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Direct Embedding of Fiber-Optical Load Sensors into Wind Turbine Blades

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Abstract

Long Period Gratings were embedded into the adhesive utilized in the matrix of a wind turbine blade. The LPGs were subsequently subjected to temperature-testing in order to assess their performance, which illustrates good embedding capabilities.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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