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Transverse load, static strain, temperature and vibration measurement using a cascaded FBG/EFPI/LPFG sensor system

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5 Author(s)
Xiangkai Zeng ; Depart. of Optoelectronic Eng., Chongqing Univ., China ; Yunjiang Rao ; Yiping Wang ; Zengling Ran
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We have demonstrated a novel technique for simultaneous measurement of static strain, temperature, vibration and transverse load for structural health monitoring using an integrated FBG/EFPI/LPFG sensor. Preliminary results show that this technique combines the advantages of the FBG, LPFG and low-coherence-interferometry, such as immune to EMI, high accuracy and resolution, small and compact sensor head, corrosion resistance etc. This sensor system is well-suited to health monitoring of large engineering structures, such as highways, bridges, buildings and aircrafts.

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Optical Fiber Sensors Conference Technical Digest, 2002. Ofs 2002, 15th

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10-10 May 2002