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Fiber optic sensor-based smart materials and structures

papers presented at the Fifth annual Smart Materials and Structures Workshop, Blacksburg, Virginia, 15-16 April 1992

by Smart Materials and Structures Workshop (5th 1992 Blacksburg, Va.)

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Published by Institute of Physics Pub. in Bristol, Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Smart materials -- Congresses.,
  • Fiber optics -- Congresses.,
  • Optical detectors -- Congresses.,
  • Smart structures -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by Richard O. Claus.
    SeriesSmart materials and structures series
    ContributionsClaus, Richard O.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA418.9.S62 S515 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 193 p. :
    Number of Pages193
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1733853M
    ISBN 100750302488
    LC Control Number92038654

      Dhawan A, Ghosh T and Muth J Incorporating optical fiber based sensors into fabrics Smart Materials Structures and Systems, 3rd Int. Conf. (Italy, June ) at press [20] Doebelin E O Measurement Systems: Application and Design 5th edn (New York: Tata McGraw-Hill)Cited by: Fiber Optic Sensor Commercialization Evolution Sensors Telecom R&D- Military and Industrial R&D- Telecommunications Laboratory Devices Multimode Systems; Mb/s transmission 1st Industrial Applications and Military Systems Advent of Single Mode Systems; Major.

    variety of load-bearing structures, for example in aviation for structures such as rotor blades, aircraft fuselage and wing structures. Composite materials embedded with fiber-optic sensors (FOS) have been recognized as one of the prominent enabling technologies for smart materials and : Manjusha Ramakrishnan. Cong Du, Siwen Bi, Jones Owusu Twumasi, Qixiang Tang, Nan Wu, Tzuyang Yu and Xingwei Wang, "Real Time Corrosion Detection of Rebar Reinforced by Using Embeddable Fiber Optic Ultrasound Sensor", Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical, and Aerospace System, Denver, Colorado, USA, , March ; conferences.

    Get this from a library! Fiber optic sensors: an introduction for engineers and scientists. [Eric Udd; William B Spillman;] -- "Since the technology has moved strongly into a number of different areas a textbook of this sort could be used by a wide variety of academic departments including . Keywords: fiber optic sensors, structural health monitoring, FBG sensors INTRODUCTION Fiber optic sensors have many advantages such as ease of embedding, flexible sensor size, wide temperature range, high sensitivity and etc[1]. Thus, fiber optic sensors have been introduced into many composite structures. Especially, FBG (Fiber Bragg Grating)File Size: KB.


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Get this from a library. Fiber optic sensor-based smart materials and structures: papers presented at the Fifth annual Smart Materials and Structures Workshop.

Melle S M, Liu K, Alavie T and Measures R M Wavelength demodulation system for a fiber optic Bragg grating strain gauge Fiber Optic Sensor-Based Smart Materials and Structures (Philadelphia, PA: Institute of Physics) pp This trend is similar to the results of previous studies6'" dealing with strength and stiffness changes of graphite/bismaleimide and Kevlar/epoxy lami- Smart composite structures with embedded optical fiber sensors 1 45 ItUU S s^-'a 1 G f.f\f\ JS 00 r-h ^- ^.

n O O ft n 'Vi0 Og-W 00 TB ' exp[(e-0 Cited by: We have been developing "fiber optic nerve systems" for "smart structures and smart materials", in which an optical fiber acts as sensor to measure distribution of strain along it. A novel fiber optic temperature sensor based on multimode interference was designed, fabricated and tested.

The sensor is very simple and inexpensive since we only need to splice a section of. This paper describes the development of an approach to estimate the applied stress sensed from a set of multimode fiber optic sensors which are laid on the surface of a smart structure.

The estimation of the applied stress is based upon the discrimination between Cited by: 1. Ohno, Y. Uchiyama, T. KurashimaReduction of the effect temperature in a fiber optic distributed sensor used for strain measurements in civil structures SPIE Sensory Phenomena and Measurement Instrumentation for Smart Structures and Materials, SPIE ()Cited by: Dear Colleagues, Optical fibers are increasingly used in all technical fields, including civil engineering.

