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High Pressure Sensor Based on Fiber Bragg Grating and Carbon Fiber Laminated Composite

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A simple anisotropic structure made by carbon fiber laminated composite for fabricating a high pressure sensor is reported. A pressure sensor with good sensitivity over a broad measurement range is fabricated by using fiber Bragg grating and the anisotropic carbon fiber laminated composite structure. The characteristic responses of pressure and temperature of the new pressure sensor are analyzed. Experimental data show that when the pressure changes from 0 to 70 MPa, the wavelength shift of the fiber Bragg grating pressure sensor is up to 7 nm, corresponding to a sensitivity of 10 kPa/pm.

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Sensors Journal, IEEE  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 10 )