GFOC Project results: High Temperature / High Pressure, Hydrogen Tolerant Optical Fiber

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Tests results are given for exposure of multimode optical fiber to high temperatures (300 deg. C) and high partial pressure (15 bar) hydrogen. These results demonstrate that fluorine down doped optical fibers are much more hydrogen tolerant than traditional germanium doped multimode optical fibers. Also demonstrated is the similar hydrogen tolerance of carbon coated and non-carbon coated fibers. Model for reversible H2 impact in fiber versus T{sup o}C and H2 pressure is given. These results have significant impact for the longevity of use for distributed temperature sensing applications in harsh environments such as geothermal wells.

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Burov, E.; Pastouret, A.; Aldea, E.; Overton, B.; Gooijer, F. & Bergonzo, A. February 12, 2012.

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Tests results are given for exposure of multimode optical fiber to high temperatures (300 deg. C) and high partial pressure (15 bar) hydrogen. These results demonstrate that fluorine down doped optical fibers are much more hydrogen tolerant than traditional germanium doped multimode optical fibers. Also demonstrated is the similar hydrogen tolerance of carbon coated and non-carbon coated fibers. Model for reversible H2 impact in fiber versus T{sup o}C and H2 pressure is given. These results have significant impact for the longevity of use for distributed temperature sensing applications in harsh environments such as geothermal wells.

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  • Report No.: DOE/DE/EE0002786-1
  • Grant Number: EE0002786
  • Office of Scientific & Technical Information Report Number: 1037446
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc833570

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Burov, E.; Pastouret, A.; Aldea, E.; Overton, B.; Gooijer, F. & Bergonzo, A. GFOC Project results: High Temperature / High Pressure, Hydrogen Tolerant Optical Fiber, text, February 12, 2012; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc833570/: accessed June 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.