29 November 2011 Non-contact vibration sensor using bifurcated bundle glass fiber for real-time monitoring
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Proceedings Volume 8311, Optical Sensors and Biophotonics III; 83110P (2011) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.904566
Event: SPIE/OSA/IEEE Asia Communications and Photonics, 2011, Shanghai, China
Abstract
A fiber optic vibration sensor is demonstrated using bifurcated bundle fiber based on the principle of extrinsic displacement sensor. An IR source is used along with glass fibers to avoid the effect of stray light in sensing. The encapsulation of the sensor enables easy alignment, flexible handling and usage in harsh environments. The sensor is capable of measuring the frequencies up to 650Hz with vibration amplitude resolution of 10μm, enough to monitor the vibrations generated in heavy machines. The sensor is tested in the field to monitor the health condition of the diesel engine.
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K. Putha, K. Putha, D. Dinakar, D. Dinakar, M. Sai Shankar, M. Sai Shankar, K. Srimannarayana, K. Srimannarayana, P. Vengal Rao, P. Vengal Rao, D. Sengupta, D. Sengupta, P. Saidi Reddy, P. Saidi Reddy, } "Non-contact vibration sensor using bifurcated bundle glass fiber for real-time monitoring", Proc. SPIE 8311, Optical Sensors and Biophotonics III, 83110P (29 November 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.904566; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.904566
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