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Optical fibre sensors for earth sciences: From basic concepts to optimising glass composition for high temperature applications

Optical fibre sensors for earth sciences: From basic concepts to optimising glass composition for high temperature applications
Optical fibre sensors for earth sciences: From basic concepts to optimising glass composition for high temperature applications
This paper reviews the technical evolution of optical fibre sensors relevant to earth sciences with particular reference to high temperature measurements. Optimisation of fibre composition and system design to fully realise the potential of these sensors has led to the substantial advances in both distributed and point sensor systems. Applications of these sensors in the field of earth sciences are discussed to provide a deeper understanding of the potential for monitoring geodynamical and chemical processes in areas of high seismic and volcanic risk.
Optical fibre sensors, Glass composition, High temperature applications
0143-8166
215-232
Brambilla, G.
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Kee, H.H.
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Pruneri, V.
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Newson, T.P.
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Brambilla, G.
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Kee, H.H.
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Pruneri, V.
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Brambilla, G., Kee, H.H., Pruneri, V. and Newson, T.P. (2002) Optical fibre sensors for earth sciences: From basic concepts to optimising glass composition for high temperature applications. Optics and Lasers in Engineering, 37 (2-3), 215-232. (doi:10.1016/S0143-8166(01)00096-3).

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This paper reviews the technical evolution of optical fibre sensors relevant to earth sciences with particular reference to high temperature measurements. Optimisation of fibre composition and system design to fully realise the potential of these sensors has led to the substantial advances in both distributed and point sensor systems. Applications of these sensors in the field of earth sciences are discussed to provide a deeper understanding of the potential for monitoring geodynamical and chemical processes in areas of high seismic and volcanic risk.

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Published date: 2002
Keywords: Optical fibre sensors, Glass composition, High temperature applications

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Local EPrints ID: 13814
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/13814
ISSN: 0143-8166
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Date deposited: 18 Jan 2005
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