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DISTRIBUTED MONITORING OF SOIL AND GROUNDWATER DURING IN-SITU THERMAL REMEDIATION USING FIBER OPTIC SENSORS
Alemohammad, H., A. Azhari, and R. Liang.
Biotech, Biomaterials and Biomedical: TechConnect Briefs 3:258-260(2017)

A network of distributed fiber optic sensors was implemented to monitor the distribution of soil and groundwater temperature and the level of groundwater in several in situ thermal remediation projects. The unique advantages of fiber optic was leveraged through the development of transducers for distributed sensing of temperature and pressure, which are critical performance parameters for assessing the efficiency of any in situ thermal remediation process. https://briefs.techconnect.org/wp-content/volumes/TCB2017v3/pdf/835.pdf



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