Optical Design Fundamentals for Infrared Systems
This practical, popular 1995 tutorial has been thoroughly revised and updated, reflecting developments in technology and applications during the past decade. New chapters address wave aberrations, thermal effects, design examples, and diamond turning.
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Special Optical Surfaces and Components
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Abbe number angle angular blur spot aperture stop applied approximation aspheric astigmatism atmosphere axial chromatic aberration axial ray basic beam expander blackbody Cassegrain center wavelength coma configuration conic constant conic section correction curve detector element diameter diffraction efficiency energy entrance pupil exit pupil exit window expressed field curvature field lens field stop filter focal length germanium index of refraction indicated in Fig infrared infrared systems ISBN lens material lenses located at infinity magnification marginal minimum spherical aberration modulation transfer function object point oblique ray off-axis optical axis optical elements optical system paraxial image plane plane-parallel plate precipitable water primary mirror principal ray prism radiant emittance radiation radii reflected region relative aperture sagittal secondary mirror shaped for minimum shown in Fig silicon singlet Snell's law spherical aberration spherical mirror SPOT DIAGRAM substrate tangential target temperature thickness thin lens thin-lens third-order transmission transmitted Tutorial Texts water vapor wavelength zone