28 September 1994 Standards development for fiber optic spectroscopic components for adverse environments
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Optical fiber sensors are finding wider use in all types of applications involving adverse environments, including exposure to radiation. In order to effectively characterize and evaluate the performance of a fiber sensor system for a radiation environment, such as within a nuclear power plant or in a radioactive waste storage/disposal facility, it is beneficial to develop standard test procedures. Science & Engineering Associates (SEA) has developed two such procedures for the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) which address the testing of optical fibers for remote Raman spectroscopic and broadband sensor applications in a steady state radiation environment.
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Steven J. Saggese, Steven J. Saggese, Roger A. Greenwell, Roger A. Greenwell, } "Standards development for fiber optic spectroscopic components for adverse environments", Proc. SPIE 2290, Fiber Optic Materials and Components, (28 September 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.187427; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.187427
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