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Loop Topology Based White Light Interferometric Fiber Optic Sensor Network for Application of Perimeter Security
Libo YUAN, and Yongtao DONG
  • Publication Date: Sep. 15, 2011
  • Vol. 1 Issue 3 260 (2011)
Multi-Channel Monolithic Integrated Optic Fiber Bragg Grating Sensor Interrogator
Edgar A. MENDOZA, Yan ESTERKIN, Cornelia KEMPEN, and Zongjian SUN
Fiber Bragg grating (FBG) is a mature sensing technology for the measurement of strain, vibration, acoustics, acceleration, pressure, temperature, moisture, and corrosion. It has gained rapid acceptance in civil, aerospace, chemical and petrochemical, medicine, aviation and automotive industries. The most prominent adv
  • Publication Date: Sep. 15, 2011
  • Vol. 1 Issue 3 281 (2011)
Review on Recent Developments of Fluorescent Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Optical Fiber Sensors
Cheng-Shane CHU, Yu-Lung LO, and Ti-Wen SUNG
Oxygen and carbon dioxide sensors are involved in many chemical and biochemical reactions. Consequently, considerable efforts over years have been devoted to discover and improve suitable techniques for measuring gas concentrations by optical fiber sensors. Optical gas sensors consist of a gas-sensitive dye entrapped i
  • Publication Date: Sep. 15, 2011
  • Vol. 1 Issue 3 234 (2011)
Fiber-Optic Sensor Applications in Civil and Geotechnical Engineering
Wolfgang R. HABEL, and Katerina KREBBER
Different types of fiber-optic sensors based on glass or polymeric fibers are used to evaluate material behavior or to monitor the integrity and long-term stability of load-bearing structure components. Fiber-optic sensors have been established as a new and innovative measurement technology in very different fields, su
  • Publication Date: Sep. 15, 2011
  • Vol. 1 Issue 3 268 (2011)