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Simultaneous Dynamic-Strain and Temperature Monitoring Using a Wavelength-Multiplexed Fibre-Fabry-Perôt Array with Low-Coherence Interrogation

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In-fibre Bragg gratings (FBGs) are currently being evaluated as sensors for a variety of applications, such as structural health monitoring of bridges [1], strain monitoring in advanced composites [2,3] and temperature changes inside the human body when subjected to treatment such as laser ablation [4].

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