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Radiation effects on Optical Fiber Sensors

Adriana Morana

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Today, optical fiber sensors (OFSs) are considered for implementation in various nuclear fields, from space applications to the monitoring of next generation nuclear power plants. These technologies present a much higher radiation tolerance level than those of most micro- or opto-electronic technologies. During this lecture, an overview of the most important OFSs will be presented, such as the Fiber Gratings and the distributed sensors based on the light scattering phenomena. In particular, their working principles, features and radiation response will be highlighted.
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ujm-01964752 , version 1 (23-12-2018)

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Adriana Morana. Radiation effects on Optical Fiber Sensors. RADSAGA - St Etienne Summer School, Sep 2018, Saint-Etienne, France. ⟨ujm-01964752⟩
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