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High-Temperature Flow Sensing Using Regenerated Gratings in Self-Heated High Attenuation Fibers

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Abstract

We report a high-temperature flow sensing technique based on thermally regenerated fiber Bragg gratings in high attenuation fibers. It can provide flow rate measurements up to 800 °C with compensation for ambient temperature variations.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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