Matrix methods in optical instrument design.

by Willem Brouwer

Publisher: W.A. Benjamin in New York

Written in English
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  • Optical instruments -- Design and construction.,
  • Matrices.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 281-286.

SeriesLecture notes and supplements in physics
LC ClassificationsQC371 .B847
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 290 p.
Number of Pages290
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5888756M
LC Control Number63021984

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brouwer, Willem. Matrix methods in optical instrument design. New York, W.A. Benjamin, (OCoLC) This book is intended to familiarize the reader with the method of Gaussian matrices and some related tools of optical design.

The matrix method provides a means to study an optical system in the paraxial approximation. This text contains new results such as theorems on the design of variable optics, on integrating rods, on the optical layout of prism devices, etc. The matrix method provides a means to study an optical system in the paraxial approximation.

This text contains new results such as theorems on the design of variable optics, on integrating rods, on the optical layout of prism devices, etc.

Moreover, the field of optics has been enormously enriched by contributions from other disciplines, such as microwave physics and electrical engineering, which employ matrix methods.

Because it is. A Gerrard and J M Burch Chichester: J Wiley ppxiii + price£ The authors wish to encourage the adoption of simple matrix methods in the teaching of optics at the undergraduate and technical college level, and discuss tour main topics in this book.

After an introduction to matrix calculations, the first topic is paraxial optics, followed by optical resonators and laser beam propagation, polarization optics.

OSA | Optical Design by a Matrix Method A symmetrical optical system consists of a series of vertex to vertex intervals separating coaxial refracting or reflecting surfaces of revolution. This paper develops two types of matrices composed of constant elements, one representing intervals and the other surfaces.

For optical systems with many elements we use a systematic approach called matrix method. We follow two parameters for each ray as it progresses through the optical system.

A ray is defined by its height and its direction (the angle it makes with the optical axis). We can express y 7 and α 7 in terms of y 1 and α 1 multiplied by the transfer matrix of the system. 2/20/. Keywords: Matrix method, Matrix methods in optical instrument design.

book elements, ray tracing, eye. INTRODUCTION This article is devoted to the study of complex optical systems in the framework of geometrical optics. The ray optics is the branch of optics in which all the wave effects are neglected: the light is considered as travelling along rays which can.

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Product Description. Product Details. This book was designed to encourage the adoption of simple matrix methods in teaching optics at the undergraduate and technical college level.

Although these methods have been somewhat neglected in the past, the authors point to the economy and elegance with which, for a linear system, a wealth of input-output relations can. Matrix Methods in Paraxial Optics 16 The Ray Transfer Matrix 17 Illustrative examples 25 Cardinal points of an optical system 27 Reflection Matrix and Optical Resonators 32 Ray Optics using MATLAB 37 2.

Wave Propagation and Wave Optics Maxwell's Equations: A Review 46 Linear Wave Propagation   Clear, accessible guide requires little prior knowledge and considers just two topics: paraxial imaging and polarization.

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Starting with the human eye, the chapters discuss all systems, from telescopes and binoculars to projection, spectroscopic and illumination systems.

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The book, in part, is an outgrowth of SPIE short courses taught by the author and is a companion to his volume, 'Mounting Lenses in Optical Instruments' (SPIE PRESS Vol. TT21). The book is intended for engineers, designers, technicians, and other practitioners in the fields of optical engineering and optomechanical design.

Ray Vector and Ray Matrix. In principle, ray tracing can help us to analyze image formation in any given optical system as the rays refract or reflect at all interfaces in the optical train.

If we restrict the analysis to paraxial rays only, then such process can be described in a matrix approach. In the Feb 10 lecture, we defined a. Handbook of optics / sponsored by the Optical Society of America ; Michael Bass, editor in chief.

— 2nd ed. cm Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents: 1. Fundamentals, techniques, and design — 2 Devices measurement, and properties. ISBN X 1. Optics—Handbooks, manuals etc. Optical instruments—. 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. Lecture notes (17 pages): The matrix methods in geometrical optics can be developed in terms of three basic operators (matrices) for reflection, refraction and.

The physical principles underlying the design of optical instruments are very few in number and yet the process of design has developed to a high level of sophistication and precision.

The reason for this may be seen by comparing optical design with other disciplines of apphed physics, e.g. electronic circuit design or the design of pressure. Accessible guide to paraxial imaging and polarization: rectangular matrix arrays, paraxial imaging properties of a centered optical system, much more.

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Hardware is different. Focal Length f Focal length f determines overall length of optical train and is related to the radius of curvature (ROC) of the primary mirror/lens surface.

Power of a lens/mirror.Only small angles, so that imaging design is in terms of straight lines and two parameters, the height of a ray and the slope of the ray. Matrix method for rays: We start with a notation for specifying optics systems. z axial location of a ray.

r1 height of a ray at axial location z1. r1’ slope of a ray at axial location z1, i.e., r’ = (r/(z.