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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 2425

Optical Fibre Sensing and Systems in Nuclear Environments
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 2425
Date Published: 30 December 1994
Softcover: 20 papers (164) pages
ISBN: 9780819417732

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Potential benefit of fibre optics in nuclear applications: the case of the decommissioning and the waste storage activities
Author(s): Marc C. Decreton; V. Massaut; Paul Borgermans
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Optical fibre Bragg grating sensors for structure monitoring within the nuclear power plants
Author(s): Pierre Ferdinand; Sylvain Magne; Veronique Marty; S. Rougeault; Pascal Bernage; Marc Douay; Eric Fertein; F. Lahoreau; Pierre Niay; Jean-Francois Bayon; Thierry Georges; Michel Monerie
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Radiation hardness of present optical fibres
Author(s): Henning Henschel
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Predicting the response of optical fibres to ionizing radiation
Author(s): Ronald H. West
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Radiation effects in optoelectronic devices
Author(s): H. Lischka; P. Clemens; Henning Henschel; Otmar Koehn; W. Lennartz; Hans Ulrich Schmidt
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Fluorine-doped silica optical fibres fabricated using plasma chemical technologies
Author(s): Eugeni M. Dianov; Konstantin M. Golant; Vladimir B. Karpov; R. R. Khrapko; Andrey S. Kurkov; Valery M. Mashinsky; V. N. Protopopov
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Radiation resistance of optical fibres with fluorine-doped silica cladding
Author(s): Eugeni M. Dianov; Konstantin M. Golant; R. R. Khrapko; Valery M. Mashinsky; Vladimir B. Neustruev; Alexei N. Guryanov; D. D. Gusovsky; S. I. Miroshnichenko; O. D. Sazhin
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Attenuation of silica optical fibers in nuclear environment and its dependence on the properties of materials for fiber preparation
Author(s): Vlastimil Matejec; Marie Pospisilova; Anita Darickova; Marcela Vanickova
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Overview of prototype fiber optic sensors for future application in nuclear environments
Author(s): John W. Berthold
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Uranium and nitrate remote sensing in the nuclear fuel cycle by time-resolved laser-induced fluorescence
Author(s): Christophe Moulin; Laurent Couston; Pierre Decambox; Patrick Mauchien; Dominique Pouyat
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Development of American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) test procedures to measure induced ionizing radiation effects in broadband and remote Raman fiber optic spectroscopic systems
Author(s): Roger A. Greenwell; Steven J. Saggese
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Fibre optic sensor system assessment in radiation environments
Author(s): J. W. Spencer; Richard V. Smith; S. R. Smith; John Humphries; Gordon R. Jones; A. Fitzgerald; R. E. Sharp; L. Pater
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Fiber optic radiation sensors
Author(s): Harald Bueker; Friedrich Wolfgang Haesing
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Development of optical components for in-vessel viewing systems used for fusion experimental reactor
Author(s): Kenjiro Obara; Satoshi Kakudate; Kiyoshi Oka; Eisuke Tada; Yosuke Morita; Masahiro Seki
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Fiber optic and television endoscopes for nuclear power engineering
Author(s): Yuri A. Tarabrin; Alex R. Matevosov; Andrey V. Teplenichev
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Performance analysis of fiber optic concrete stress sensors in polarimetric and white-light interferometric configurations applicable to nuclear facilities
Author(s): Wojtek J. Bock; Waclaw Urbanczyk; Marc R. H. Voet
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Optical fiber links in nuclear physics experiments
Author(s): Alexander Larkin; S. Averianov; K. Dedushenko; Igor G. Likhachiev; Anatoly N. Mamaev; M. Zouari
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Unstable radiation color centres in pure silica fibres: the nature and properties
Author(s): Eugeni M. Dianov; L. S. Kornienko; Alexey O. Rybaltovski; Pavel V. Chernov
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Radiation sensitivity of passive components of fibre optic data transfer and sensor systems
Author(s): Henning Henschel; Otmar Koehn; Hans Ulrich Schmidt
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