9 November 2016 Structural-optical integrated analysis on the large aperture mirror with active mounting
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Abstract
Deformation of the large aperture mirror caused by the external environment load seriously affects the optical performance of the optical system, and there is a limit to develop the shape quality of large aperture mirror with traditional mounting method. It is effective way to reduce the optical mirror distortion with active support method, and the structural-optical integrated method is the effective means to assess the merits of the mounting for large aperture mirror. Firstly, we proposes a new support scheme that uses specific boundary constraints on the large lens edges and imposes flexible torque to resist deformation induced by gravity to improve surface quantity of large aperture mirror. We calculate distortion of the large aperture mirror at the edges of the flexible torque respectively with the finite element method; secondly, we extract distortion value within clear aperture of the mirror with MATLAB, solve the corresponding Zernike polynomial coefficients; lastly, we obtain the peak-valley value (PV) and root mean square value (RMS) with optical-structural integrated analysis . The results for the 690x400x100mm mirror show that PV and RMS values within the clear aperture with 0.4MPa torques than the case without applying a flexible torque reduces 82.7% and 72.9% respectively. The active mounting on the edge of the large aperture mirror can greatly improve the surface quality of the large aperture mirror.
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Zhiyuan Ren, Zhiyuan Ren, Jianqiang Zhu, Jianqiang Zhu, Zhigang Liu, Zhigang Liu, } "Structural-optical integrated analysis on the large aperture mirror with active mounting", Proc. SPIE 10016, High-Power Lasers and Applications VIII, 100161C (9 November 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2244648; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2244648
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