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Title

Harsh-environment-resistant OH-vibrations-sensitive mid-infrared water-ice photonic sensor

AuthorsMartínez, Javier ; Ródenas, A.; Stake, A.; travería, M.; Aguiló, Magdalena; Solís Céspedes, Javier ; Osellame, R.; Tanaka, T.; Berton, B.; Kimura, S.; Rehfeld, N.; Díaz, Francesc
KeywordsSensors
Mid‐infrared
Ice
Harsh environments
Water
Issue Date13-Jun-2017
PublisherWiley-VCH
CitationAdvanced Materials Technologies 2 (2017)
AbstractState-of-the-art ultrahigh-sensitivity photonic sensing schemes rely on exposing the evanescent field of tightly confined light to the environment. Yet, this renders an inherent fragility to the device, and since adding a protective layer disables light exposure, there exists a technology gap for highly sensitive harsh-environment-resistant surface photonic sensors. Here, a novel type of mid-infrared waveguide sensors is reported which exploit vibrational resonance-driven directional coupling effects besides absorption, with optical sensing elements that can be buried (≈1–10 µm) and resist systematic exposure to industrial environments without failure. A harsh-environment-resistant, fiber-coupled, surface sensor for monitoring the structural phase of water (liquid-supercooled-solid), as well as the type of ice microstructure (clear rime), is shown. It is demonstrated how this type of sensor can be designed to detect ice layers with nanometric (≈100 nm) to microscopic (≈30 µm or higher) thicknesses, and the first experimental tests both in optical laboratory and in icing wind tunnel inflight aircraft simulation tests are reported.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1002/admt.201700085
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/163511
Identifiersdoi: 10.1002/admt.201700085
issn: 2365-709X
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