Towards a Time Stable Fiber Optic Sensors for Harsh Environments
An optical fiber sensor in a nuclear environment is an appealing technology as optical sensors are immune to electromagnetic interference and they offer a simple way to carry sensing signal out of the harsh environment in the form of light. In this paper, we design a reflective long period grating (LPG) that can perform in a nuclear environment and show the effects of coating length and coverage on reflected spectrum for the first time.
Rana, Sohel; Badamchi, Bahareh; Joshi, Binay; Daw, Joshua; Calderoni, Pattrick; Smith, James; . . . and Kandadai, Nirmala. (2019). "Towards a Time Stable Fiber Optic Sensors for Harsh Environments". 11th Nuclear Plant Instrumentation, Control, and Human-Machine Interface Technologies, NPIC and HMIT 2019, 581-587.
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