Hydrogen and radiation induced effects on performances of Raman fiber-based temperature sensors

Marco Cannas, Chiara Cangialosi, Delepine-Lesoille, Bertrand, Girard, Cangialosi, Paillet, Boukenter, Ouerdane

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Abstract

Raman Distributed Temperature Sensors (RDTS) offer exceptional advantages for the monitoring of the envisioned French deep geological repository for nuclear wastes, called Cigéo. Here, we present experimental studies on how the performances of RDTS evolve in harsh environments like those associated with H2 or g-rays. Both of them are shown to strongly affect the temperature measurements made with RDTS. We showed that by adapting the characteristics of the used fiber for the sensing, we could limit its degradation but that additional hardening by system studies will have to be developed before integration of RDTS in Cigéo.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2014

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  • Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Computer Science Applications
  • Condensed Matter Physics

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Hydrogen and radiation induced effects on performances of Raman fiber-based temperature sensors. / Cannas, Marco; Cangialosi, Chiara; Delepine-Lesoille; Bertrand; Girard; Cangialosi; Paillet; Boukenter; Ouerdane.

2014.

Risultato della ricerca: Paper

Cannas, M, Cangialosi, C, Delepine-Lesoille, Bertrand, Girard, Cangialosi, Paillet, Boukenter & Ouerdane 2014, 'Hydrogen and radiation induced effects on performances of Raman fiber-based temperature sensors'.
Cannas, Marco ; Cangialosi, Chiara ; Delepine-Lesoille ; Bertrand ; Girard ; Cangialosi ; Paillet ; Boukenter ; Ouerdane. / Hydrogen and radiation induced effects on performances of Raman fiber-based temperature sensors.
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