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Distributed Fiber-Optic Sensors: Principles and Applications

  • A. Hartog
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Abstract

Optical fiber sensors have been researched now for a number of years and a wide body of knowledge has been accumulated, as witnessed by the work reported in the other chapters in this book. Although much of the initial development of these sensors was technology-driven, the most successful examples of fiber sensors are those where one or more of the often-cited benefits of fiber sensors bring a fundamental advantage to a particular application. For example, the fiber gyroscope has been able to compete on cost with the laser gyroscope and yet retain some of the advantages of the latter, e.g. zero spool-up time and complete elimination of moving parts. More generally, certain industries have noted the benefits that all-dielectric sensors could bring, in particular the gas and electricity supply industries, where the removal of electrical sensors has significant and specific advantages. In both cases, these are industries where statutory requirements on safety and security of supply have forced a certain degree of caution in the introduction of new technology.

Keywords

Numerical Aperture Horizontal Well Single Mode Fiber Steam Injection Multimode Fiber 
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