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Aberration and optical design theory

G. G. Sliusarev

Aberration and optical design theory

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Published by Hilger in Bristol .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Optical instruments -- Design and construction.

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    StatementG.G. Slyusarev ; translated by J.H. Dixon.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA1520
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii,661p. :
    Number of Pages661
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22603611M
    ISBN 100852743572

    The Fourth Edition now contains cutting-edge information on optical engineering theory, design, and practice, including new chapters on ray tracing, optical system design, and third-order aberration theory. Written by the renowned optical scientist Warren J. Smith, this state-of-the-art guide provides unsurpassed coverage of image formation.


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Aberration and optical design theory by G. G. Sliusarev Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is the first English translation of Professor Slyusarev's classic Russian text on the design of optical systems. In it, he treats at length certain topics which have only rarely been dealt with in the Western literature, if at all. These include anamorphotic systems, thermal effects and Cited by: The second edition of Aberration Theory Made Simple features an updated Cartesian sign convention, which is used in advanced books on geometrical optics and in optical design software.

New topics include centroid and standard deviation of ray aberrations, spot diagrams for primary aberrations, the golden rule of optical design about relying on Cited by: Theory of aberrations for a centred optical system.

Third-order aberrations in systems consisting of thin lenses. Effects of temperature variation on image quality. Optical aberration (OA) and its significance for the design of optical devices are examined theoretically in an advancead text originally published in Russian in Attention is given to anamorphotic systems, manufacturing tolerances, thermal effects, and the use of computers in optical design.

Aberration Failure of an image forming system to produce a true image; i.e. a point object as a point image. The reason of the failure is that real optical design work is based on Snell’s law which for any reasonable aperture and field is a non linear function.

Five monochromatic aberrations were recognized by File Size: KB. In this second edition of Aberration Theory Made Simple, I have updated the sign convention for Gaussian optics to the Cartesian sign convention, as used in advanced books on geometrical optics and in the optical design software programs.

The quantities such as object and image distances that are numerically negative are indicated in figuresFile Size: 5MB. The second edition of Aberration Theory Made Simple features an updated Cartesian sign convention, which is used in advanced books on geometrical optics and in optical design software.

New topics include centroid and standard deviation of ray aberrations, spot diagrams for primary aberrations, the golden rule of optical design about relying on. In optics, aberration is a property of optical systems such as lenses that causes light to be spread out over some region of space rather than focused to a point.

Aberrations cause the image formed by a lens to be blurred or distorted, with the nature of the distortion depending on the type of aberration. About this book. The state-of-the-art full-colored handbook gives a comprehensive introduction to the principles and the practice of calculation, layout, and understanding of optical systems and lens design.

this text introduces the user to the basic properties of optical systems, aberration theory, classification and characterization of. Although the subject of optical design as a branch of applied physics is over one hundred years old, the use of aberration theory has changed considerably.

Aberrations of Optical Systems covers elementary optics and aberration theory of various optical systems, including the use of nonaxially symmetric systems and diffractive optical elements in complex designs, such as head-up displays and. Title: Aberration and optical design theory: Authors: Slyusarev, G.

Publication: Bristol:, 2nd ed. Publication Date: 00/ Origin. This video introduces optical design and optical aberrations. We also assemble a custom 5x microscopy objective that has diffraction-limited performances from Thorlabs stock elements. Category. "For the optical engineer it is an indispensable work." — Journal, Optical Society of America "As a practical guide this book has no rival." — Transactions, Optical Society "A noteworthy contribution," — Nature (London) Part I covers allordinary ray-tracing methods, together with the complete theory of primary aberrations and as much of higher aberration as is needed for the design of.

Book. TOC. Actions. Share. Handbook of Optical Systems: and understanding of optical systems and lens design. Written by reputed industrial experts in the field, this text introduces the user to the basic properties of optical systems, aberration theory, classification and characterization of systems, advanced simulation models, measuring.

adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. Furthermore, a new generation of lens designers, who grew up with the computer, often consider aberration theory as an unnecessary relic from the past.

My career, by contrast, is based on the conviction that using the results of aberration theory is the only intelligent way to design optical : David Shafer. Wynne, “ A comprehensive first-order theory of chromatic aberration: Secondary spectrum correction without special glasses,” Opt.

Acta (), – Librarians Authors. This guide will tackle how lens design was done before optical design software on computers were invented, which I will call the “classic” method for lens design.

Although the calculation methods are classic, with the help of a spreadsheet, we will do a step-by-step lens design that makes all of the steps and theory make sense. This text, now in its second edition, presents the mathematical background needed to design many optical combinations that are used in astronomical telescopes and cameras.

It uses a novel approach to third-order aberration theory based on Fermat’s principle and the use of particular optical. Although the subject of optical design as a branch of applied physics is over one hundred years old, the use of aberration theory has changed considerably. Aberrations of Optical Systems covers elementary optics and aberration theory of various optical systems, including the use of nonaxially symmet.

Handbook of optical systems / Vol. Aberration theory and correction of optical systems. A Program User Interface. A Configuration and System Data. A Surface Data. A Worked Examples. A Optical Design Import and Export. A OpTaliX-PRO Capabilities. A Obtaining OpTaliX-LT. Index.

Series Title. Aberration Theory INTRODUCTION. In the preceding chapter, imaging was considered to be ideal or stigmatic. This means that rays from a point source P that pass through an optical system will converge to a point located at its Gaussian image P ′. In a like manner, the portion of wavefronts from P passing through the optical system will converge as portions of spherical wavefronts toward P.

