PD IEC/TR 62048:2011 - Optical fibres. Reliability. Power law theory

PD IEC/TR 62048:2011

Optical fibres. Reliability. Power law theory

Status : Revised, Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : August 2011 Replaced By : PD IEC/TR 62048:2014

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IEC/TR 62048:2011(E) gives formulae to estimate the reliability of a fibre under a constant service stress. It is based on a power law for crack growth which is derived empirically. Reliability is expressed as an expected lifetime or as an expected failure rate. The main changes with respect to the previous edition are:


- correction to the FIT equation in addition to all call-outs and derivations;


- insertion of a new section explaining how to numerically calculate bends and tension;


- editorial corrections of inconsistencies.




Standard NumberPD IEC/TR 62048:2011
TitleOptical fibres. Reliability. Power law theory
StatusRevised, Superseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date31 August 2011
Withdrawn Date28 February 2014
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByPD IEC/TR 62048:2014
ReplacesPD IEC TR 62048:2002
International RelationshipsIEC TR 62048:2011,IEC TR 62048:2002
DescriptorsMathematical calculations, Stress, Optical fibres, Fibre optics, Reliability, Fatigue testing, Fatigue, Formulae (mathematics), Mechanical testing, Life (durability)
ICS33.180.10
CommitteeGEL/86/1
ISBN978 0 580 72640 8
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages70
File Size1.538 MB
Price£254.00


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