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Design equations for rainbow optical landing aid
Carol A. Roberts
|Statement||Carol A. Roberts.|
|Series||NRL report -- 6199|
|Contributions||Naval Research Laboratory (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 16 p. :|
|Number of Pages||16|
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But this can be far from true. Having discussed materials, manufacturing methods, and design guidelines in the previous chapters, we now present several design examples.
The examples are intended to show several different design considerations, such as using a diffractive surface for color correction, the trade between number of lenses and performance, and the effect of the selection of probability distributions of tolerances.
Presents an extensive discussion of the human visual system from the perspective of an experienced optical engineer and lens designer. Combines clear explanations and examples with relevant data to help readers understand the basic workings of the human eye and its performance limits, its function.
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Shaw Montana State University Cooke Triplet Review of design technique: 3 lens powers + 2 airspaces used to control Axial and lateral color, Petzval curvature, focal length, and desired airspace ratio. 3 lens bendings used to File Size: KB.Thin Lens Equation: 1/f = (n-1)(1/R 1 – 1/R 2) = (n-1)(C 1- C 2) For R 1= R 2 = R 1/f = (n-1)(2/R) F=R (n =) R 2= inf 1/f = (n-1)(1/R) F=2R (n =) or R = f/2.
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