Handbook of Optical Systems, Aberration Theory and Correction of Optical Systems
Wiley, Apr 9, 2007 - Science - 780 pages
Written by industrial experts, this six-volume, full-color handbook provides a comprehensive introduction to the calculation, layout and understanding of optical systems, combining for the first time theoretical aspects of optical modeling with practical optical design.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
achromat algorithm aplanatic approximation aspherical surface astigmatism axial color beam bending calculated cemented chief ray chromatic aberrations coma compensation components constraints correction corresponding criterion curves defined defocus depends deviation diameter diffractive element distance distortion effect equation example field finite focal length formula Gaussian geometrical given glass ideal image plane image quality indicated intensity distribution lateral color lenses linear marginal ray matrix merit function method mirror modulation transfer function numerical aperture on-axis optical axis optical design optical system optical transfer function optimization parameters paraxial performance Petzval curvature phase point spread function polynomials prism Proc pupil radii radius refractive index rms value sagittal secondary spectrum Seidel setup shown in figure shows solution spatial frequency spherical aberration SPIE stop position Strehl ratio surface contributions symmetry tangential thickness tilt tion tolerances transverse aberration vector wave aberration wavefront wavelength Zernike coefficients Zernike polynomials zero