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Optical fibers for sensing

Optical fibers for sensing
Optical fibers for sensing
This handbook provides a complete, concise overview of optical measurement techniques, fiber optic sensors, and sensors based on integrated optics and micro-optics. For every aspect, the authors discuss the basic principles of operation, applications, and fabrication methods. It covers all major application areas, from environmental, chemical, biological, and medical sensors to military and industrial uses. It offers readers a firm basis for understanding similarities and differences between various kinds of sensors, as well as advantages, disadvantages and challenges associated with each technology.

Part III: Fiber Optic Sensors. Optical Fibers. Point Sensors: Intensity Sensors. Point Sensors: Interferometric Sensors. Point Sensors: Resonant Sensors. Point Sensors: Multiplexing of Point Sensors. Distributed Sensors. Fibre Bragg Grating (FBG) Sensors. Stand-Off Sensors (DIAL, Lidar, Laser Vibrometry metrology, etc.). Medical Fiber Sensing of Antigen-Tagged Proteins. Industrial Fiber Strain Gauge Sensors. Chemical Sensing using Absorption Spectroscopy. Two-Photon Florescence Microscopy. Laser Lidar Remote Sensing. Fiber Optic Sensors: Outlook and Future Direction.
9781439866856
CRC Press (Taylor and Francis group)
Petrovich, M.N.
bfe895a0-da85-4a40-870a-2c7bfc84a4cf
de Oliveira Santos, Jose Luis Campos
Farahi, Faramarz
Petrovich, M.N.
bfe895a0-da85-4a40-870a-2c7bfc84a4cf
de Oliveira Santos, Jose Luis Campos
Farahi, Faramarz

Petrovich, M.N. (2014) Optical fibers for sensing. In, de Oliveira Santos, Jose Luis Campos and Farahi, Faramarz (eds.) Handbook of Optical Sensors. London, GB. CRC Press (Taylor and Francis group).

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This handbook provides a complete, concise overview of optical measurement techniques, fiber optic sensors, and sensors based on integrated optics and micro-optics. For every aspect, the authors discuss the basic principles of operation, applications, and fabrication methods. It covers all major application areas, from environmental, chemical, biological, and medical sensors to military and industrial uses. It offers readers a firm basis for understanding similarities and differences between various kinds of sensors, as well as advantages, disadvantages and challenges associated with each technology.

Part III: Fiber Optic Sensors. Optical Fibers. Point Sensors: Intensity Sensors. Point Sensors: Interferometric Sensors. Point Sensors: Resonant Sensors. Point Sensors: Multiplexing of Point Sensors. Distributed Sensors. Fibre Bragg Grating (FBG) Sensors. Stand-Off Sensors (DIAL, Lidar, Laser Vibrometry metrology, etc.). Medical Fiber Sensing of Antigen-Tagged Proteins. Industrial Fiber Strain Gauge Sensors. Chemical Sensing using Absorption Spectroscopy. Two-Photon Florescence Microscopy. Laser Lidar Remote Sensing. Fiber Optic Sensors: Outlook and Future Direction.

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Published date: 25 September 2014
Organisations: Optoelectronics Research Centre

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Local EPrints ID: 361616
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/361616
ISBN: 9781439866856
PURE UUID: 3d486273-2e83-4fbf-bd3c-fd4888be6eb5
ORCID for M.N. Petrovich: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-3905-5901

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Date deposited: 29 Jan 2014 16:15
Last modified: 06 Mar 2019 01:35

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Author: M.N. Petrovich ORCID iD
Editor: Jose Luis Campos de Oliveira Santos
Editor: Faramarz Farahi

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