High Temperature Long Period Grating Thermo-Mechanically Written
AbstractAn optical fiber transducer able to work in high temperature environments is experimentally demonstrated in the laboratory. It is based on a permanent long period grating (LPG) written using a new technique based on a thermo-mechanical approach. Device precision was experimentally checked by means of repetitive thermal cycles between 25 and 950 ºC. In addition device stability was assured by maintaining the temperature in steady state at 800 ºC during 23 hours. View Full-Text
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Lazaro, J.M.; Quintela, A.; Lopez-Higuera, J.M. High Temperature Long Period Grating Thermo-Mechanically Written. Sensors 2009, 9, 5649-5654.
Lazaro JM, Quintela A, Lopez-Higuera JM. High Temperature Long Period Grating Thermo-Mechanically Written. Sensors. 2009; 9(7):5649-5654.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lazaro, Jose Miguel; Quintela, Antonio; Lopez-Higuera, Jose Miguel. 2009. "High Temperature Long Period Grating Thermo-Mechanically Written." Sensors 9, no. 7: 5649-5654.