Robertson, PA and Ludden, BP (1997) Fibre optic distributed sensor system for condition monitoring of synthetic ropes. IEE Colloquium (Digest). ISSN 0963-3308Full text not available from this repository.
Reliability of the measuring devices is very important problem. Optical fibre sensors are very efficient. The use of optical fibre sensors for monitoring the physical and chemical parameters has been expanding over resent years. These sensors are applied for monitoring the structural integrity of long, parallel lay synthetic ropes. Such ropes are corrosion free, however, their operational lifetime under cyclic load is not well understood and premature failure can occur due to slippage and breakage of yarns within the rope. The monitoring system has been proposed which is based on acoustic detection of yarn breakage. Monitoring the strain and temperature is performed using the array of fibre gratings distributed along the rope length.
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|Date Deposited:||04 Feb 2015 23:08|
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