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Coating impact and radiation effects on optical frequency domain reflectometry fiber-based temperature sensors
Author(s): S. Rizzolo; E. Marin; A. Morana; A. Boukenter; Y. Ouerdane; M. Cannas; J. Périsse; S. Bauer; J.-R. Mace; S. Girard
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Paper Abstract

Temperature response of radiation-tolerant OFDR-based sensors is here investigated, with particular attention on the impact of coating on OFS. By performing consecutive thermal treatments we developed a controlled system to evaluate the performances of our distributed temperature sensor and to estimate the radiation impact. We show an important evolution of the temperature coefficient measurements with thermal treatments for non-irradiated fiber and that the amplitude of this change decreases increasing radiation dose. As final results, we demonstrate that sensor performances are improved if we performed a pre-thermal treatment on the fiber-based system permitting to monitor temperature with an error of 0.05°C.

Paper Details

Date Published: 28 September 2015
PDF: 4 pages
Proc. SPIE 9634, 24th International Conference on Optical Fibre Sensors, 96346U (28 September 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2194989
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S. Rizzolo, Lab. Hubert Curien, Univ. de Saint-Etienne (France)
Univ. de Palermo (Italy)
Areva Ctr. Technique (France)
E. Marin, Lab. Hubert Curien, Univ. de Saint-Etienne (France)
A. Morana, Lab. Hubert Curien, Univ. de Saint-Etienne (France)
A. Boukenter, Lab. Hubert Curien, Univ. de Saint-Etienne (France)
Y. Ouerdane, Lab. Hubert Curien, Univ. de Saint-Etienne (France)
M. Cannas, Univ. degli Studi di Palermo (Italy)
J. Périsse, Areva NP (France)
S. Bauer, Areva Ctr. Technique (France)
J.-R. Mace, Areva NP (France)
S. Girard, Lab. Hubert Curien, Univ. Saint-Etienne (France)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 9634:
24th International Conference on Optical Fibre Sensors
Hypolito José Kalinowski; José Luís Fabris; Wojtek J. Bock, Editor(s)

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