IEE Colloquium on Progress in Fibre Optic Sensors and Their Applications

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  • Location: London, UK
  • Conference date: 7 Nov. 1995
  • Conference number: 1995/194
  • The following topics were dealt with: temperature-insensitive strain measurement by broadband interferometry; interferometric sensing system using white light interferometry; fibre optic reference beam laser Doppler velocimetry; surface plasma wave chemical sensor; chromatic processing for intelligence extraction from sensor signals; analogue correlator for sensor multiplexing; white light channelled spectrum technique; in-fibre grating strain sensing with combined SDM/TDM; hydrogel based distributed sensor for soil measurements; distributed temperature sensors; process tomography on pneumatic conveyors; dynamic oil film measurement; evanescent wave absorption sensor; respiration measurement in MRI scanners

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  • Temperature-insensitive strain measurement by broad-band interferometry
  • Demonstration and potential of distributed temperature sensors using the frequency derived technique
  • Optical fibre sensor for process tomography use on pneumatic conveyors
  • A novel application of white light sensing to dynamic oil film measurement
  • Sub-micrometre fibre optic chemical sensor
  • Optical fibre sensor based on evanescent wave absorption
  • Optical instrumentation for respiration measurement in magnetic resonance scanners
  • A multi-mode optical fibre sensing system using white light interferometry
  • Fibre optic reference beam laser Doppler velocimetry
  • Single mode optical fibre surface plasma wave chemical sensor
  • Chromatic processing for extracting intelligence from optical fibre sensor signals
  • Analysis of an analogue correlator for fibre optic sensor multiplexing applications
  • Multiplexing schemes for white light channelled spectrum technique
  • Multi-point in-fibre grating strain sensing system with a combined spatial and time division multiplexing scheme
  • Hydrogel based distributed fibre optic sensor for measuring soil salinity and soil water potentials
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