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FBG sensor has been used for aerospace for quite some time.
FBG Aerospace Article (Online)
- Kohei Takahashi, Hideki Soejima, Megumi Hirakim, Nobuo Takeda, and Hiroto Kojima, "Development of FBG-MFC hybrid SHM system for aircraft composite structures in collaboration study with Airbus," in Proc. of 8th European Workshop On Structural Health Monitoring (EWSHM 2016), Spain, Bilbao, Jul. 2016.
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- A publication from Japan Airbus SHM Technology for Aircraft Composite (JASTAC) project with Airbus
- Jose Manuel Menendez, Pedro Munoz, J. M. Pintado, and Alfredo Guemes, "Damage detection in composite materials by FBGs", in Proc. of SPIE 5502, Second European Workshop on Optical Fibre Sensors, Jun. 2004. DOI: 10.1117/12.566707
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- Gayan C. Kahandawa, Jayantha Epaarachchi, Hao Wang, and K. T. Lau, "Use of FBG Sensors for SHM in Aerospace Structures," Photonic Sensors, vol. 2, no. 3, 203–214, Jul. 2012. DOI: 10.1007/s13320-012-0065-4
- Brief Summary: After using commercial FEA software, ABAQUS, to find the stress concentration point of the helicopter blade base, FBG sensor was embedded into the aerospace Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) structure. A method of processing FBG signals were discussed due to a distortion of the FBG peak in the spectrum.
- This article is available as Open Access [link]
Jun Long FBG Aerospace Research at I2R
Jun Long has worked with FBG sensor for the aerospace industry between 2013 to 2017. His areas of focus include, but not limited to, ultra high temperature and pressure optical components, FBG packaging into composite material, cyclic fatigue test, etc. Currently, he is researching on harsh environment sensor with FBG sensor.
Keywords: fiber bragg grating, sensor, FBG aerospace, I2R FBG, I2R sensor, composite materials, I2R aerospace, structural health monitoring
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