Ultrahigh temperature and strain hybrid integrated sensor system based on Raman and femtosecond FBG inscription in a multimode gold-coated fiber
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AuthorLaarossi, Ismail; Roldán Varona, Pablo; Quintela Incera, María Ángeles; Rodríguez Cobo, Luis; López Higuera, José Miguel
In this paper, a novel approach for hybrid systems combining Raman distributed sensors with fiber Bragg grating (FBG) sensors to carry out distributed and quasi-distributed temperature/strain measurements was proposed and experimentally demonstrated. Three FBGs were inscribed by the point-by-point technique in a simple setup for type I femtosecond inscription in a pure silica core multimode gold-coated fiber. Employing a single fiber, temperatures up to 600 °C and strains up to 4144 µE approximately were measured simultaneously and without interferences between both distributed and point measurements. Moreover, a new calibration technique was implemented to calibrate the distributed temperature system using the FBG measurements as reference.