Overview of Fiber Optic Sensing (SP26W)

Web Seminar: Overview of Fiber Optic Sensing (SP26W)

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Description:

Over the past two decades, development of fiber optic sensors has led to devices and systems which are able to measure over 60 different parameters. Perhaps even more noteworthy is the fact that commercially available fiber optic sensors are increasing in frequency and in actual deployment. It is a vibrant field with clear advantages over electron-based sensors in certain applications, particularly those where electromagnetic interference wreaks havoc. This seminar will introduce you to the operation, implementation limits, and practical benefits associated with fiber optic sensors.

You will be able to:

  • Recognize how optical fibers are used in sensing and communication applications
  • Identify the strengths and weaknesses of fiber optic sensors
  • Explain how a combination of sensing schemes may prove optimal for your application
  • Visualize how to apply fiber optic sensors and related technology to solve real business situations

You will cover:

  •  Sensing
  • Fundamentals of Optical Fibers
  • Fiber Optic Sensor Components
  • Intensity-modulating Fiber Optics sensors
  • Spectral-modulating Fiber Optics sensors
  • Phase-Modulating Fiber Optic sensors
  • Applications
  • Sensor Designs

*Please note that all US and Canadian participants will dial into a toll-free number. All non-US or non- Canadian participants will dial into a toll number and be charged by the long distance provider for the call.

Equipment and System Requirements:

  • Touch-tone telephone with a speakerphone for the audio portion of the live seminars
  • Internet connection running at 28.8 bps or faster
  • Java-enabled browser (Netscape Navigator 4.04 or later or Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.01 or later)
  • Computer monitor large enough for all participants to view or projection system for presentation to larger audiences

Registration Options:

For more detailed information on this topic, consider attending ISA’s course, Fiber Optic Sensors.

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