Nanophotonics and Nanostructured Fiber Sensors [Hardback]

A.B. Maity(Author)

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ISBN: 9781783325436 | Published by: Alpha Science | Year of Publication: 2021 | 400p, H9.5 x W6.25,
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Nanophotonics and Nanostructured Fiber Sensors

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This book is written in such a way that it can supplement all necessary information of nanophotonic principles /processes, nanophotonic devices, nanostructured / nano-engineered optical fibers, nanostructured fiber-optic sensing systems, etc.; which are highly usable for various industries - starting from mechanical, solar / nuclear power to oil and biochemical or even under the sea as well as space applications through online measurements of various measurands like temperature, pressure, strain, vibration, fluid flow, fluid level, rotation, acceleration, current, pH, humidity, UV /IR radiation, nuclear radiation, toxic gas and many more.

The book covers all latest developments of nanophotonic devices as well as nanostructured fiber-optic sensor systems. Moreover, all necessary nanophotonic processes of nanostructured fiber-optic sensor systems and components (e.g. nanostructured sensors / nanostructured light sources (i.e., LED, laser, display devices, etc.) / nano photodetectors, / nano switch / nano modulator / nano-optical fiber etc.) are discussed in a lucid manner, so that learners, i.e., UG / PG students (of nanotechnology, nanophotonics, nano-sensor systems, nanostructured fiber-optic sensor system, etc.) in different Photonic Engineering / Photonic Physics / Applied Physics) or relevant industrial technical experts find it most user-friendly Text / Reference book.

Each chapter of the proposed book is also supplemented by solved numerical problems, probable question banks and summary sheet at a glance for better understanding as well as application of the thoughts / systems for practical uses.

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