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Author Smith, Warren J.

Title Modern optical engineering : the design of optical systems / Warren J. Smith.

Published New York ; London : McGraw Hill, [2000]
©2000

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 UniM ERC  621.36 SMIT    AVAILABLE
 UniM ERC  621.36 SMIT  (IBM)    IN WORKROOM
Edition 3rd ed.
Physical description xvii, 617 pages ; 24 cm + 1 computer laser optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
Series Optical engineering.
Optical engineering.
Notes Previous ed.: 1990.
One CD-ROM in pocket attached to inside back cover.
Published in conjunction with SPIE Press.
At head of title: Optical engineering.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Chapter 1. General Principles 1 -- 1.1 Electromagnetic Spectrum 1 -- 1.2 Light Wave Propagation 2 -- 1.3 Snell's Law of Refraction 5 -- 1.4 Action of Simple Lenses and Prisms on Wave Fronts 8 -- 1.5 Interference and Diffraction 11 -- 1.6 Photoelectric Effect 16 -- Chapter 2. Image Formation (First-Order Optics) 21 -- 2.2 Cardinal Points of an Optical System 22 -- 2.3 Image Position and Size 24 -- 2.4 Refraction of a Light Ray at a Single Surface 30 -- 2.5 Paraxial Region 32 -- 2.6 Paraxial Raytracing through Several Surfaces 34 -- 2.7 Calculation of the Focal Points and Principal Points 39 -- 2.8 "Thin Lens" 42 -- 2.9 Mirrors 43 -- 2.10 Systems of Separated Components 45 -- 2.11 Optical Invariant 49 -- 2.12 Matrix Optics 54 -- 2.13 Y-ybar Diagram 55 -- 2.14 Scheimpflug Condition 55 -- 2.15 Summary of Sign Conventions 57 -- Chapter 3. Aberrations 61 -- 3.2 Aberration Polynomial and the Seidel Aberrations 62 -- 3.3 Chromatic Aberrations 72 -- 3.4 Effect of Lens Shape and Stop Postion on the Aberrations 73 -- 3.5 Aberration Variation with Aperture and Field 77 -- 3.6 Optical Path Difference (Wave Front Aberrations) 79 -- 3.7 Aberration Correction and Residuals 80 -- 3.8 Ray Intercept Curves and the "Orders" of Aberrations 83 -- Chapter 4. Prisms and Mirrors 91 -- 4.2 Dispersing Prisms 91 -- 4.3 "Thin" Prism 92 -- 4.4 Minimum Deviation 94 -- 4.5 Achromatic Prism and the Direct Vision Prism 94 -- 4.6 Total Internal Reflection 96 -- 4.7 Reflection from a Plane Surface 97 -- 4.8 Plane Parallel Plates 100 -- 4.9 Right-Angle Prism 104 -- 4.10 Roof Prism 107 -- 4.11 Erecting Prism Systems 108 -- 4.12 Inversion Prisms 111 -- 4.13 Penta Prism 113 -- 4.14 Rhomboids and Beam Splitters 114 -- 4.15 Plane Mirrors 116 -- 4.16 Design of Prism and Reflector Systems 117 -- 4.17 Analysis of Fabrication Errors 122 -- Chapter 5. Eye 125 -- 5.2 Structure of the Eye 126 -- 5.3 Characteristics of the Eye 128 -- 5.4 Defects of the Eye 134 -- Chapter 6. Stops and Apertures 141 -- 6.2 Aperture Stop and Pupils 142 -- 6.3 Field Stop 143 -- 6.4 Vignetting 143 -- 6.5 Glare Stops, Cold Stops, and Baffles 147 -- 6.6 Telecentric Stop 150 -- 6.7 Apertures and Image Illumination--f-Number and Cosine-Fourth 151 -- 6.8 Depth of Focus 154 -- 6.9 Diffraction Effects of Apertures 157 -- 6.10 Resolution of Optical Systems 160 -- 6.11 Diffraction of a Gaussian (Laser) Beam 163 -- 6.12 Fourier Transform Lens and Spatial Filtering 168 -- Chapter 7. Optical Materials and Interference Coatings 173 -- 7.1 Reflection, Absorption, Dispersion 173 -- 7.2 Optical Glass 178 -- 7.3 Special Glasses 183 -- 7.4 Crystalline Materials 187 -- 7.5 Plastic Optical Materials 188 -- 7.6 Absorption Filters 192 -- 7.7 Diffusing Materials and Projection