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14 November 1988 Status Of Fiber-Optic Sensing
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Proceedings Volume 0959, Optomechanical and Electro-Optical Design of Industrial Systems; (1988)
Event: SPIE International Symposium on Optical Engineering and Industrial Sensing for Advance Manufacturing Technologies, 1988, Dearborn, MI, United States
Techniques are reviewed whereby optical fibers may be used to measure various physical parameters. Advantages and disadvantages of fiber-optic sensing are discussed. In particular, phase-modulated devices for the measurement of acceleration, rotation, acoustics, pressure, temperature, electric current, and magnetic fields are emphasized. Areas of application to be considered include medical, military, geophysical and industrial control.
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Charles M. Davis "Status Of Fiber-Optic Sensing", Proc. SPIE 0959, Optomechanical and Electro-Optical Design of Industrial Systems, (14 November 1988);


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