In order to prepare the mirrors of the Fabry-Perot interferometer, it is known that FBGs
, diffraction gratings that only reflect the light of the specific wavelength called Bragg wavelength, are applicable.
Then, the cure-induced strains deduced from the FBGs
are systematically and quantitatively investigated along with the degree of conversion of the resin, for the different experiments.
As the existing methods do not provide the complete solution, in this paper, we propose a new scheme by exploiting the linear properties, namely, reflection and transmission spectra of fiber Bragg gratings (FBGs
Rao  gave a systematic review of progress on applications of FBG
sensors in large composite and concrete structures, the electrical power industry, medicine, and chemical sensing.
Few studies have been carried out to calculate the effect of RH on FBGS
. For instance, Giaccari et al.
We embedded 4 uniform FBGs
(wavelength around 1550 nm) and two fiber loops with diameter ~30 cm, arranged in a one- and four-loop configuration for the PS sensing, over two layers of CFC (Figure 1(A)).
Xu, "Intelligent monitoring and diagnosis for modern mechanical equipment based on the integration of embedded technology and FBGS
technology," Measurement, vol.
were embedded inside FRP specimens to study the relationship between residual stress and curing process.
In August 2011, Changi Airport Group (CAG) launched a project with fellow Singapore-based company ST Electronics to install a Perimeter Intrusion Detection System (PIDS) using Fibre Bragg Grating (FBG
) sensors for the airports perimeter fence.
The founding team of Proximion has pioneered design, manufacturing, and application of advanced FBGs
. Proximion's unique and patented method enables manufacturing of FBGs
with virtually any filter characteristics.
The calibration instrument delivered to the NRL contains four stabilized FBGs
whose center wave-lengths were accurately measured using both a tunable laser measurement system and low-coherence inter-ferometry.
Despite problems of definition, a number of popular and academic accounts of Southeast Asian industrialization have identified Chinese FBGs
as the engine behind the region's rapid economic growth in the post WWII period (World Bank 1993; Seagrave 1995; Hodder 1996; Lim 1996; Weidenbaum and Hughes 1996).