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Jerzy Karol Kowalski

Jerzy Karol Kowalski
Elproma Electronics · Science Department

Ph.D.
FOSREM - from Sky across Ground up to Underground. The innovative, autonomous system for monitoring mining even

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Additional affiliations
May 2017 - present
Elproma Elektronika sp. z o.o.
Position
  • Managing Director
Education
January 1986 - December 1989
Military University of Technology
Field of study
  • FACULITY OF ELECTRONICS
October 1978 - June 1983
Warsaw University of Technology
Field of study
  • FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

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Publications (32)
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The paper presents historical perspective of fibre-optic seismographs designed and constructed at the Institute of Applied Physics at Military University of Technology, Poland based on the so-called minimum configuration of fibre-optic gyroscope. The briefly presented history, which originated in the 1998 by the system named GS-13P, laid solid foun...
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Rotational seismology is one of the fastest developing fields of science nowadays with strongly recognized significance. Capability of monitoring rotational ground motions represents a crucial aspect of improving civil safety and efficiency of seismological data gathering. The correct sensing network selection is very important for reliable data ac...
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Interest in measuring displacement gradients, such as rotation and strain, is growing in many areas of geophysical research. This results in an urgent demand for reliable and field-deployable instruments measuring these quantities. In order to further establish a high-quality standard for rotation and strain measurements in seismology, we organized...
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The paper presents initial data obtained during international scientific research which has involved more than 40 various rotational sensors in one place. Authors gathered data by three different optical fiber sensors and show their records correlation.
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Measurements of artificial events can substantially confirm the data validity of constructed rotational sensors, as well as provide methods for simplifying the measurement process. The above task, especially with international cooperation, can provide full-field measurement results of the target object, which can deliver more significant data and s...
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Construction, laboratory tests as well as the first field application of a new fibre-optic rotational seismograph is presented. The system based on fibre-optic gyroscope (FOG) with measured Angle Random Walk on range 10−8 rad/Sqrt(s) and a few rad/s maximum detectable amplitude of rotation in frequency range from DC to 328.12 Hz designed it for rot...
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In order to meet new directions of research in the field of rotational seismology, a registration of rotation phenomena from mining seismic shocks was carried out by two interferometric optical systems. Applied instruments are based on the Sagnac effect and measure the rotation rate in a direct way. Systems have a wide measuring range both in case...
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The paper presents construction and laboratory tests, as well as the first field application of a new fiber-optic rotational seismograph. The system is based on a fiber-optic gyroscope (FOG), with determined Angle Random Walk of the order of 10−8 rad/Sqrt(s) and a few rad/s maximum detectable amplitude of rotation in the frequency range from direct...
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The paper presents construction, laboratory tests as well as the first field application of a new fiber-optic rotational seismograph. The system based on fiber-optic gyroscope (FOG) with determined Angle Random Walk of the order of 10-8 rad/Sqrt(s) and a few rad/s maximum detectable amplitude of rotation in the frequency range from DC to 328.12 Hz....
Conference Paper
In order to meet new directions of research in the field of a rotational seismology, a registration of rotation phenomena from mining seismic shocks was carried out by two correlated interferometric optical systems.
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Rotational seismology caused high interest in the investigation on rotational movements generated by earthquakes, mines and existing in engineering structures. The most oppressive aspect of the research in this field are technical requirements for sensors. They have to be extremely sensitive, as well as possess an extremely wide dynamic range of op...
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Starting with descriptions of rotational seismology, areas of interest and historical field measurements, the fundamental requirements for rotational seismometers for seismological and engineering application are formulated. On the above basis, a review of all existing rotational seismometers is presented with a description of the principles of the...
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The main objective of this work is to characterize the performance of an interferometric fibre sensor which has been designed in order to register rotational phenomena, both in seismological observatories and engineering constructions. It is based on a well-known Sagnac effect which enables to detect one-axis rotational motions in a direct way and...
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We present a novel and technically advanced system – Fibre-Optic System for Rotational Events & Phenomena Monitoring (FOSREM). It has been designed in order to register and monitor rotational events in seismological observatories, engineering constructions, mines and even on glaciers and in their vicinity. Its wide application field is a result of...
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DEMETRA aims to be a prototype of an European time dissemination service, based on the timing signal of the European Galileo system, adding particular features like - among the others - certification, calibration, or integrity, that could be of interest to a wide range of users belonging to different sectors as traffic control, energy distribution,...
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DEMETRA (DEMonstrator of EGNSS services based on Time Reference Architecture) is a project co-funded by the EU through the research and innovation programme 'Horizon 2020'. The DEMETRA project started in January 2015 and lasts 24 months. Based on the current practice of national metrological laboratories, identifying the additional necessities of t...
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This paper reviews our expertise with construction, investigation and simulation of the fibre optic interferometric device named FOSREM (Fibre-Optic System for Rotational Events and Phenomena Monitoring). The presented device was designed for a direct monitoring of rotational components emitted during seismic events as well as existing in irregular...
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In this article we show a fibre-optic device based on the Sagnac effect designed for measuring rotational motions which appear during seismic events. The experimental investigations of presented Autonomous Fiber-Optical Rotational Seismographs indicate that such devices keep the accuracy no less than 5.1·10-9 to 5.5·10-8 rad/s in the frequency band...
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We outline the development and the application in a field test of the Autonomous Fibre-Optic Rotational Seismograph (AFORS), which utilizes the Sagnac effect for a direct measurement of the seismic-origin rotations of the ground. The main advantage of AFORS is its complete insensitivity to linear motions, as well as a direct measurement of rotation...
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We outline the development and application of the Autonomous Fibre-Optic Rotational Seismograph (AFORS), which utilizes the Sagnac effect for a direct measurement of seismic rotation. The main advantage of AFORS is it complete insensitivity to linear motions as well as a direct measurement of rotational components emitted during seismic events. The...
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We outline the research leading to development of the Autonomous Fibre-Optic Rotational Seismograph (AFORS) and describe the final version of the instrument. The instrument with linear changes of sensitivity keeps accuracy from 5.1 × 10−9 to 5.5 × 10−8 rad/s in the detection bandpass 1.66–212.30 Hz; it is designed for a direct measurement of rotati...
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The paper presents a new telemetric system for direct measurement and investigation the rotational components exist in seismic events. The FORS - fiber optic rotational seismometer and seismographs constructed on the base of the Sagnac interferometer are the elements of the system. The special construction of the system protects their elements remo...
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Pulseoximetry is the simplest and the most reliable screening test for diagnosing of Respiratory Disorders During Sleep. Assessment of blood saturation with oxygen is a basic parameter to determine the degree of SAS (Sleep Apnea Syndrome) progression. The authors describe the conventional, but also their own newly developed methods for pulseoximetr...

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