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20 February 2018 Photonic crystal fiber sensing characteristics research based on alcohol asymmetry filling
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A new type of Sagnac fiber temperature sensor based on alcohol asymmetric filling photonic crystal fiber is proposed. First, the corrosion of photonic crystal fiber and the treatment of air hole collapse are carried out. Then, the asymmetric structure of photonic crystal fiber is filled with alcohol, and then the structure is connected to the Sagnac interference ring. When the temperature changes, the thermal expansion effect of filling alcohol will lead to the change of birefringence of photonic crystal fiber, so that the interference spectrum of the sensor will drift along with the change of temperature. The experimental results show that the interference red shift will occur with the increase of temperature, and the temperature sensitivity is 0.1864nm/ °C. The sensor has high sensitivity to temperature. At the same time, the structure has the advantages of high stability, anti electromagnetic interference and easy to build. It provides a new method for obtaining birefringence in ordinary photonic crystal fibers.
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Fu-quan Shi, Yan Luo, Hai-tao Li, and Bao-jin Peng "Photonic crystal fiber sensing characteristics research based on alcohol asymmetry filling", Proc. SPIE 10697, Fourth Seminar on Novel Optoelectronic Detection Technology and Application, 106973P (20 February 2018); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2315461
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