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Optofluidics, sensors and actuators in microstructured optical fibers, edited by Stavros Pissadakis and Stefano Selleri

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Optofluidics, sensors and actuators in microstructured optical fibers
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Optofluidics, sensors and actuators in microstructured optical fibers
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edited by Stavros Pissadakis and Stefano Selleri
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Combining the positive characteristics of microfluidics and optics, microstructured optical fibres (MOFs) have revolutionized the field of optoelectronics. Tailored guiding, diffractive structures and photonic band-gap effects are used to produce fibres with highly specialised, complex structures, facilitating the development of novel kinds of optical fibre sensors and actuators. Part One outlines the key materials and fabrication techniques used for microstructured optical fibres. Microfluidics and heat flows, MOF-based metamaterials, novel and liquid crystal infiltrated photonic crystal fibre (PCF) designs, MOFs filled with carbon nanotubes and melting of functional inorganic glasses inside PCFs are all reviewed. Part Two then goes on to investigate sensing and optofluidic applications, with the use of MOFs in structural sensing, sensing units and mechanical sensing explored in detail. PCF's for switching applications are then discussed before the book concludes by reviewing MOFs for specific nucleic acid detection and resonant bio- and chemical sensing
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Woodhead Publishing series in electronic and optical materials
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Optofluidics, sensors and actuators in microstructured optical fibers, edited by Stavros Pissadakis and Stefano Selleri
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Optofluidics, sensors and actuators in microstructured optical fibers, edited by Stavros Pissadakis and Stefano Selleri
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  • Front Cover; Related titles; Optofluidics, Sensors and Actuators in Microstructured Optical FibersWoodhead Publishing Series in Electronic and Optical M ... ; Copyright; Contents; List of contributors; Woodhead Publishing Series in Electronic and Optical Materials; Preface; Part 1 -- Materials and fabrication of microstructured optical fibres; 1 -- Microfluidics flow and heat transfer in microstructured fibers of circular and elliptical geometry; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Governing equations of flows along a microchannel; 1.3 Numerical results; 1.4 Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References
  • 2 -- Drawn metamaterials2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Fibre-based metamaterials; 2.3 Drawn wire array metamaterials; 2.4 Drawn magnetic metamaterials; 2.5 Applications; 2.6 Future directions-challenges and opportunities; 2.7 Conclusions; References; 3 -- Liquid crystal-infiltrated photonic crystal fibres for switching applications; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 LCs in cylindrical capillaries; 3.3 Light guidance in LC-infiltrated PCFs; 3.4 Switching components based on LC-infiltrated PCFs; 3.5 Concluding remarks; Acknowledgements; References; 4 -- Microstructured optical fiber filled with carbon nanotubes
  • 4.1 Introduction4.2 Carbon nanotubes as advanced materials for environmental monitoring; 4.3 Carbon nanotubes integration techniques with optical fibers; 4.4 Sensing probes fabrication; 4.5 Experimental results; 4.6 Conclusions; References; 5 -- Molten glass-infiltrated photonic crystal fibers; 5.1 Glassy materials: and why glass-infiltrated photonic crystal fibers (PCFs)?; 5.2 Glass-infiltrated PCFs: state of the art and fabrication techniques; 5.3 PBG guidance characteristics of composite all-glass PCFs; 5.4 Prospects and future directions; 5.5 Conclusions and final remarks; Acknowledgments
  • 7 -- Liquid crystals infiltrated photonic crystal fibers (PCFs) for electromagnetic field sensing7.1 Introduction-state of the art: photonic liquid crystal fibers for electromagnetic field sensing; 7.2 LCs infiltrated microstructured optical fibers; 7.3 Electric field-induced effects; 7.4 Optical field-induced effects; 7.5 Conclusions and research directions; Acknowledgments; References; 8 -- Polymer micro and microstructured fiber Bragg gratings: recent advancements and applications; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Polymer optical fibers; 8.3 Polymer fiber Bragg gratings
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