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Correlation between the flaw size and distribution of pre and post prooftest level of draw abraded fiber

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By Sudipta Bhaumik, Sterlite Optical Technologies Limited, India
2002
 
The mechanical reliability of single mode optical fiber is determined by the presence of surface flaws, such as atmosphere particles during drawing operations, that can cause abrasion damage. Prooftesting is a common technique used to ensure minimum strength of the fiber. This paper uses various tests to describe the relation between the size and distribution of pre and post proof test flaws of draw-abraded fibers.
  
 
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