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Review of liquid-filled optical fibre-based temperature sensing

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posted on 2018-11-30, 10:00 authored by Fintan McGuinness, GABRIEL LEENGABRIEL LEEN, ELFED LEWISELFED LEWIS, Gerard DoolyGerard Dooly, Daniel ToalDaniel Toal, Dinesh Babu Duraibabu
While ever higher resolution temperature sensing is of demand in research and industry, the cost of sensors in the sub-milli-Kelvin (mK) range can be restrictive. Furthermore, as the majority of commercial temperature sensor measurements are transmitted via electrical circuits, significant post-processing is required to obtain a high-resolution due to phenomena such as electromagnetic interference, selfheating, electrical noise, etc. Consequentially, research in recent years has focused on the development of several technologies which overcome this issue, with optical fibre sensors proving to be a viable option. Owing to this, the following chapter will aim to review the current state-of-the-art in liquid filled optical fibre temperature sensing and the underlying methods.

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Application of Optical Fibre for Sensing;2018

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IntechOpen

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peer-reviewed

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English

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