3 edition of Optical design found in the catalog.
Max J. Riedl
This text is written for engineers and scientists who have some experience in the field of optics and want to know more about the details and derivations of equations used in optical design. Organized by topic, the book begins with the fundamental law of geometrical optics, Snell"s law of refraction, and states the paraxial ray trace equations, then moves on to thin lenses and increasingly more sophisticated components and multi-element systems. Each topic is covered in depth and provides comprehensive information on performance and limitations. While the text is based on general optical laws, special emphasis has been placed on the two major infrared regions--the mid-wave (MWIR) and the long-wave (LWIR). This is particularly important with regard to diffractive hybrids, which have found their place in these long wavelength areas for the correction of chromatic aberrations and athermalization. Comments relating to single-point diamond turning have also been included because this process is predominantly used to produce optical elements for the infrared regions.
|Statement||Max J. Riedl.|
|Series||Tutorial texts series -- v. TT84, Tutorial texts in optical engineering -- v. TT 84.|
|LC Classifications||QC372.2.D4 R54 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 170 p. :|
|Number of Pages||170|
|LC Control Number||2009022688|
The large numerical aperture of a microscope is essential for small spot size and high brightness; however, the large numerical aperture also presents difficult issues in optical design and fabrication. This book provides a foundation for developing design expertise through education, practice, and exploration. Optical Engineering and Design. Lens Design Fundamentals by Rudolf Kingslake (Academic Press, ) Covers fundamentals needed by working designers. Elements of Modern Optical Design by Donald O'Shea (Wiley-Interscience, ) Excellent college-level text with good explanations and a practical orientation.
Overview This book is an up to date, introductory treatment of geometrical optics, from the point of view of the future optics practitioner. The principles of gaussian optics and first-order layout and design are emphasized, based on the tracing of two Brand: Oxford University Press, USA. Modern Optical Engineering The Design of Optical Systems Warren J. Smith Chief Scientist, Kaiser Electro-Optics Inc. Carisbad, California and Consultant in Optics and Design Third Edition McGraw-Hill New York San Francisco Washington, D.C. Auckland Bogotá Caracas Lisbon London Madrid Mexico City Milan Montreal New Delhi San Juan Singapore.
Because the optical design process is historically (and quite practically) closely related to ray optics, this book is intended as a companion to the Field Guide to Geometrical Optics, in which first-order optics, thin lenses, and basic optical systems are treated in more detail. Note that this compact reference is not a substitute for a. Optical engineers working in lens design will find this book an invaluable guide to lens design in traditional and emerging areas of application; it is also suited to advanced undergraduate or graduate course in lens design principles and as a self-learning tutorial and reference for .
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"Excellent Broad Optical Resource" - by Ohtochooseaname (SAN JOSE, CA, United States) This book provides an excellent starting point for most optical system designs, as well as a good set of foundational material.
Being able to have this book on my phone as a quick reference has replaced most of the "Field Guide" books I once used. (16). "This is a new edition of a book that has been used in the course of lens design by the authors for many years. So it covers many aspects of optics taking in the progress in the individual field.
Also the authors are trying to make the students of the course changing the order of materials as well as adding new ones."Cited by: Book Description The Art and Science of Optical Design is a comprehensive introduction to lens design, covering the fundamental physical principles and key engineering issues/5(2).
About the Author George Seward is a consultant in optical design. His instruments are known for easy assembly and consistent performance.
His mathematical models define configurations for maximum by: Modern Lens Design is an excellent textbook in optical design using personal computer software.
Even though there has been much progress in optical design software since the book was written, the principles are by: Optical system design examples updated to include newly available glasses; 25 new design examples; This comprehensive book combines basic theory and practical details for the design of optical systems.
It is an invaluable reference for optical students as well as scientists and engineers working with optical instrumentation. " Optical Design for Visual Systems contains very little heavy mathematics, making it very fast to read.
The text contains lots of data and examples. Although being a relatively short book, after reading it I found myself returning to the book many times to verify my interpretations of it or to compare performances.
