The focus of this paper is to compare and contrast the cable construction differences between sensing applications and traditional telecommunications applications, review the significant design considerations for the associated application and outline several current design challenges necessary to enable reliable cable deployments.
A new class of novel optical fiber structure were designed for improved use in harsh environments typical o...
Other content in this Stream
This application note evaluates the pertinent underwater application requirements, operational risk factors and practical service life of cables that are directly influenced by a number of elements.
Demonstration of low attenuation metal-coated optical fiber and cable capable of withstanding temperatures up to 500°C. Performance will be validated by using a DTS instrument to measure temperature.
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.
Inside of many subsea umbilical cables, optical fiber data communications is needed to monitor fluid flow rate, pressure and temperature at a subsea wellhead.
Choose the connector with features important to you. As the only company capable of providing every termination option, AFL let’s you be the termination expert.
Traditional Downhole Cables are designed to be rugged and durable for optimal performance in wellbore completions with severe mechanical loads, elevated temperatures, and production fluids.
Research update on the suite of optical sensors for monitoring pressure and temperature in enhanced geothermal systems (EGS) that is also applicable to oil and gas wells.
Field-installable connectors provide a convenient method for terminating fiber optic cable at remote job site locations.
The recently released Fujikura PCS-100 is a novel stripping tool for removing polyimide coating from optical fibers.
Optical fibers have been used in the petroleum industry for years and in this paper we demonstrate improved reliability of recently developed hermetic, high operating temperature optical fiber.
Optical fibers with improved hermeticity, strength and chemical resistance are presented.
A new class of novel optical fiber structure were designed for improved use in harsh environments typical of oil and gas applications.
This is a technology that allows the measurement of strain and temperature along a passive fiber optic element or waveguide path over long distances utilizing the phenomenon of Brillouin Scattering.
Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) is a technology that allows the measurement of temperature along a passive fiber optic element.
AFL's Sidewinder Rapid Cable Deployment System eases the deployment of tactical fiber optic cables by greatly reducing handling and set up time for portable deployment and retrieval in field.
This video covers the differences in the cable prepping procedures of stainless steel tube designs and plastic buffer tube designs.
Five instructional videos for AFL's FASTConnect® connectors.