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Residual strain measurements during the curing cycle of composite materials using polarization properties of in-fibre bragg gratings

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Due to the anisotropic and non-homogeneous nature of their components, the manufacturing process of composite materials may cause the appearance of significant residual strains and stresses during the curing cycle. We propose to follow the evolution of the polarization dependent loss peaks (amplitude and wavelength) of fibre Bragg gratings during the manufacturing of the composite material to highlight the residual strains appearance and also the shrinkage of the resin during polymerisation.
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SENSORS, STRESSES

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Kinet, Damien, Nicolas Lammens, Karima Chah, Geert Luyckx, Christophe Caucheteur, Joris Degrieck, and Patrice Mégret. 2012. “Residual Strain Measurements During the Curing Cycle of Composite Materials Using Polarization Properties of In-fibre Bragg Gratings.” In OPTICAL MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES FOR STRUCTURES & SYSTEMS2 (OPTIMESS2012), ed. Joris Dirckx and Jan Buytaert, 185–193. Antwerp, Belgium: Shaker Publishing BV.
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Kinet, D., Lammens, N., Chah, K., Luyckx, G., Caucheteur, C., Degrieck, J., & Mégret, P. (2012). Residual strain measurements during the curing cycle of composite materials using polarization properties of in-fibre bragg gratings. In Joris Dirckx & J. Buytaert (Eds.), OPTICAL MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES FOR STRUCTURES & SYSTEMS2 (OPTIMESS2012) (pp. 185–193). Presented at the 5th International Conference on Optical Measurement Techniques for Structures and Systems (OPTIMESS - 2012), Antwerp, Belgium: Shaker Publishing BV.
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Kinet D, Lammens N, Chah K, Luyckx G, Caucheteur C, Degrieck J, et al. Residual strain measurements during the curing cycle of composite materials using polarization properties of in-fibre bragg gratings. In: Dirckx J, Buytaert J, editors. OPTICAL MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES FOR STRUCTURES & SYSTEMS2 (OPTIMESS2012). Antwerp, Belgium: Shaker Publishing BV; 2012. p. 185–93.
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Kinet, Damien, Nicolas Lammens, Karima Chah, et al. “Residual Strain Measurements During the Curing Cycle of Composite Materials Using Polarization Properties of In-fibre Bragg Gratings.” OPTICAL MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES FOR STRUCTURES & SYSTEMS2 (OPTIMESS2012). Ed. Joris Dirckx & Jan Buytaert. Antwerp, Belgium: Shaker Publishing BV, 2012. 185–193. Print.
@inproceedings{3127135,
  abstract     = {Due to the anisotropic and non-homogeneous nature of their components, the manufacturing process of composite materials may cause the appearance of significant residual strains and stresses during the curing cycle. We propose to follow the evolution of the polarization dependent loss peaks (amplitude and wavelength) of fibre Bragg gratings during the manufacturing of the composite material to highlight the residual strains appearance and also the shrinkage of the resin during polymerisation.},
  author       = {Kinet, Damien and Lammens, Nicolas and Chah, Karima and Luyckx, Geert and Caucheteur, Christophe and Degrieck, Joris and M{\'e}gret, Patrice},
  booktitle    = {OPTICAL MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES FOR STRUCTURES \& SYSTEMS2 (OPTIMESS2012)},
  editor       = {Dirckx, Joris and Buytaert, Jan},
  isbn         = {9789042304192},
  keyword      = {SENSORS,STRESSES},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Antwerp, Belgium},
  pages        = {185--193},
  publisher    = {Shaker Publishing BV},
  title        = {Residual strain measurements during the curing cycle of composite materials using polarization properties of in-fibre bragg gratings},
  year         = {2012},
}

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