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Fiber optic sensor technology and applications III

Fiber optic sensor technology and applications III

26-28 October 2004, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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Published by SPIE in Bellingham, WA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMichael A. Marcus, Brian Culshaw, John P. Dakin, chairs/editors ; sponsored and published by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ; technical cosponsor, IEICE Communications Society (Japan) ; in cooperation with IEICE ELectronics Society (Japan).
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LC ClassificationsTA
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Paginationviii, 346 p. :
Number of Pages346
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22613536M
ISBN 100819455423

Fiber Optic Sensors are available at Mouser Electronics. Mouser offers inventory, pricing, & datasheets for Fiber Optic Sensors. Fiber Optic Sensor: A fiber optic sensor is a sensing device that uses fiber optic technology for measuring physical quantities such as temperature, pressure, strain, voltages and acceleration, to name a few. In particular, it uses an optical fiber as the sensing element, called an intrinsic sensor, or uses it to transport signals from the.

3. A new, extensive chapter has been added covering fiber optic grating sensor technology and its application to aerospace, civil structures, oil and gas and power generating applications. 4. A second new chapter has been added on the emerging field of biomedical fiber optic sensors.3/5(1). Introduction to fiber optic sensors 3 technology associated with the optoelectronics and fiber optic communications industries, have fascinated the researchers and tantalized the application engineers for over thirty years. Many components associated with optical fiber communications and optoelectronic industries have been developed for optical.

Author(s): John W. Berthold III Show Abstract The objective ofthis work was to demonstrate the feasibility ofusing fiber Optic Bragg grating sensors (BGS) to measure axial and bending strain in pipes. Feature open Sensing Trouble: Fiber-Optics in Civil Engineering. Lynn Savage. A wave of new fiber-optic sensing techniques takes advantage of the sensitivity of telecom-grade fiber optics to stress, strain, temperature and other factors in order to ensure the long-term safety of civil structures.


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