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Optical Fiber Sensing for Asset Integrity Monitoring
When: the 3rd and 4th of November, 2016, at the University of Houston, Downtown Campus. Registration form
This 2 day course will provide participants an opportunity to master Optical Fiber Sensing Technologies and Asset Integrity Monitoring Applications. The course is dedicated to instrumentation Engineers, Facility Engineers and Asset Integrity Engineers from different industries: Construction, Oil&Gas, Nuclear and Utilities industries. Learn more
In partnership with the University of Houston, Downtown, the course is divided in two parts:
Day 1: Review of Fiber Optics Sensor Technologies
Day 2: Asset Integrity Monitoring Applications and Case Studies
Our new products
From discrete to distributed optical fiber sensors, Cementys can now provide a powerful acoustic and vibration analysis tool. Amongst the distributed sensing solutions, the brand new SensoLux Acoustic® brings the innovative world of Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) to your asset integrity management strategy. SensoLux Acoustics® can be used for Pipeline Integrity Management (PIM – such as leak detection, pig tracking and oil tapping), Third Party Intrusion (TPI), and 4D monitoring allowing you to protect and monitor the life of your assets. Used with the Cementys SensoLux TM® fiber optic cable, acoustic measurements can be enhanced with temperature (SensoLogger T®), and strain (SensoLogger M®) measurements to enhance data interpretation.
SensoLux Acoustic® technology has other applications in different industries :
Railway infrastructure : monitoring of the vibration induced by High Speed Trains, Flat wheel detection, power line monitoring.
High Power machines : vibration analysis for condition based maintenance.
Dams and Levees : MASW soil characterization and Leak Detection.
Border Control and intrusion Detection (civil and military applications)
Optical Fiber Temperature Sensor, ThermoLux® is designed to measure locally the temperature, and can be multiplexed to measure up to 25 different locations on a single channel. The measuring range is typically -30 to +80°C, and can be adaptable to almost any project (cryogenic to high temperature +280°C).
ThermoLux® sensor is composed of a sealed tube of 316L stainless steel or PTFE. An optical fiber using FBG is inserted in the tube to measure temperature. ThermoLux® is completely insensitive to electromagnetic interferences such as lightning or EM noise, and is compliant with Highly explosive environnements (Class 1 div 1).
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