Spectral characterization of distributed Brillouin sensors in the transient regime

Graham Alan Ferrier
Brillouin scattering based fibre optic sensors have been actively researched over the past decade due to their enhanced sensitivity to environmental parameters such as temperature and strain. Applications range from dynamic health monitoring of civil structures such as bridges, pipelines, and nuclear reactors to real-time threshold applications such as fire detection. As temperature and strain changes often represent the first symptoms of structural degradation, the development of Brillouin scattering based technology will bear considerable scientific...
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