Demodulation and Vibration Signal Systems for Photonic Fiber Optic Pressure Sensor

Authors: Aliya Kalizhanova, Murat Kunelbayev, Waldemar Wojcik, Ainur Kozbakova, Baydaulet Urmashev, Assiyat Akhustova

Abstract: The article describes the optical elements of signal demodulation and polling systems from photonic pressure sensors on inclined fiber Bragg gratings, which are often used to measure the refractive index (RI). A new design of a photonic fiber-optic Bragg pressure sensor with an inclined lattice has been developed, which is connected to standard multimode fibers with an inclined Bragg lattice connected to a metal diaphragm, which is a deformed inclined cantilever. The light source is polarized using the first polarizer and directed to the photonic crystal fiber in such a way as to excite multimode fibers. In this work, a method was developed for determining the optical elements of the spectral contour length system, which consists of setting the cut-off wavelength and then determining the accompanying refractive index. An experimental study determined the curve of the chain length change in the set. To process random signals, the spatial correlation method is used in combination with an approach to digital images based on the number of lanes and the direction of movement. The experimental results differ from the theoretical ones by about 4%. The developed correlation method reflects frequency as well as randomness, it is used in the photographic process together with the image correction given in this document.

Pages: 1-8

DOI: 10.46300/9104.2024.18.1

International Journal of Mechanics, E-ISSN: 1998-4448, Volume 18, 2024, Art. #1