Screens 195 -- 7.8 Polarizing Materials 198 -- 7.9 Dielectric Reflection and Interference Filters 200 -- 7.10 Reflectors 209 -- 7.11 Reticles 211 -- 7.12 Cements and Liquids 213 -- Chapter 8. Radiometry and Photometry 219 -- 8.2 Inverse Square Law; Intensity 220 -- 8.3 Radiance and Lambert's Law 221 -- 8.4 Radiation into a Hemisphere 222 -- 8.5 Irradiance Produced by a Diffuse Source 223 -- 8.6 Radiometry of Images; The Conservation of Radiance 225 -- 8.7 Spectral Radiometry 230 -- 8.8 Black Body Radiation 231 -- 8.9 Photometry 237 -- 8.10 Illumination Devices 243 -- Chapter 9. Basic Optical Devices 251 -- 9.1 Telescopes, Afocal Systems 251 -- 9.2 Field Lenses and Relay Stystems 255 -- 9.3 Exit Pupils, The Eye and Resolution 257 -- 9.4 Simple Microscope or Magnifier 267 -- 9.5 Compound Microscope 269 -- 9.6 Rangefinders 271 -- 9.7 Radiometer and Detector Optics 274 -- 9.8 Fiber Optics 281 -- 9.9 Anamorphic Systems 287 -- 9.10 Variable Power (Zoom) Systems 291 -- 9.11 Diffractive Surface 296 -- Chapter 10. Optical Computation 301 -- 10.2 Paraxial Rays 302 -- 10.3 Meridional Rays 304 -- 10.4 General, or Skew, Rays: Spherical Surfaces 308 -- 10.5 General, or Skew, Rays: Aspheric Surfaces 312 -- 10.6 Coddington's Equations 317 -- 10.7 Aberration Determination 321 -- 10.8 Third-Order Aberrations: Surface Contributions 328 -- 10.9 Third-Order Aberrations: Thin Lenses; Stop Shift Equations 335 -- Chapter 11. Image Evaluation 347 -- 11.2 Optical Path Difference: Focus Shift 348 -- 11.3 Optical Path Difference: Spherical Aberration 349 -- 11.4 Aberratin Tolerances 355 -- 11.5 Image Energy Distribution (Geometric) 360 -- 11.6 Spread Functions--Point and Line 361 -- 11.7 Geometric Spot Sizes Due to Spherical Aberration 362 -- 11.8 Modulation Transfer Function 366 -- 11.9 Computation of the Modulation Transfer Function 372 -- 11.10 Special Modulation Transfer Functions: Diffraction-Limited Systems 376 -- 11.11 Radial Energy Distribution 383 -- 11.12 Point Spread Functions for the Primary Aberrations 385 -- Chapter 12. Design of Optical Systems: General 393 -- 12.2 Simple Meniscus Camera Lens 395 -- 12.3 Symmetrical Principle 401 -- 12.4 Achromatic Telescope Objectives (Thin Lens Theory) 402 -- 12.5 Achromatic Telescope Objectives (Design Forms) 404 -- 12.6 Diffractive Surface in Lens Design 413 -- 12.7 Cooke Triplet Anastigmat 418 -- 12.8 A Generalized (Nonautomatic, Old-Fashioned) Design Technique 424 -- 12.9 Automatic Design by Electronic Computer 431 -- 12.10 Practical Considerations 435 -- Chapter 13. Design of Optical Systems: Particular 439 -- 13.1 Telescope Systems and Eyepieces 439 -- 13.2 Microscope Objectives 447 -- 13.3 Photographic Objectives 453 -- 13.4 Condenser Systems 470 -- 13.5 Reflecting Systems 474 -- 13.6 Rapid Estimation of Blur Sizes for Simple Optical Systems 491 -- Chapter 14. Some Forty Four More Lens Designs 503 -- 14.2 Designs 504 -- Chapter 15. Optics in Practice 549 -- 15.1 Optical Manufacture 549 -- 15.2 Optical Specifications and Tolerances 559 -- 15.3 Optical Mounting Techniques 575 -- 15.4 Optical Laboratory Practice 580.
Summary The optical engineering field's most widely used, benchmark book/CD, now updated to reflect an entire decade's worth of optical and lens advances. New chapter on lens design, plus sections on new types of optics: diffractive, holographic, binary, and more.
Subject Optical instruments -- Design and construction.
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