriate for all cutting edge motor working frameworks.