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|Title: ||Strain and temperature sensors using multimode optical fiber Bragg gratings and correlation signal processing|
|Authors: ||Lim, J|
|Keywords: ||Bragg grating|
|Publication Date: ||2002|
|Citation: ||IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement 51(4): 622-627, Aug 2002|
|Abstract: ||Multimode fiber optic Bragg grating sensors for
strain and temperature measurements using correlation signal processing methods have been developed. Two multimode Bragg grating sensors were fabricated in 62/125 m graded-index silica
multimode fiber; the first sensor was produced by the holographic method and the second sensor by the phase mask technique. The sensors have signal reflectivity of approximately 35% at peak
wavelengths of 835 nm and 859 nm, respectively.
Strain testing of both sensors has been done from 0 to 1000 με and the temperature testing from 40 to 80°C. Strain and temperature sensitivity values are 0.55 pm/με and 6 pm/°C, respectively.
The sensors are being applied in a power-by-light hydraulic valve monitoring system.|
|Appears in Collections:||School of Engineering and Design Research papers|
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