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technique of optical instrument design.

Ronald John Bracey

technique of optical instrument design.

by Ronald John Bracey

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Published by EnglishUniversities Press in London .
Written in English


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SeriesApplied physics guides
The Physical Object
Pagination316p.,ill.,23cm
Number of Pages316
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19281566M

  Opto-Mechanical Systems Design, Fourth Edition is different in many ways from its three earlier editions: coauthor Daniel Vukobratovich has brought his broad expertise in materials, opto-mechanical design, analysis of optical instruments, large mirrors, and structures to bear throughout the book; Jan Nijenhuis has contributed a comprehensive new chapter on kinematics and applications of. Theory and Practice of Optics and Refraction in its fourth edition continues to be a part of Modern System of Ophthalmology (MSO) Series. Without altering the basic text and layout, each chapter in this edition has been thoroughly revised to keep abreast with newer concepts and principles of optics and refraction involved in investigative as well as treatment modalities evolved over the period.

The development of optical fibers and light guides has enormously broadened the scope of optical techniques. Light sources for use in instruments are grouped under two headings: conventional or incoherent sources and laser or coherent sources. Modern Optical Engineering The Design of Optical Systems Warren J. Smith Chief Scientist, Kaiser Electro-Optics Inc. Optical instruments—Design and construction. I. Title. TSS55 Design Technique viii Contents. Automatic Design by Electronic Computer Practical Considerations Bibliography

Book Description. Opto-Mechanical Systems Design, Fourth Edition is different in many ways from its three earlier editions: coauthor Daniel Vukobratovich has brought his broad expertise in materials, opto-mechanical design, analysis of optical instruments, large mirrors, and structures to bear throughout the book; Jan Nijenhuis has contributed a comprehensive new chapter on kinematics and. The talk will focus on bonding techniques for metallic and non-metallic, amorphous and crystalline materials, emphasizing on the development and application chain from bonding geometry design, optimization by simulation of stress and the resulting birefringent or laser-optical performance, and practical issues of processing and equipment when.


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OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: xiii, pages: illustrations, charts ; 22 cm. Contents: Chapter 1: Introductory survey.

--Chapter 2: The Use of ray tracesChapter 3: Wave theory and the general laws concerning asymmetrical aberrationsChapter 4: Analysis and control of the axial aberrationsChapter 5: Analysis and control of the general field aberrations.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bracey, R.J. Technique of optical instrument design. London, English Universities Press, [, ©]. A designer and constructor of optical instruments, including telescopes, he is well known for his books, including Optical Shop Testing, which has been translated into several languages.

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The CD-ROM included with this book contains two Microsoft Excel worksheets that allow convenient use of the many equations (metric amd Emglish units) used in the by: OPTICAL DESIGN TECHNIQUES FIGURE 5 3 2. 6 MAGNIFIERS AND MICROSCOPES The conventional definition of magnifying power for either a magnifier or microscope compares the angular size of the image with the angular size of the object when the object is y iewed from a (con y entional) distance of 10 inches.

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Topics include biomedical instrumentation and basic and advanced interferometry. Optical metrology is discussed, including point and full-field methods. This text examines the various ways in which prisms and small mirrors typically are designed and mounted in optical instruments.

It provides analytical tools for evaluating different designs, and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of various techniques. The book, in part, is an outgrowth of SPIE short courses taught by the author and is a companion to his volume ""Mounting Lenses.

context. For our purposes, in understanding how optical instruments work, the wave theory of light is entirely adequate. Features of a wave We’ll consider the simple case of a sine wave in 1 dimension, as shown in Figure The distance between successive wave fronts is the wavelength.

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