This book demonstrates how to design an optical system using Synopsys CODE V ®, a full-featured optical design program that has a command line interface. The complete design process (from lens definition to the description and evaluation of lens errors on to the improvement of lens performance) will be developed and illustrated using the program.
Book Description This book provides a functional overview of electronics and an appreciation for how knowledge of electronics can enhance optical engineering projects. The first six chapters focus on a wide range of circuits that are fundamental to understanding and.
OPTICAL DESIGN TECHNIQUES FIGURE 2 For systems with inﬁnitely distant objects, as shown in Fig. 2, the following equations for the focal length and focus distance are useful: f A B 5 f A f B / (f A 1 f B 2 d) (5) f A B 5 f A 1 f B 2 d f A f B (6) B 5 f A B (f A 2 d) / f A (7) F 5 f A B (f B 2 d) / f B (8) h 9 5 f A B tan u p (9) where f A B is the focal length of the combination, f A File Size: KB.
Lens design Fundamentals (Rudolf Kingslake), Applied Optics and Optical Design Part 1 and Part 2 (A. Conrady), Modern Lens Design (Warren J. Smith), and Optical system design (Robert Fischer), Introduction to Lens Design: With Practical Zemax Examples (Joseph Geary), are all great books, just to name a few.
This is an Ultimate Guide of lens design forms, the optical systems that are used in our world. The basic lens design forms are in here, and we can take a deep look into the development of lens design.
But the not all the lens designs are simple lenses, we will look at newer and important lens design forms as well. The history of optical design has engendered theoretical work originating in different countries, and using different nomenclature and sign conventions.
Michael Kidger was adept at selecting topics that would be useful in the mainstream of optical design, reducing theory to the essentials and rewriting it using a common nomenclature and sign convention.3/5(1).
A textbook for elementary optical design that treats lasers, modulators, and scanners as part of the design process. Moves from the simplest concepts in optics to a basic understanding of ray tracing in optical systems, the components of those systems, and the process by which a design 5/5(2).
DESCRIPTION This book provides all the essential and best elements of Kidger's many courses taught worldwide on lens and optical design.
It is written in a direct style that is compact, logical, and to the point--a tutorial in the best sense of the word. "I read my copy late last year and read it straight through, cover to cover. Detailing design methods for a variety of lens forms, this book shows that fixed focus and zoom lenses can be optimized, starting from plane-parallel surfaces, in a brief time on a modern fast PC compared to traditional tools that require many days or weeks of tedious work.
Learn advanced optical design techniques from the field's most respected guide. Honed for more than 20 years in an SPIE professional course taught by renowned optical systems designer Robert E. Fischer, Optical System Design, Second Edition brings you the latest cutting-edge design techniques and more than detailed diagrams that clearly illustrate every major procedure in optical design.
'Opto-Mechanical Systems Design, Third Edition (Optical Science and Engineering) ', Paul Yoder [ISBN: ]: The author covers a significant set of relevant issues for opto-mechanical engineers in this book - from mounting principles through choices of materials for different tasks.
The book is an excellent resource for mechanical and. This book is written for engineers and scientists who have some experience in the field of optics and want to know more about the details and derivations of equations used in optical design. Such knowledge is especially valuable in the layout stages of an optical system, when the question is "Where shall I begin?".
Optical System Design covers the basic knowledge of optics and the flow of light through an optical system.
This book is organized into 16 chapters that deal with various components of an optical system, from light and images to spectroscopic apparatus.
The book first discusses the simple components of an optical system, including its light. However, a lack of reference books on optical design (imaging and illumination) for biomedical imaging has led to some inefficient systems.
This book fills the gap between biomedical optics and optical design by addressing the fundamentals of biomedical optics and optical engineering, and biomedical imaging systems.Learn advanced optical design techniques from the field's most respected guide.
Honed for more than 20 years in an SPIE professional course taught by renowned optical systems designer Robert E. Fischer, Optical System Design, Second Edition brings you the latest cutting-edge design techniques and more than detailed diagrams that clearly illustrate every major procedure in optical design.4/5(15).
Learn advanced optical design techniques from the field's most respected guide Honed for more than 20 years in an SPIE professional course taught by renowned optical systems designer Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements /5(6).