A hybrid highly birefringent fiber optic sensing system for simultaneous strain and temperature measurement
AbstractA novel hybrid fiber optic sensor based on integration of polarimetric fiber sensors for simultaneous strain and temperature measurement is presented in this paper. Two types of polarimetric fibers are used: a side-hole fiber and a polarization maintaining photonic crystal fiber. The disadvantage of each sensor type can be overcome by using the sensors in a complementary manner to measure temperature independently from average strain.
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How to Cite
P. Lesiak, “A hybrid highly birefringent fiber optic sensing system for simultaneous strain and temperature measurement”, Photonics Lett. Pol., vol. 2, no. 3, pp. pp. 140–142, Oct. 2010.