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Dynamic Two-Axis Curvature Measurement using Multicore Fiber Bragg Gratings

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Abstract

Two-axis curvature measurement is presented using Bragg gratings in a four-core optical fiber. Dynamic differential strains between core pairs were measured using arrayed waveguide gratings to track arbitrary free vibration of a cantilever.

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