5 February 1990 Polarimetric Fibre Optic Structural 'Strain Sensor Characterisation
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Abstract
A polarimetric sensor using high birefringent optic fibre is used to measure strain on the surface of a cantilevered beam. Localization of the sensor is accomplished with either a dual 45° splice or a single 45° splice with mirrored endface. Quadrature signal recovery is obtained using a dual wavelength approach. The sensor's performance characteristics are compared with those of an equivalent fibre optic interferometer. Applications of the polarimetric sensor are then discussed.
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W. Dayle Hogg, W. Dayle Hogg, Roderick D. Turner, Roderick D. Turner, R. M. Measures, R. M. Measures, } "Polarimetric Fibre Optic Structural 'Strain Sensor Characterisation", Proc. SPIE 1170, Fiber Optic Smart Structures and Skins II, (5 February 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.963130; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.963130
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