More fiberoptic sensors needed by Navy, says NIST

Nov. 1, 1994
A National Institute of Standards and Technology report, entitled Optical Fiber Sensors: Accelerating Applications in Navy Ships, recommends that the US Navy work with industry to adapt offtheshelf or dualuse technology for shipboard opticalfiber sensors. Proliferation of sensors for monitoring and controlling shipboard machinery, maintenance, and damage assessment has pushed the navy into considering using fiberoptic sensors because they are not affected by electrical interference. The report f

More fiberoptic sensors needed by Navy, says NIST

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