Strain measurement

The mechanical properties of fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) strain sensors in ultra-low temperature environments are very important for structural health monitoring (SHM) in the aerospace field. In this paper, two kinds of FBG temperature sensors and strain sensors were fabricated by femtosecond laser technology and ultrasonic metallization packaging process. The strain transfer mechanism, microstructure behavior, and macroscopic mechanical properties of the FBG strain sensors were discussed in detail and the corresponding theoretical models were constructed.


Several pathological phenomena are closely associated with mechanical properties of vessel and interactions of blood flow–wall dynamics. However, conventional techniques cannot easily measure these features. In this study, new deep learning-based simultaneous measurement of flow–wall dynamics (DL-SFW) is proposed by devising integrated neural network for super-resolved localization and vessel wall segmentation and combining with tissue motion measurement technique and flow velocimetry.