12 January 2018 Analysis on the impact of FBG reflectance spectrum with different optical fiber connection in vacuum thermal environment
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To satisfy the application of fiber grating sensor technology in high vacuum thermal environment, FBG on sleeve compactly single model fiber with two typical different kind of connection such as fiber splicing and optical fiber connector are researched. Influence of the different connection to the characteristic of FBG reflectance spectrum in high vacuum thermal environment is analyzed and verified. First, experimental program of influence on FBG reflection spectrum characteristics is designed. Then, a hardware-in-the-loop detection platform is set up. Finally, the influence of temperature and vacuum on the reflection peak power of FBG with two typical different connections under high vacuum thermal environment is studied and verified. Experimental results indicate that: when vacuum varied from normal pressure to 10-4Pa level and then return to normal pressure, temperature of two different single-mode optical fiber connection dropped to -196 ̊C from room temperature and then returned to room temperature, after 224 hours, the peak power of the FBG reflectance spectrum did not change. It provided the experimental basis for the application of optical fiber sensing technology in high vacuum (pressure about 10-4Pa level) and thermal environment (-196 ̊C temperature cycle).
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Jingchuan Zhang, Jingchuan Zhang, Wen Zhang, Wen Zhang, Jianfeng Lv, Jianfeng Lv, Shuo Liang, Shuo Liang, Lei Wang, Lei Wang, Xiyuan Li, Xiyuan Li, } "Analysis on the impact of FBG reflectance spectrum with different optical fiber connection in vacuum thermal environment", Proc. SPIE 10621, 2017 International Conference on Optical Instruments and Technology: Optoelectronic Measurement Technology and Systems, 106210G (12 January 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2305395; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2305395

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