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27 February 1980 Erosion Resistant Infrared Windows: Thermal, Mechanical And Optical Aspects Of Composite Designs
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Abstract
Segmented composite panes are proposed to improve the durability of infrared windows for high-speed aircraft. Prototype designs using silicon and zinc selenide are outlined. Effects on system MTF, mechanical reliability and erosion resistance are discussed.
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Perry A. Miles and Randal W. Tustison "Erosion Resistant Infrared Windows: Thermal, Mechanical And Optical Aspects Of Composite Designs", Proc. SPIE 0204, Physical Properties of Optical Materials, (27 February 1980); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.958153
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