1994 Fiber Optic Sensors for Aerospace Technology (FOSAT) Workshop
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1994 Fiber Optic Sensors for Aerospace Technology (FOSAT) Workshop proceedings of the conference held at the NASA Lewis Research Center ... Cleveland, Ohio, October 18-20, 1994

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Program, National Technical Information Service, distributor] in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Optical fiber detectors -- Congresses,
  • Aerospace industries -- United States -- Congresses

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Edition Notes

Other titlesFiber Optic Sensors for Aerospace Technology (FOSAT) Workshop
SeriesNASA conference publication -- 10166
ContributionsBaumbick, Robert J, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Program
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationvi, 91, [1] p.
Number of Pages91
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14986897M

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The NASA Lewis Research Center conducted a workshop on fiber optic technology on October , The workshop objective was to discuss the future direction of fiber optics and optical sensor research, especially in the aerospace arena.   This reference presents a comprehensive account of the recent advances and research in fiber optic sensor technology. It offers a progressive history of each sensor type as well as basic principles and fundamental building blocks for practical applications in the electrical aerospace, defense and manufacturing, smart structure, undersea surveillance, medical, and gas and oil 4/5(3).   This reference presents a comprehensive account of the recent advances and research in fiber optic sensor technology. It offers a progressive history of each sensor type as well as basic principles and fundamental building blocks for practical applications in the electrical aerospace, defense and manufacturing, smart structure, undersea surveillancCited by:   3. A new, extensive chapter has been added covering fiber optic grating sensor technology and its application to aerospace, civil structures, oil and gas and power generating applications. 4. A second new chapter has been added on the emerging field of biomedical fiber optic sensors.

  Readers will also gain a summary of state-of-the-art applications in oil, gas, and electricity industries, aerospace technology, and biomedicine. Yun-Jiang Rao is Dean of the School of Communication & Information Engineering, and Director of the Key Lab of Optical Fiber Sensing & Communications at the University of Electronic Science and. 3. A new, extensive chapter has been added covering fiber optic grating sensor technology and its application to aerospace, civil structures, oil and gas and power generating applications. 4. A second new chapter has been added on the emerging field of biomedical fiber optic sensors.   Introduction and Background. Owing to their light weight, immunity to electromagnetic interference, ease of multiplexing, and other attractive characteristics and, not least, the vast amount of research in, and high level of maturity of, the technology, optical fiber sensors would seem to be ideal for aerospace applications, particularly for damage detection. 3M has developed and commercialized a line of specialty single-mode fibers to meet the unique requirements of advanced fiber optic sensor applications. 3M implements a dual- technology approach which combines novel materials technology with optical waveguide design to produce high-performance fibers which have been qualified in many military and aerospace programs.

Fiber optic sensor is getting attraction in the aerospace and defence due to its intrinsically safe feature, its resistance to withstand harsh environment capability such as intense EMI, high temperature, chemical corrosion, high pressure, high voltage and lightning environments. A new, extensive chapter has been added covering fiber optic grating sensor technology and its application to aerospace, civil structures, oil and gas and power generating applications. 4. Opto-mechanical Fiber Optic Sensors: Research, Technology, and Applications in Mechanical Sensing offers comprehensive coverage of the theoretical aspects of fiber optic sensors (FOS), along with current and emerging applications in the mechanical, petroleum, biomedical, biomechanical, aerospace and automotive industries. Special attention is. Reliable and accurate measurements of temperature and strain in structures subjected to fire can be difficult to obtain using traditional sensing technologies based on electrical signals. Fiber optic sensors, which are based on light signals, solve many of the problems of monitoring structures in high temperature environments; however, they present their own challenges.