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The Resource Optical fiber sensors for loT and smart devices, Maria de Fátima F. Domingues, Ayman Radwan

Optical fiber sensors for loT and smart devices, Maria de Fátima F. Domingues, Ayman Radwan

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Optical fiber sensors for loT and smart devices
Title
Optical fiber sensors for loT and smart devices
Statement of responsibility
Maria de Fátima F. Domingues, Ayman Radwan
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Language
eng
Summary
This brief provides a review of the evolution of optical fiber sensing solutions and related applications. Unique production methods are presented and discussed, highlighting their evolution and analyzing their complexity. Under this scope, this brief presents the existing silica optical fiber sensors and polymer optical fiber sensors solutions, comparing its field of action (sensitivity, accuracy), complexity of manufacture and economic cost. Special attention is given to low-cost production methods. This brief evaluates the different existing techniques, assessing the accuracy and suitability of these sensors for possible Internet of Things (IoT) integration in different considered scenarios. Critical analytical techniques, also covered in this brief, are expected to play a key role in the world of IoT and the smart city of tomorrow
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Domingues, Maria de Fátima F
Dewey number
  • 004.67/8
  • 620
Index
no index present
LC call number
TK5105.8857
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1976-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Radwan, Ayman
Series statement
SpringerBriefs in electrical and computer engineering
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Internet of things
  • Intelligent sensors
  • Wireless communication systems
Label
Optical fiber sensors for loT and smart devices, Maria de Fátima F. Domingues, Ayman Radwan
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Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Brief Outline; Reading Guide; References; Acknowledgments; Contents; About the Authors; Chapter 1: Principles of Optical Fiber Sensing; 1.1 Intensity; 1.1.1 Microbending; 1.1.2 Evanescent Field; 1.1.3 Two Fiber Coupling; 1.2 Phase Interferometer; 1.2.1 Mach Zehender; 1.2.2 Michelsen; 1.2.3 Fabry Perot Interferometer; 1.2.4 Sagnac Interferometer; 1.3 Wavelength; 1.3.1 Fiber Bragg Gratings; 1.3.2 Fluorescence; 1.4 Polarization; 1.5 Distributed OFS; 1.5.1 Brillouin; 1.5.2 Rayleigh; 1.5.3 Raman; 1.6 Summary; References; Chapter 2: Silica Optical Fiber Sensors Production Methods
  • 2.1 Intensity Sensors2.1.1 Production Methods; 2.1.2 Typical Sensing Applications; 2.2 Phase Interferometer Sensors; 2.2.1 Production Methods; 2.2.2 Typical Sensing Applications; 2.3 Wavelength Sensors; 2.3.1 Production Methods; 2.3.2 Typical Sensing Applications; 2.4 Polarization Sensor; 2.4.1 Production Methods; 2.4.2 Typical Sensing Applications; 2.5 Distributed Optical Fiber Sensors; 2.5.1 Production Methods; 2.5.2 Typical Sensing Applications; 2.6 Summary; References; Chapter 3: Low Cost Silica Optical Fiber Sensors; 3.1 Cost-Effective OFS; 3.2 Cost-Effective FBGs
  • 3.3 Fiber Optic Gyroscope (FOG)-A Cost Effective Application of OFS3.4 Distributed OFS; 3.5 Interferometric Sensors; 3.6 Summary; References; Chapter 4: Polymer Optical Fiber Sensors; 4.1 Introduction to POF; 4.2 POF Characteristics; 4.3 POF Sensing Mechanisms and Applications; 4.3.1 Intensity; 4.3.2 Interferometry; 4.3.3 Distributed Sensing; 4.3.4 FBGs in POF; 4.3.5 Microstructure POF Sensors; 4.4 Summary; References; Chapter 5: Optical Fiber Sensors in IoT; 5.1 Introduction to IoT; 5.1.1 Enablers of IoT; 5.1.2 Value Proposition of IoT; 5.1.3 Sensors in IoT; 5.1.4 Fiber Sensors in IoT
  • 5.2 Smart Composite Materials and Structures5.3 Smart Wearable Devices; 5.4 eHealth Smart Applications; 5.5 Smart Cities; 5.5.1 Smart Buildings; 5.5.2 Smart Services; 5.5.3 Smart Mobility; 5.6 Summary; References; Chapter 6: Conclusion; References
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1 online resource.
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783319473499
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
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not applicable
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unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
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ocn972900333
Label
Optical fiber sensors for loT and smart devices, Maria de Fátima F. Domingues, Ayman Radwan
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Brief Outline; Reading Guide; References; Acknowledgments; Contents; About the Authors; Chapter 1: Principles of Optical Fiber Sensing; 1.1 Intensity; 1.1.1 Microbending; 1.1.2 Evanescent Field; 1.1.3 Two Fiber Coupling; 1.2 Phase Interferometer; 1.2.1 Mach Zehender; 1.2.2 Michelsen; 1.2.3 Fabry Perot Interferometer; 1.2.4 Sagnac Interferometer; 1.3 Wavelength; 1.3.1 Fiber Bragg Gratings; 1.3.2 Fluorescence; 1.4 Polarization; 1.5 Distributed OFS; 1.5.1 Brillouin; 1.5.2 Rayleigh; 1.5.3 Raman; 1.6 Summary; References; Chapter 2: Silica Optical Fiber Sensors Production Methods
  • 2.1 Intensity Sensors2.1.1 Production Methods; 2.1.2 Typical Sensing Applications; 2.2 Phase Interferometer Sensors; 2.2.1 Production Methods; 2.2.2 Typical Sensing Applications; 2.3 Wavelength Sensors; 2.3.1 Production Methods; 2.3.2 Typical Sensing Applications; 2.4 Polarization Sensor; 2.4.1 Production Methods; 2.4.2 Typical Sensing Applications; 2.5 Distributed Optical Fiber Sensors; 2.5.1 Production Methods; 2.5.2 Typical Sensing Applications; 2.6 Summary; References; Chapter 3: Low Cost Silica Optical Fiber Sensors; 3.1 Cost-Effective OFS; 3.2 Cost-Effective FBGs
  • 3.3 Fiber Optic Gyroscope (FOG)-A Cost Effective Application of OFS3.4 Distributed OFS; 3.5 Interferometric Sensors; 3.6 Summary; References; Chapter 4: Polymer Optical Fiber Sensors; 4.1 Introduction to POF; 4.2 POF Characteristics; 4.3 POF Sensing Mechanisms and Applications; 4.3.1 Intensity; 4.3.2 Interferometry; 4.3.3 Distributed Sensing; 4.3.4 FBGs in POF; 4.3.5 Microstructure POF Sensors; 4.4 Summary; References; Chapter 5: Optical Fiber Sensors in IoT; 5.1 Introduction to IoT; 5.1.1 Enablers of IoT; 5.1.2 Value Proposition of IoT; 5.1.3 Sensors in IoT; 5.1.4 Fiber Sensors in IoT
  • 5.2 Smart Composite Materials and Structures5.3 Smart Wearable Devices; 5.4 eHealth Smart Applications; 5.5 Smart Cities; 5.5.1 Smart Buildings; 5.5.2 Smart Services; 5.5.3 Smart Mobility; 5.6 Summary; References; Chapter 6: Conclusion; References
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319473499
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn972900333

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