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HYDROPHONES BASED ON INTERFEROMETRIC FIBER-OPTIC SENSORS WITH APPLICATIONS IN PHOTOACOUSTICS
Amanda Salas
GEMINIANO DONACIANO MARTINEZ PONCE
Acceso Abierto
Atribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas
Biomedical imaging
Hydrophones
Photoacoustic imaging reconstruction
Fiber optics sensors
"Biomedical imaging used for medical diagnosis constantly requires improvement in the characteristics for imaging devices. The sensing devices are one of the most important pieces to improve in order to get images with better quality. In this thesis, it is proposed the use of interferometric fiber-optic sensors (which offer the advantages inherent to optical fibers) as devices to detect pressure/acoustic signals generated by the photoacoustic effect. It is explored the capability of using fiber-optic interferometric hydrophones in order to determine the thickness of a material derived from the acoustic signal generated when a sample is illuminated. In addition, the analysis of photoacoustic signals generated by the excitation of nanoparticles of an anisotropic material as absorption centers. Finally, the cross-section of a metallic sample was photoacoustically imaged by acquiring the pressure signals generated."
2017-08
Tesis de maestría
Inglés
León, Guanajuato
Público en general
Salas Caridad, (2017). "Hydrophones based on interferometric fiber-optic sensors with applications in photoacoustics". Tesis de Maestría en Optomecatrónica. Centro de Investigaciones en Óptica, A.C. León, Guanajuato. 90 pp.
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