Raman based distributed fiber optic temperature sensors for structural health monitoring in radiation environment

Chiara Cangialosi, Marco Cannas, Girard, Cangialosi, Paillet, Boukenter, Ourdane, Marcandella, Marin, Delepine-Lesoille

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Abstract

Raman distributed temperature sensor (RDTS) measurements were performed during γ-radiation on three different classes of standard multimode fibers (pure, Ge-doped and F-doped). The sensor response is affected by the radiation induced attenuation phenomena leading to errors in the temperature measurements. The amplitude of this error strongly depends on the fiber type and the irradiation conditions. These results are promising in view of the integration of these RDTS into the deep geological repository for radioactive waste.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Pagine1-3
Numero di pagine3
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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structural health monitoring
Structural health monitoring
Fiber optic sensors
temperature sensors
Temperature sensors
fiber optics
Geological repositories
Radiation
Multimode fibers
fibers
radioactive wastes
radiation
Radioactive wastes
Temperature measurement
temperature measurement
attenuation
Irradiation
irradiation
Fibers
sensors

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  • Radiation
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Raman based distributed fiber optic temperature sensors for structural health monitoring in radiation environment. / Cangialosi, Chiara; Cannas, Marco; Girard; Cangialosi; Paillet; Boukenter; Ourdane; Marcandella; Marin; Delepine-Lesoille.

2015. 1-3.

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Cangialosi, C, Cannas, M, Girard, Cangialosi, Paillet, Boukenter, Ourdane, Marcandella, Marin & Delepine-Lesoille 2015, 'Raman based distributed fiber optic temperature sensors for structural health monitoring in radiation environment', pagg. 1-3.
Cangialosi, Chiara ; Cannas, Marco ; Girard ; Cangialosi ; Paillet ; Boukenter ; Ourdane ; Marcandella ; Marin ; Delepine-Lesoille. / Raman based distributed fiber optic temperature sensors for structural health monitoring in radiation environment. 3 pag.
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