Mechanism and Sensitivity of Fe-C Coated Long Period Fiber Grating Sensors for Steel Corrosion Monitoring of RC Structures
The mechanism and sensitivity of long period fiber gratings (LPFG) corrosion sensor, which is made by coating LPFG with an inner layer of silver and an outer layer of Fe-C, are investigated in this study. Two silver and three Fe-C thicknesses were considered. Results indicate that a linear relationship is present between the change in the resonant wavelength and the mass loss of the outer Fe-C layer within certain ranges. The corrosion sensitivity and service life of LPFG corrosion sensor depend on the thickness of both silver and Fe-C layers.
Y. Chen et al., "Mechanism and Sensitivity of Fe-C Coated Long Period Fiber Grating Sensors for Steel Corrosion Monitoring of RC Structures," Corrosion Science, vol. 127, pp. 70-81, Elsevier Ltd, Oct 2017.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.corsci.2017.08.021
Materials Science and Engineering
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
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Keywords and Phrases
EIS; Iron; Pitting Corrosion; Rust; SEM; Sputtered Films; Scanning Electron Microscopy; Silver; Steel Fibers; Corrosion Monitoring; Corrosion Sensor; Linear Relationships; Long Period Fiber Grating; RC Structure; Resonant Wavelengths; Diffraction Gratings
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