5 edition of Optical design fundamentals for infrared systems found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Max J. Riedl.|
|Series||Tutorial texts in optical engineering -- TT 48.|
|LC Classifications||TS514 .R53 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 182 p. :|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||00068758|
The refracted ray or transmitted ray corresponding to a given incident ray represents the light that is transmitted through the surface. Diverging and converging waves -- 4. Typical IR detectors. Energy distribution -- 9. The Stefan-Boltzmann law; 1. Immersion lenses; 2.
Continuing to focus on fundamental methods and procedures of lens design, this revision by R. He published numerous papers and has been awarded many patents. Domes -- 5. The presentation then moves on to specific detector technologiesand the fundamental mechanisms of detection, paying specialattention to responsivity and noise performance. New chapters address wave aberrations, thermal effects, design examples, and diamond turning. Riedl has worked in the field of mathematical and optical instruments for decades and holds numerous patents for mechanical, optical, and electro-optical devices.
A separate chapter is devoted to modulation transfer function, a spatial-frequency-domain description of image quality. Click here to close this overlay, or press the "Escape" key on your keyboard. This appendix is included not only for the insights contained therein, but also to provide lens prescription data to serve as potential starting points for future design activity. Introduction -- 3. The chapter Thermal Effects deals with methods of designing athermats, lenses that compensate for the undesired results caused by temperature excursions.
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Chapter 1 presents overall system considerations involved in establishing the requirements for an application that includes an optical system as one of its elements.
Rudolf Kingslake was a founding faculty member of the Institute of Optics at The University of Rochester and remained teaching until Out Of Stock Overview In this second edition, author Max Riedl has expanded and updated the information found in his popular tutorial to reflect changes in technology and applications that have occurred in the past decade.
Throughout, the book includes a wealth of design examples, illustrations, and equations, most of which are derived from basic principles. Barry Johnson has been involved for over 40 years in lens design, optical systems design, and electro-optical systems engineering.
A definition of the analysis categories is to be found in Chapter 2. The first six chapters focus onfundamental background issues of radiation detection, beginningwith the basics of geometrical optics and finishing with adiscussion of the figures of merit used for describing thesignal-to-noise performance of a detector system.
Appendices supply additional background information. Wien's displacement law; 1. Introduction -- 9. Supported and clarified by illustrations and accompanied by an extensive glossary of the nomenclature, this is an excellent text for graduate and senior level courses in radiometry and infrared detectors.
Basic assumptions for the high-and low temperature applications -- 6. Techniques for overcoming the limitations of resolution of FPAs at higher spatial frequencies are discussed in this section. A native of Germany, Riedl held technical and business leadership positions during the 45 years he lived in the United States.
Variable constituents; 1. Wave aberrations -- 4. The angle between the surface normal and the reflected ray is known as the angle of reflection. Modulation transfer function -- References -- Chapter Surface finish -- This appendix is included not only for the insights contained therein, but also to provide lens prescription data to serve as potential starting points for future design activity.
There are substantive additions to the topics in the table of contents. Other topicsinclude radiometry and flux-transfer issues, basicradiation-detector mechanisms, and random-processmathematics.Presents a comprehensive introduction to the selection, operation, and testing of infrared devices, including a description of modern detector assemblies and their operation This book discusses how to use and test infrared and visible detectors.
The book provides a convenient reference for those entering the field of IR detector design, test or use, those who work in the peripheral areas, and Author: John David Vincent.
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