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The Evolution of Optical Fiber Sensors Technologies During the 35 Last Years and Their Applications in Structure Health Monitoring

Abstract : Since late 70s, (quasi-)distributed OFS have been developed, 12 countries producing 85% of the global effort. Since mid-80s, OFS has caught attention in many sectors where SHM is a matter of concern (civil engineering, composites, oil & gas, renewable energies, safety...). Today, OFS is became a strategic domain, especially in Asia, and China invests a lot since 7-8 years. Top 12 countries involved in SHM are, almost the same than in OFS, having published 80% of the total. Statistics proves that OFS is now the second sensing technology for SHM, and 2/3 concern the FBG sensing.
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Pierre Ferdinand. The Evolution of Optical Fiber Sensors Technologies During the 35 Last Years and Their Applications in Structure Health Monitoring. EWSHM - 7th European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, IFFSTTAR, Inria, Université de Nantes, Jul 2014, Nantes, France. ⟨hal-01021251⟩

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