This application note provides an overview of the importance of material selection for oil and gas applications involving high temperatures in conjunction with various mechanical loadings. This highlights key areas such as metallurgy of conditioned materials, optical fiber and component interactions, and mechanical performance of metallic cable structures at elevated temperatures in conjunction with a design factor of safety.
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Visible Splice Joint
After splicing two optical fibers together the operator should make a visual inspection of the splice to en...
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Visible Splice Joint
After splicing two optical fibers together the operator should make a visual inspection of the splice to ensure that there are no bubbles or other splice defects.
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