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|Title: ||Fiber Bragg grating cavity sensor for simultaneous measurement of strain and temperature|
|Authors: ||Du, Wei-chong|
|Subjects: ||Fiber Bragg grating|
Simultaneous measurement of strain and temperature
|Issue Date: ||Jan-1999 |
|Citation: ||IEEE photonics technology letters, v. 11, no.1, Jan. 1999, p. 105-ajd 1999, p. 105-107.|
|Abstract: ||A novel and short (5 mm long) fiber grating based sensor with a fiber grating Fabry–Perot cavity (GFPC) structure was fabricated and tested for simultaneous measurement of strain and temperature. The sensor exhibits unique properties that it possesses two spectral peaks within its main reflection band and the normalized peak power difference, in addition to its peak wavelength shift, changes linearly with strain or temperature. The accuracy of this particular sensor in measuring strain and
temperature are estimated to be ±30 με in a range from 0 to 3000 με and ±0.4 ℃ from 20 ℃ to 60 ℃, respectively.|
|Description: ||DOI: 10.1109/68.736409|
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