Warren Smith's Modern Optical Engineering (4th Edition) PDF
By Warren Smith
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Long-established because the definitive optics textual content and reference, Modern Optical Engineering has been thoroughly revised and up to date to equip you with all of the most modern optical and lens advances. The Fourth variation now includes state of the art info on optical engineering concept, layout, and perform, together with new chapters on ray tracing, optical approach layout, and third-order aberration conception.
Written via the well known optical scientist Warren J. Smith, this state of the art advisor presents unsurpassed insurance of photo formation, uncomplicated optical units, picture assessment, fabrication and checking out tools, and extra. complete and updated, Modern Optical Engineering positive factors: • the most recent details on optical engineering thought, layout, and perform • Over one hundred fifty targeted illustrations • New to this variation: new insurance of ray tracing, optical method layout, and third-order aberration thought; new lens designs; new optical layout software program; and new difficulties and workouts
Inside This up-to-date Optical Engineering Classic
• picture formation • Aberrations • Prisms and mirrors • the attention • Stops and apertures • Optical fabrics • Interference coatings • Radiometry and photometry • simple optical units • Optical platforms • Ray tracing • Third-order aberration thought • photograph review • layout of optical platforms • forty four lens designs • Optics fabrication and trying out
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3 Image Position and Size When the cardinal points of an optical system are known, the location and size of the image formed by the optical system can be readily determined. In Fig. 3, the focal points F1 and F2 and the principal points P1 and P2 of an optical system are shown; the object which the system is to image is shown as the arrow AO. Ray OB, parallel to the system axis, will pass through the second focal point F2; the refraction will appear to have occurred at the second principal plane.
14) By rearranging we can get an expression which bears a marked similarity to Eq. 4 and Eq. 15a) Paraxial Optics and Calculations 39 These two equations are useful when the quantity of interest is the distance l′. 15b) In Sec. 2 we noted that the power of an optical system was the reciprocal of its effective focal length. In Eq. 15a the term (n′ Ϫ n)/R is the power of the surface. A surface with positive power will bend (converge) a ray toward the axis; a negative-power surface will bend (diverge) a ray away from the axis.
4. 5 Optical Systems Not Immersed in Air If the object and image are not in air, as assumed in the preceding paragraphs, the following equations should be used instead of the standard expressions of Eqs. 9. Assume an optical system with an object-side medium of index n, and an image-side medium of index n′. 10a) The focal lengths can be determined by a ray-tracing calculation, just as with an air-immersed system. For example, f′ ϭ Ϫy1/u′k (see Eq. 19). 15) Focal point to nodal point distance equals the other focal length.
Modern Optical Engineering (4th Edition) by Warren Smith