Development of miniaturized FDM and WDM laser-doppler velocity pRofile Sensors

C. Klaucke, Katsuaki Shirai, A. Voigt, C. Bayer, T. Pfister, L. Büttner, J. Czarske, M. Eggert, H. Müller

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Abstract

We report about a novel Laser-Doppler velocity profile sensor with high spatial resolution in the micrometer range. The sensor can be used for applications in fluid mechanics, e.g. flow measurements. Miniaturized sensors are often necessary to measure outside the laboratory. One approach utilizes a diffractive optical element (DOE) in order to reduce the number of optical elements. Another approach utilizes a frequency division multiplexing, where the frequency of multiple laser diode beams are controlled and superposed. Both approaches are discussed and compared.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of 2007 International Students and Young Scientists Workshop "Photonics and Microsystems", STYSW 2007
Pages38-41
Number of pages4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2007
Externally publishedYes
Event2007 International Students and Young Scientists Workshop "Photonics and Microsystems", STYSW 2007 - Dresden, Germany
Duration: 2007 Jul 82007 Jul 10

Other

Other2007 International Students and Young Scientists Workshop "Photonics and Microsystems", STYSW 2007
CountryGermany
CityDresden
Period07/7/807/7/10

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Frequency division multiplexing
Wavelength division multiplexing
Lasers
Sensors
Diffractive optical elements
Fluid mechanics
Flow measurement
Optical devices
Semiconductor lasers

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Control and Systems Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Klaucke, C., Shirai, K., Voigt, A., Bayer, C., Pfister, T., Büttner, L., ... Müller, H. (2007). Development of miniaturized FDM and WDM laser-doppler velocity pRofile Sensors. In Proceedings of 2007 International Students and Young Scientists Workshop "Photonics and Microsystems", STYSW 2007 (pp. 38-41). [4559120] https://doi.org/10.1109/STYSW.2007.4559120

Development of miniaturized FDM and WDM laser-doppler velocity pRofile Sensors. / Klaucke, C.; Shirai, Katsuaki; Voigt, A.; Bayer, C.; Pfister, T.; Büttner, L.; Czarske, J.; Eggert, M.; Müller, H.

Proceedings of 2007 International Students and Young Scientists Workshop "Photonics and Microsystems", STYSW 2007. 2007. p. 38-41 4559120.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Klaucke, C, Shirai, K, Voigt, A, Bayer, C, Pfister, T, Büttner, L, Czarske, J, Eggert, M & Müller, H 2007, Development of miniaturized FDM and WDM laser-doppler velocity pRofile Sensors. in Proceedings of 2007 International Students and Young Scientists Workshop "Photonics and Microsystems", STYSW 2007., 4559120, pp. 38-41, 2007 International Students and Young Scientists Workshop "Photonics and Microsystems", STYSW 2007, Dresden, Germany, 07/7/8. https://doi.org/10.1109/STYSW.2007.4559120
Klaucke C, Shirai K, Voigt A, Bayer C, Pfister T, Büttner L et al. Development of miniaturized FDM and WDM laser-doppler velocity pRofile Sensors. In Proceedings of 2007 International Students and Young Scientists Workshop "Photonics and Microsystems", STYSW 2007. 2007. p. 38-41. 4559120 https://doi.org/10.1109/STYSW.2007.4559120
Klaucke, C. ; Shirai, Katsuaki ; Voigt, A. ; Bayer, C. ; Pfister, T. ; Büttner, L. ; Czarske, J. ; Eggert, M. ; Müller, H. / Development of miniaturized FDM and WDM laser-doppler velocity pRofile Sensors. Proceedings of 2007 International Students and Young Scientists Workshop "Photonics and Microsystems", STYSW 2007. 2007. pp. 38-41
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