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Structural sensors for use in cryogenic environments Daniele Inaudi, CTO. SMARTEC SA. Part of Roctest Group / Nova Metrix World’s largest supplier of structural health monitoring systems World’s largest supplier of fiber optic sensors Offices in Canada, US, Switzerland, UK, France

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smartec sa
SMARTEC SA
  • Part of Roctest Group / Nova Metrix
  • World’s largest supplier of structural health monitoring systems
  • World’s largest supplier of fiber optic sensors
  • Offices in Canada, US, Switzerland, UK, France
  • Supply of sensing HW and SW components, SHM systems and associated services
  • Experience in sensing for cryogenic and radiation environments: CERN, ITER, instrumentation of superconductive magnets, LNG tanks and pipelines, nuclear power plants, nuclear waste disposal
fiber optic sensors why
Fiber optic Sensors: Why?
  • Small size
  • Great variety in the measurable parameters
  • Distributed and Multiplexed topologies
  • Insensitive to external perturbations
  • Reliability in demanding environments
  • Long-distance remote monitoring
  • Compatible with data-transmission network
fiber optic sensor types
Fiber Optic Sensor Types

Point Sensor:

Sensoptic (Fabry-Pérot)

Quasi distributed (multiplexed):

MuST (FBG)

Long base:

SOFO

Distributed: DiTest / DiTemp (Brillouin and Raman)

distributed sensing

Temp. [°C]

Position [m]

F

F

Strain [me]

Position [m]

Distributed Sensing

Reading Unit

T1

Distributed Sensor

0m

T2

1m

100m

T1

1000m

e

T2

e

20km

iter projects
ITER projects
  • Qualification and production of fiber-optic sensors for the monitoring of superconductive magnets:
    • Strain
    • Small displacement (contact)
    • Large displacement (contact)
    • Laser-distance-meters: contactless displacement
    • Point temperatures
    • Distributed temperatures
qualification for cryogenic conditions
Qualification for cryogenic conditions

Strain and Displacement sensors welded on test support during test at nytrogen temperature

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Thank you for your attention

Thank you for your attention

For more information

www.roctest-group.com

daniele.inaudi@smartec.ch