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Strain Gauges vs Distributed Fiber Optic Sensing, Part 3 of 3: Results and Benefits

Posted on by greg.ming@sensuron.com

  1        Results The beam response subjected to a point force was obtained by hanging a weight with known magnitude at the end of the beam for a short period. Four different weights (500, 1000, 1500 and … Read More

Strain Gauges vs Distributed Fiber Optic Sensing, Part 2 of 3: Sensitivity and Setup

Posted on by Pierrick Vulliez

  1       Fiber Strain Sensitivity The two direct measurements of all Sensuron interrogators are mechanical strain and temperature. This is due to the inherent sensitivity of the Bragg wavelength, as seen below in the well-known Bragg equation. In the absence … Read More

Strain Gauges vs Distributed Fiber Optic Sensing, Part 1 of 3: Introduction

Posted on by Pierrick Vulliez

Fiber Optic Sensing (FOS) systems have an intrinsic advantage over traditional Strain Gauge (SG) technology, namely they are capable of measuring strain along the sensing fiber in multiple locations. Sensuron’s FOS system developed in collaboration with NASA is capable of … Read More

Nondestructive Damage Evaluation by Ensyso and Sensuron

Posted on by Pierrick Vulliez

In close collaboration with NASA, Sensuron developed compact fiber optic sensing systems that can provide continuous strain measurements. One major challenge facing the development of prominent nondestructive damage evaluation (NDE) tools has been a lack of fine spatial resolution from … Read More

Cost Comparison – Fiber Optic Sensing versus Strain Gauges

Posted on by Pierrick Vulliez

Sensuron’s fully distributed fiber optic sensing technology enables a paradigm shift to take place in the areas of structural testing and monitoring. One frequently overlooked aspect of this shift is the potential cost savings when compared with the use of … Read More