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Optical Fibre Temperature Sensor Based On A Blackbody Radiation
Author(s): Ryszard Hypszer; Jerzy Plucinski; Henryk J. Wierzba
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Paper Abstract

The principle of operation of the fibre optical temperature sensor based on a blackbody radiation and its construction model is given in the paper. A quartz rod of 0.6 mm diameter and 20 cm length with a blackbody cavity at the one end was used to construct the sensor. The cavity was made by vacuum evaporation of a chromium layer and a silicone monooxide layer was used as a protection. Infrared radiation is transmitted by the fibre optic to the detection circuit. This sensor enables temperature measurement from 400 to 1200°C. The range of measurement is determined by the detection sensitivity and by rod softening. The resolution is of the order of 10-2°C. The sensor calibration was done by using PtRh1O-Pt thermocouple.

Paper Details

Date Published: 30 January 1990
PDF: 4 pages
Proc. SPIE 1085, Optical Fibres and Their Applications V, (30 January 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.952993
Show Author Affiliations
Ryszard Hypszer, Technical University of Gdansk (Poland)
Jerzy Plucinski, Technical University of Gdansk (Poland)
Henryk J. Wierzba, Technical University of Gdansk (Poland)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1085:
Optical Fibres and Their Applications V
Ryszard S. Romaniuk; Mieczyslaw Szustakowski, Editor(s)

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