Počet kreditů 5
Vyučováno v Summer
Rozsah výuky 2+2L
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The aim of the course is to introduce advanced methods of fiber optical detection based on gratings (FBG LPG), polarization, light scattering (Rayleigh, Raman, Brillouin) and interferometric approaches. It covers both analytical descriptions of the physical interactions, field distributions etc., as well as approaches to design of the detectors and measurement methodologies using fiber optic detectors with demonstration of specific applications (medical, aerospace, petrochemical, nuclear, etc.).

Requirements for obtaining assessment is an active participation in seminars, preparation of reports from measurements and passing the final test.

1. Optical fibers - types, parameters, design, overview of detection methods
2 Direct detection, optical modulators
3. Surface plasmons and fiber tapers
4. Detection based on FBG (Fiber Bragg grating) and LPG (Long-period fiber grating)
5. Detection using microstructured fibers
6. Polarization based sensors
7. Fabry-Perot interferometric sensors
8. Distributed sensors
9. Sensors based on Rayleigh scattering, OTDR, coherent OTDR
10. Raman sensors, ROTDR
11. Temperature sensors based on Brillouin effect (BOTDR), cracks detection
12. Optical gyro sensors, sensors in aviation
13. Fiber sensors for medical purposes
14. Integrated sensors in real infrastructures

1. Recapitulation of knowledge from optics
2. Simulation software BeamProp
3. Detection of liquids by refractometers
4. Optical modulators
5. Detection of stroke using Fibre Bragg Gratings
6. Mode field in optical fibers
7. BeamProp II
8. Length measurement by interferometer
9. Detection of temperature using fiber Bragg grating
10. Planar dividers
11. Optic Gyroscope
12. Communication in Visible Light
13. Seminar - preparation for test, control of measurements'reports
14. Graded assessment test

[1] Hui, R.; OSullivan, m.: Fiber Optic Measurement Techniques, Elsevier Academic Press, San Diego
[2] G. P. Agrawal, Nonlinear fiber optics, 4th ed. Amsterdam ; Boston: Elsevier / Academic Press, 2007.

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