Section Overview: Aberrations are divided into two main categories: errors that occur when polychromatic light (white light) is passed through a lens, and errors that are present when only a single wavelength (monochromatic) of light is selected references listed below contain information about the cause and correction of the most common optical aberrations encountered with.

The competent and intelligent optical design of today's state-of-the-art products requires an understanding of optical aberrations. This accessible book provides an excellent introduction to the wave theory of aberrations and will be valuable to graduate students in optical engineering, as well as to researchers and technicians in academia and industry interested in optical imaging systems.4/5(2).

Basic Wavefront Aberration Theory for Optical Metrology. The Design of Optical Systems. Book. Jan ; and probably the most influential book in optics published in the past forty years. Description: This textbook is devoted to the fundamentals of optical system design and analysis. It is part of series on applied optics covering the math and theory of the Optical phenomena.

This book starts wilh short overview of the wave optics and transitions to the theory of geometric optics and its limitations. "Even with modern 'easy-to-use' lens design software and global optimization, the understanding of aberration theory is essential to finding high-performing cost-effective design solutions.

This book not only teaches the students the basics of aberration theory but adds in the needed understanding of higher order aberrations for modern optical. This book—unique in the literature—provides readers with the mathematical background needed to design many of the optical combinations that are used in astronomical telescopes and cameras.

The results presented in the work were obtained by using a different approach to third-order aberration theory as well as the extensive use of the Brand: Birkhäuser Basel.

INTRODUCTION TO ABERRATIONS IN OPTICAL IMAGING SYSTEMS The competent and intelligent optical design of today’s state-of-the-art products requires an understanding of optical aberrations.

This accessible book provides an excellent introduction to the wave theory of aberrations and will be valuable toFile Size: KB. Spherical aberration Spherical aberration can be defined as the variation of focus with aper-ture. Figure is a somewhat exaggerated sketch of a simple lens forming an “image” of an axial object point a great distance away.

Notice that the rays close to the optical axis come to a focus (intersect the axis) very near the paraxial focus File Size: KB. The Latest Advances in Optical Engineering and Lens Technology. Long-established as the definitive optics text and reference, Modern Optical Engineering has been completely revised and updated to equip you with all the latest optical and lens advances.

The Fourth Edition now contains cutting-edge information on optical engineering theory, design, and practice, including new chapters Author: Warren J.

Smith. Fuerschbach, J. Rolland, and K. Thompson, “The ory of aberration fields for general optical systems with freeform surfaces,” Opt. Express 22(22), – (). Rogers, “Origins and fundamentals of nodal aberration theory,” in Optical Design and Fabrication   The competent and intelligent optical design of today’s state-of-the-art products requires an understanding of optical aberrations.

This accessible book provides an excellent introduction to the wave theory of aberrations and will be valuable to graduate students in optical engineering, as well as to researchers and technicians in academia and industry interested in optical imaging by: 1. BASIC WAVEFRONT ABERRATION THEORY 3 Positive OPD Positive Aberration Ideal Unaberrated Wavefront FIG.

OPD for positive aberration. Gaussian image plane, as shown in Fig. In the case of interferometric optical testing, this means that a bump on a test mirror (aberrated beam) will be represented by a bump in the OPD.

A revolutionary optical surface is the result of developments in the theory of aberrations, techniques in optical system optimization, computation speed, precision fabrication of surfaces without Author: Lakshminarayan Hazra.

This book―unique in the literature―provides readers with the mathematical background needed to design many of the optical combinations that are used in astronomical telescopes and cameras. The results presented in the work were obtained by using a different approach to third-order aberration theory as well as the extensive use of the.

Chapters: Fundamental Equations, Spherical Aberration, Physical Aspect of Optical Images, Chromatic Aberration, Design of Achromatic Object-Glasses, Extra-Axial Image Points, The Optical Sine Theorem, Trigonometric Tracing of Oblique Pencils, General Theory of Perfect Optical Systems, and Ordinary : It is named Kevin P.

Thompson Optical Design Innovator Award. The aim of the award is the following "Recognizes significant contributions to lens design, optical engineering, or metrology by an individual as evidenced by one or more of the following: innovative and rigorous research; optical system design with a foundation in aberration theory Born: October 5,Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

Key reference book on electromagnetic theory, not an introductory text. 'Aberrations of Optical Systems ', Walter Welford [ISBN: ]: Excellent exposition of aberration theory and raytracing, rather than a practical discussion of lens design.

This is the extended version that. evaluated numerically by optical design softwares. Another landmark in aberration theory is introducing Zernike polynomials. The Zernike polynomials were introduced by Frits Zernike in the early 20th century and later developed by several workers to describe the diffraction theory of aberrations [18].Author: P.

Rama Krishna, D. Karuna Sagar. A practical introductory guide to optical design covering geometrical optics, simple wave-optics and diffraction, using Excel software explains practical calculation methods for designing optical systems with fully worked-out examples and avoiding complex mathematical methods includes practical calculations for ray tracing, laser beam (Gaussian beam) focusing, and diffraction calculations; the Author: Hiroshi Nakajima.Aberration and Optical Design Theory, 作者: Slyusarev 出版社: Taylor & Francis 出版年: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: 豆瓣评分Author: Slyusarev.Handbook of Optical Systems, Volume 3: Aberration Theory and Correction of Optical Systems Herbert Gross, Hannfried Zügge, Martin Peschka, Fritz Blechinger The state-of-the-art full-colored handbook gives a comprehensive introduction to the principles and the practice of calculation, layout, and understanding of optical systems and lens design.