26 August 2015 Global sensitivity analysis of the dispersion maximum position of the PCFs with circular holes
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Abstract
Microstructured fibers have recently become popular due to their numerous applications for fiber lasers,1 super-continuum generationi2 and pulse reshaping.3 One of the most important properties of such fibers that is taken into account is its dispersion. Fine tuning of the dispersion (i.e. dispersion management) is one of the crucial peculiarities of the photonic crystal fibers (PCFs)4 that are particular case of the microstructured fibers.

During last years, there have been presented various designs of the PCFs possessing specially-designed dispersion shapes. 5-7 However, no universal technique exists which would allow tuning the PCF dispersion without using optimization methods.

In our work, we investigate the sensitivity of the PCF dispersion as respect to variation of its basic parameters. This knowledge allows fine-tuning the position of local maximum of the PCF dispersion while maintaining other properties unchanged.

The work is organized as follows. In the first section we discuss the dispersion computation method that is suitable for the global sensitivity analysis. The second section presents the global sensitivity analysis for this specific case. We also discuss there possible selection of the variable parameters.
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Igor Guryev, Igor Guryev, Igor Sukhoivanov, Igor Sukhoivanov, Jose Amparo Andrade Lucio, Jose Amparo Andrade Lucio, Everardo Vargas Rodrigues, Everardo Vargas Rodrigues, Oleksiy Shulika, Oleksiy Shulika, Ruth Ivonne Mata Chavez, Ruth Ivonne Mata Chavez, Eric Ramon Baca Montero, Eric Ramon Baca Montero, } "Global sensitivity analysis of the dispersion maximum position of the PCFs with circular holes", Proc. SPIE 9586, Photonic Fiber and Crystal Devices: Advances in Materials and Innovations in Device Applications IX, 95860M (26 August 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2187628; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2187628
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