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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Opto-mechanical Response Of A Suspended-slab-core Optical Fiber|
|Abstract:||In this paper we report the numerical evaluation of the opto-mechanical response of a microstructured optical fiber design when submitted to hydrostatic pressure. The fiber was built in silica and is composed of two large holes surrounding a wide thin flat region (suspended-slab-core) that is able to support optical propagating modes. A full-vector finite element program was used to the stress-optical analysis. The opto-mechanical sensitivity of such fiber was evaluated under two schemes of applied hydrostatic pressure. © American Institute of Physics.|
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