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000164743 245__ $$aInelastic Scatterings and Applications to Distributed Sensing
000164743 260__ $$aLausanne, Switzerland$$bEPFL Press, distributed by CRC Press$$c2011
000164743 269__ $$a2011
000164743 336__ $$aBook Chapters
000164743 490__ $$aEngineering Sciences
000164743 500__ $$aChapter 9
000164743 520__ $$aInelastic scatterings turn out to occupy an essential place in sensing applications, since they simply require a plain optical fibre as sensing element, with no special preparation. They give rise to energy and momentum transfers with the fibre material and make thus possible to access to material properties other than the simple optical linear response. In addition, inelastic scatterings can exist in a stimulated flavour that gives rise to dynamic couplings between all the waves involved in the interaction. This way efficient energy transfers between optical waves can be realized via the intercession of material vibrations to eventually generate optical amplification.
000164743 700__ $$0240503$$aThévenaz, Luc$$g106544
000164743 700__ $$0240503$$aThévenaz, Luc$$g106544
000164743 773__ $$q263-307$$tAdvanced Fiber Optics - Concepts and Technology
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