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Fiber Optic Sensing for Nondestructive Evaluation

Fiber Optic Sensing for Nondestructive Evaluation

Posted on by Lucas Peace

One major challenge facing the development of prominent nondestructive damage evaluation (NDE) tools has been a lack of fine spatial resolution from sensors. Advanced distributed sensing platforms resolve this issue with spatial resolution down to 1.66mm. In short, the technique uses pre- and post-damage ambient strain measurements collected from a relatively dense sensor layout provided by the fiber optic sensing platform to:
– Detect the existence of damage.
– Determine the location of damage.
– Quantify the severity of damage with very high accuracy irrespective of the size of the inflicted damage.

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