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All-fiber quasi-distributed polarimetric temperature sensor
Denis Đonlagić, Miran Lešič, 2006, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper presents an all-fiber design of a quasi-distributed polarimetric temperature sensor array that utilizes commercially available single polarization and high birefringence fibers. The modulation depth of temperature induced loss and the operational temperature range of individual sensors in the network are set by the rotational alignment of fibers before fusion splicing and through fine adjustment of the sensing fiber lengths. A practical sensor network was built with sensors that operated in the temperature range from 0 to 100 C. Individual sensors in the network generatedtemperature dependent loss that changed proportionally from 0.9 to 1.8 dB. With current standard telecommunication OTDRs, more than 20 prototype sensors could be interrogated.
Keywords: fiber optics, sensors, temperature measurements, polarization, alignement, birefringence, polarization maintaining
Published: 31.05.2012; Views: 1117; Downloads: 15
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Structure-properties relations of the drawn poly(ethylene terephthalate) filament sewing thread
Andreja Rudolf, Majda Sfiligoj-Smole, 2008, original scientific article

Abstract: This article presents research into draw ratio influence on the structure-properties relationship of drawn PET filament threads. Structural modification influence due to the drawing conditions, i.e., the birefringence and filament crystallinity, on the mechanical properties was investigated, as well as the shrinkage and dynamic mechanical properties of the drawn threads. Increasing draw ratio causes a linear increase in the birefringence, degree of crystallinity, filament shrinkage, and a decrease in the loss modulus. In addition, loss tangent and glass transition temperature, determined at the loss modulus peak, were increased by drawing. The observed structural changes influence the thread's mechanical properties, i.e., the breaking tenacity, elasticity modulus, and tension at the yield point increase, while breaking extension decreases by a higher draw ratio.
Keywords: PET sewing thread, drawing, birefringence, DSC, DMA, mechanical properties
Published: 31.05.2012; Views: 911; Downloads: 12
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Fiber-optic sensors for measurements of torsion, twist and rotation
Vedran Budinski, Denis Đonlagić, 2017, review article

Abstract: Optical measurement of mechanical parameters is gaining significant commercial interest in different industry sectors. Torsion, twist and rotation are among the very frequently measured mechanical parameters. Recently, twist/torsion/rotation sensors have become a topic of intense fiber-optic sensor research. Various sensing concepts have been reported. Many of those have different properties and performances, and many of them still need to be proven in out-of-the laboratory use. This paper provides an overview of basic approaches and a review of current state-of-the-art in fiber optic sensors for measurements of torsion, twist and/or rotation.
Keywords: fiber optic sensors, twist sensors, rotation sensors, circular birefringence, linear birefringence, FBG, polarization, optical fibers, Fiber Bragg Gratings
Published: 22.06.2017; Views: 170; Downloads: 15
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