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Journal of Optics

, Volume 47, Issue 4, pp 475–480 | Cite as

Current sensing by magnetic shielding of high birefringent fibre

  • Devasis Haldar
Research Article

Abstract

Power coupling due to Faraday rotation effect in high birefringent optical fibre is a function of periodicity of field spacing. This idea has been explored to design a new current sensor which is geometrically highly versatile and does not require special design of busbars. The approach used is one of periodic magnetic shielding. This paper provides a description about such a sensor. Formation of such a sensor in practical environment is also stated. For comparison of efficacy of shielding, the same sensor is tried over a simple prototype busbar. In addition, a detailed theoretical analysis for temperature dependence of such a sensor is also given.

Keywords

High birefringent fibre Solenoid Ferrite beads Busbar Curie temperatute 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.SRM UniversityModi NagarIndia

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