The rapid development of fiber-optic technologies enables the application of the fiber-optic sensors in different areas, such as a monitoring of the building objects, bridge and tunnel constructions or, for example, specific areas like vibrations and noises generated by rail transport on.

Fiber optic sensors (FOS) on the other hand are suitable candidates for SHM of composite materials during operation since they are capable of achieving the goals of diagnostics as well as condition monitoring and being very compact in size and can also be embedded into such structures, acting in many ways as the equivalent of a human nervous Cited by: The development of sensor-based technical textiles containing fiber optic sensors for the retrofitting of masonry structures is an innovative task of the European project POLYTECT.

The targeted applications are masonry and heritage structures that are structurally vulnerable, for example in earthquake by: Emerging smart textiles have enriched a variety of wearable technologies, including fiber optic technology. Optic fibers are widely applied in communication, sensing, and healthcare, and smart textiles enable fiber optic technology to be worn close to soft and curved human body parts for personalized functions.

This review briefly introduces wearable fiber optic applications with various Cited by: 1. Zhou and L.M. Sim. Damage detection and assessment in fibre-reinforced composite structures with embedded fibre optic sensors review.

Smart Materials and Cited by: Other fiber-optic sensors do not use fiber Bragg gratings as sensors, but rather the fiber itself. The principle of sensing can then be based on Rayleigh scattering, Raman scattering or Brillouin example, optical time domain reflectometry is a method where weak reflections can be localized using a pulsed probe signal.

It is also possible, e.g., to exploit the temperature or. Fiber optic sensors have been developed taking advantage on the synergy between the properties of nanostructured materials and the ones that characterize an optical fiber.

The mechanical properties of optical fiber introduce some restrictions to the techniques used for Author: Cesar Elosua, Miguel Hernaez, Ignacio R. Matias, Francisco J. Arregui. In the last two decades, a significant number of innovative sensing systems based on optical fiber sensors have been exploited in the engineering community due to their inherent distinctive advantages such as small size, light weight, immunity to electromagnetic interference (EMI) and corrosion, and embedding capability.

A lot of optical fiber sensor-based monitoring systems have been Cited by: Virginia Tech fiber optic sensor-based smart materials and structures overview Richard O.

Claus Proc. SPIEFiber Optic Smart Structures and Skins III, pg 84 (1 December ); doi: /   Fiber optic sensor based monitoring methods are highly welcome for non-destructive assessment of all types of engineering structures mainly because of the following reasons: they can’t be destroyed by lightning strikes, can survive in chemically aggressive environments, they can be integrated into very tight areas of structural components Cited by: Proceedings of the Conference on Optical Fiber Sensor-Based Smart Materials and Structures, Fourth Annual Smart Materials and Structures Workshop, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, April 3–4.

Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Technomic Publishing Company, Inc. X.Y. Dong, P. Shum and C.C. Chan, "Temperature-insensitive sensors with chirp-tuned fiber Bragg gratings", Chapter in book "Progress in Smart Materials and.

This highly comprehensive, introductory book explains the basics of structural health monitoring aspects of composite structures. This book serve as an all-in-one reference book in which the reader can receive a basic understanding of composite materials, manufacturing methods, the latest types of optical fiber sensors used for structural health monitoring of composite structures, and.

andSmart Material Systems and Structures, Science Press, andFibre optic vibration sensor -based smart civil structures, SPIE -The International Symposium on Photonics and Applications (ISPA'99), SPIE ,29 Nov Dec, Singapore.As an important parameter in industry, agriculture, biomedical, and aerospace, temperature possesses a significant position for the development of our society.

Thus, it has become a hot point to develop novel sensors for temperature monitoring. Compared with traditional electronic sensors, optical fiber sensors break out for the compact structure, corrosion resistance, multiplex and remote Author: Yundong Zhang, Huaiyin Su, Kai Ma, Fuxing Zhu, Ying Guo, Weiguo Jiang.All posters and other materials must be removed no later than pm.

Any posters or materials left behind at the close of the poster session will be considered unwanted and will be discarded. Fiber optic sensing networks for predictive maintenance of railway systems Single-crystal fiber structures for harsh environment applications.