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published: 01.04.2012

Newsletter April 2012

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Incorporating continuous strain and temperature monitoring along the length of a power umbilical gives information on condition and fatigue, how easy is it to integrate the optical fiber sensor to withstand the rigors of manufacturing?
"Distributed Fiber Optic Strain and Temperature Sensor for Subsea Umbilical" is being presented jointly with Aker Solutions at ISOPE (22nd International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference) Greece, June 17−22, 2012

www.isope2012.org


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OMNISENS AT THE WORLD GAS CONFERENCE, KUALA LUMPUR

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Come and meet us (Booth 8200) and find out about the most recent developments in pipeline integrity monitoring, leak and ground movement detection.
www.omnisens.com/ditest/3411-pipelines-pim.php

www.wgc2012.com
Kuala Lumpur, 4-8th June 2012


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LATEST FILM RELEASE FOR ENERGY AND UMBILICAL CABLE ENGINEERS EVERYWHERE!

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How does fiber optic distributed temperature sensing monitor power cables and umbilicals for hot and cold spots, and why that is so useful?
This video (about 4 minutes) explains all.
We hope you enjoy it, and would appreciate your feedback.

Click here to see the video


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LATEST BOOK RELEASE!

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"Distributed Brillouin Sensor Application to Structural Failure Detection" is a chapter written by Fabien Ravet in the recently published "New Developments in Sensing Technology for Structural Health Monitoring" edited by Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhay, published by Springer.

www.springer.com/engineering/signals/book/978-3-642-21098-3