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29 October 1998 Fiber optic pressure sensor using a fiber Bragg grating
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Abstract
A Fiber Optic Pressure Sensor utilizing a Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) as a sensing element has been demonstrated. In the experiment, a broad band LED source with a wavelength range of 1520 nm to 1570 nm was launched into a single mode optical fiber within which the FBG was written. With no applied force, the fiber grating reflects light strongly at a wavelength of 1549.92nm. When the FBG was subjected to a range of forces (from 0.0N to 18.0N), applied perpendicularly to its axis, the reflected light from the FBG was found to be wavelength shifted in proportion to the applied force, but in a non- linear manner. The shift in wavelength is detected using fiber Fabry-Perot interferometric technique. With the FBG embedded in carbon fiber material, the test results showed an excellent linear relationship between the wavelength shift and the applied force (pressure). In addition, force sensing range of up to 60N was obtained with the pressure sensor still remaining in good condition.
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Chuan Swee Tjin, Jianzhong Hao, and Rahul Malik "Fiber optic pressure sensor using a fiber Bragg grating", Proc. SPIE 3429, Current Developments in Optical Design and Engineering VII, (29 October 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.328535
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