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Photonic Crystal Fibre Sensor for High Temperature Energy Environment

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Abstract

We present an integrated sensor for high temperature environments based on a photonic crystal fibre. Being all-silica it can measure parameters, such as strain, gas concentration and temperature up to the material softening point (>1000°C).

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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