Radiation effects on optical frequency domain reflectometry fiber-based sensor

Marco Cannas, Serena Rizzolo, Girard, Macé, Paillet, Boukenter, Ouerdane, Rizzolo, Bauer, Marcandella, Périsse, Marin

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Abstract

We investigate the radiation effects on germanosilicate optical fiber acting as the sensing element of optical frequency domain reflectometry devices. Thanks to a new setup permitting to control temperature during irradiation, we evaluate the changes induced by 10 keV x rays on their Rayleigh response up to 1 MGy in a temperature range from -40°C up to 75°C. Irradiation at fixed temperature points out that its measure is reliable during both irradiation and the recovery process. Mixed temperature and radiation measurements show that changing irradiation temperature leads to an error in distributed measurements that depends on the calibration procedure. These results demonstrate that Rayleigh-based optical fiber sensors are very promising for integration in harsh environments.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)4571-4574
Numero di pagine4
RivistaOptics Letters
Volume40
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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  • Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics

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Radiation effects on optical frequency domain reflectometry fiber-based sensor. / Cannas, Marco; Rizzolo, Serena; Girard; Macé; Paillet; Boukenter; Ouerdane; Rizzolo; Bauer; Marcandella; Périsse; Marin.

In: Optics Letters, Vol. 40, 2015, pag. 4571-4574.

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Cannas, M, Rizzolo, S, Girard, Macé, Paillet, Boukenter, Ouerdane, Rizzolo, Bauer, Marcandella, Périsse & Marin 2015, 'Radiation effects on optical frequency domain reflectometry fiber-based sensor', Optics Letters, vol. 40, pagg. 4571-4574.
Cannas, Marco ; Rizzolo, Serena ; Girard ; Macé ; Paillet ; Boukenter ; Ouerdane ; Rizzolo ; Bauer ; Marcandella ; Périsse ; Marin. / Radiation effects on optical frequency domain reflectometry fiber-based sensor. In: Optics Letters. 2015 ; Vol. 40. pagg. 4571-4574.
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