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Shape sensing for pipe structures by inverse finite element method based on distributed fiber-optic sensors

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Abstract

This paper proposed a method using inverse finite element method to estimate displacement of bending deflection of pipe from strain measured by fiber-optic sensor. Pipe shape was estimated in a high accuracy in simulation.

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