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Planarised optical fiber composite using flame hydrolysis deposition demonstrating an integrated FBG anemometer

Planarised optical fiber composite using flame hydrolysis deposition demonstrating an integrated FBG anemometer
Planarised optical fiber composite using flame hydrolysis deposition demonstrating an integrated FBG anemometer
This paper reports for the first time a planarised optical fiber composite formed using Flame Hydrolysis Deposition (FHD). As a way of format demonstration a Micro-Opto-Electro-Mechanical (MOEMS) hot wire anemometer is formed using micro-fabrication processing. The planarised device is rigidly secured to a silicon wafer using optical quality doped silica that has been deposited using flame hydrolysis and consolidated at high temperature. The resulting structure can withstand temperatures exceeding 580K and is sensitive enough to resolve free and forced convection interactions at low fluid velocity.
1094-4087
32150-32157
Holmes, Christopher
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Gates, James C.
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Smith, Peter G. R.
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Holmes, Christopher
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Gates, James C.
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Smith, Peter G. R.
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Holmes, Christopher, Gates, James C. and Smith, Peter G. R. (2014) Planarised optical fiber composite using flame hydrolysis deposition demonstrating an integrated FBG anemometer. Optics Express, 22 (26), 32150-32157. (doi:10.1364/OE.22.032150).

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Abstract

This paper reports for the first time a planarised optical fiber composite formed using Flame Hydrolysis Deposition (FHD). As a way of format demonstration a Micro-Opto-Electro-Mechanical (MOEMS) hot wire anemometer is formed using micro-fabrication processing. The planarised device is rigidly secured to a silicon wafer using optical quality doped silica that has been deposited using flame hydrolysis and consolidated at high temperature. The resulting structure can withstand temperatures exceeding 580K and is sensitive enough to resolve free and forced convection interactions at low fluid velocity.

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Published date: 29 December 2014
Organisations: Optoelectronics Research Centre, Photonic Systems Circuits & Sensors

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Local EPrints ID: 408839
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/408839
ISSN: 1094-4087
PURE UUID: 48ed4e8e-d5c3-4de0-8e17-895a3468f0d1
ORCID for James C. Gates: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-8671-5987

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Date deposited: 28 May 2017 04:03
Last modified: 29 Aug 2019 00:47

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