Special Issue "Recent Progress in Optical Voltage and Current Sensors"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2022) | Viewed by 2294
Interests: photonic sensors; sensor networks; interrogation techniques; distributed sensing; remote monitoring; photonic instrumentation for industrial applications
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Voltage and current measurements are required in different industrial applications across many sectors, including the electrical power, oil and gas or nuclear sectors. Optical voltage and current sensors offer a number of benefits over their conventional equivalents, such as light weight, small size, wide bandwidth, high accuracy, immunity to electromagnetic interference, and galvanic isolation. Some of the optical voltage and current sensors have matured to the point that they meet the relevant industry standards, and they may provide a direct replacement for their conventional counterparts, offering passive measurements over long distances and improvements in measurement quality, overcoming the current technology limitations.
This Special Issue aims at presenting the latest research activities in the field of optical voltage and current sensors, distributed voltage and current sensing, sensor networks, and their applications in power and energy sectors. The Special Issue will also focus on new sensor designs, fabrication methods, sensing techniques, and system architectures to achieve improved measurement accuracy and resolution, and unique functionality in voltage and current monitoring on AC and DC networks. Authors are invited to submit both review and original research articles describing recent progress in optical voltage and current sensors.
Topics of interests include (but are not limited to):
- Novel concepts of optical voltage and current sensing;
- Design and development of new optical voltage and current sensors;
- Sensor fabrication and packaging;
- Sensor interrogation techniques;
- Sensor characterization and performance evaluation;
- Distributed voltage and current sensing;
- Remote voltage and current monitoring;
- Optical voltage and current sensors for industrial applications.
Dr. Grzegorz Fusiek
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