Measurement of arbitrary strain profiles within fibre gratings

Measurement of arbitrary strain profiles within fibre gratings

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Results from the first measurement of an arbitrary strain field within a fibre Bragg grating are presented. Low coherence reflectometry has been used, together with a wavelength-tunable reference grating, to obtain strain against distance measurements.


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