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Title: Negative curvature hollow core fiber sensor for the measurement of strain and temperature
Author: Ferreira, Marta S.
Bierlich, Jörg
Kobelke, Jens
Pinto, João L.
Wondraczek, Katrin
Issue Date: 15-Feb-2021
Publisher: Optica Publishing Group
Abstract: Three different types of strain and temperature sensors based on negative curvature hollow core fiber (NCHCF) are proposed. Each sensor is produced by splicing a small section of the NCHCF between two sections of single mode fiber. Different types of interferometers are obtained simply by changing the splicing conditions. The first sensor consists on a single Fabry-Perot interferometer (FPI). The remaining two configurations are attained with the same sensing structure, depending on its position in relation to the interrogation setup. Thus, a double FPI or a hybrid sensor, the latter being composed by an FPI and a Michelson interferometer, are formed. The inline sensors are of submillimeter size, thus enabling nearly punctual measurements.
Peer review: yes
DOI: 10.1364/OE.412532
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