Book Volume 132 1987

Optical Fiber Sensors

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ISBN: 978-94-010-8116-0 (Print) 978-94-009-3611-9 (Online)

Table of contents (31 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-IX

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    Chapter

    Pages 1-33

    Monomode Fibre Optic Interferometers and Their Application in Sensing Systems

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    Chapter

    Pages 35-50

    Optical Fiber Interferometer Technology and Hydrophones

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    Pages 51-68

    Optical Fibre Hydrophones and Hydrophone Arrays

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    Pages 69-72

    Fiber Optic Gyroscopes

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    Pages 73-130

    Theory of Spectral Encoding for Fiber-Optic Sensors

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    Pages 131-142

    Fibre Optic Intensity Modulated Sensors

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    Pages 143-163

    Distributed Optical-Fibre Sensors

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    Pages 165-184

    Distributed and Multiplexed Fibre Optic Sensor Systems

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    Pages 185-199

    Fiber Optic Temperature Sensors

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    Pages 201-216

    Guided-Wave Chemical Sensors

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    Pages 217-226

    Fiber LDA System

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    Pages 227-242

    Polarization Phenomena in Optical Fibers

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    Pages 243-266

    Integrated Optical Sensors

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    Pages 267-298

    Sources and Detectors for Fiber-optic Sensors

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    Pages 299-308

    All-Fiber Gyroscope: Design and Performances

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    Chapter

    Pages 309-319

    Phase Recovery in the Interferometric Fiber-Optic Sensors

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    Chapter

    Pages 321-338

    Optical Fiber Sensor Coatings

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    Chapter

    Pages 339-350

    Thermodynamic Limitations to the Measurement of Phase Shifts in Optical Fibers

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    Chapter

    Pages 351-360

    Polarimetric Optical Fiber Pressure Sensor With Low Temperature Effects

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    Chapter

    Pages 361-367

    Fiberoptic Temperature Probe Utilizing a Semiconductor Sensor

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