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Field Guide to Optomechanical Design and Analysis
商品コード: 9780819491619

Field Guide to Optomechanical Design and Analysis

販売価格(税込) 4,830 円
ポイント: 48 Pt
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Katie Schwertz; Jim Burge
168 pages; Spiral Bound
2012/8/1
FG26

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Optomechanics is a field of mechanics that addresses the specific design challenges associated with optical systems. Intended for practicing optical and mechanical engineers whose work involves both fields, this SPIE Field Guide describes how to mount optical components, as well as how to analyze a given design. Common issues involved with mounting optical components are discussed, including stress, glass strength, thermal effects, vibration, and errors due to motion. This handy reference also has a useful collection of material properties for glasses, metals, and adhesives, along with guidelines for tolerancing optics and machined parts.

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Glossary of Symbols and Acronyms
Image Motion and Orientation
 Optical Effects of Mechanical Motion
 Lens and Mirror Motion
 Plane Parallel Plate
 General Image-Motion Equations
 Image Motion Example
 Rigid Body Rotation
 Quantifying Pointing Error
 Image Orientation
 Mirror Matrices
 Mirror Rotation Matrices
 Cone Intersecting a Plane
Stress, Strain, and Material Strength
 Stress and Strain
 Strain-vs-Stress Curve
 Safety Factor
 Glass Strength
 Stress Birefringence
Precision Positioning
 Kinematic Constraint
 Example Constraints and Degrees of Freedom
 Semi-Kinematic Design
 Issues with Point Contacts
 More on Point Contacts
 Precision Motion
 Stage Terminology
 Linear Stages
 Rotation and Tilt Stages
 Errors in Stage Motion
Precision Fastening and Adjustments
 Standard Hardware
 Example Screws
 Fastener Strength
 Tightening Torque
 Adjusters
 Differential Screws and Shims
 Liquid Pinning
 Electronic Drivers
 Flexures
 Stiffness Relations for Single-Strip Flexures
 Parallel Leaf Strip Flexures
 Stiffness Relations for Parallel Leaf Strip Flexures
 Notch Hinge Flexures
 Adhesives
 Adhesive Properties
 Adhesive Thickness and Shape Factor
 Thermal Stress
 Choice of Bond Size and Thickness
Mounting of Optical Components
 Lens Mounts: Off the Shelf
 More Off-the-Shelf Lens Mounts
 Lens Mounting: Custom
 Calculating Torque and Clearance
 Potting a Lens with Adhesive
 Clamped Flange Mount
 Lens Barrel Assemblies
 Lens Barrel Assembly Types
 More Lens Barrel Assembly Types
 Surface-Contact Interfaces
 More Surface-Contact Interfaces
 Prism Types
 More Prism Types
 Image-Rotation Prisms
 Image-Erection Prisms
 Prism and Beamsplitter Mounting
 Thin-Wedge Systems
 Window Mounting
 Domes
 Dome Strength
 Small-Mirror Mounts: Off the Shelf
 Small-Mirror Mounts: Adhesives and Clamping
 Small-Mirror Mounts: Tangent Flexure and Hub
 Mirror Substrates
 More on Mirror Substrates
 Mirror Substrate Examples
 Large-Mirror Mounting: Lateral Supports
 Large-Mirror Mounting: Point Supports
 Large-Mirror Mounting: Active Supports
 Self-Weight Deflection: General
 Self-Weight Deflection: Thin Plates
 Self-Weight Deflection: Parametric Model
 Lightweighting Mirrors
 Flexural Rigidity of Lightweighted Mirrors
Design Considerations and Analysis
 RMS, P-V, and Slope Specifications
 Finite Element Analysis
 Vibration
 Damping Factor
 Isolation
 System Acceleration and Displacement
 Thermal Effects
 More Thermal Effects
 Heat Flow
 Air Index of Refraction
 Athermalization
 Passive Athermalization
 Active Athermalization
 Determining Thermally Induced Stress
 Alignment
 Optical and Mechanical Axis of a Lens
 Alignment Tools
Tolerancing
 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
 GD&T Terminology
 GD&T Symbology
 ISO 10110 Standard
Appendices
 Tolerance Guides
 Clean-Room Classifications
 Shipping Environments: Vibration
 Shipping Environments: Drop Heights
 Unit Conversions
 Cost and Performance Tradeoffs for Linear Stages
 Torque Charts
 Adhesive Properties
 Glass Properties
 Metal Properties
Equation Summary
Glossary
Bibliography
Index

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