1 December 1991 Simulation of optical diagnostics for crystal growth: models and results
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Abstract
A computer simulation of a two-color holographic interferometric (TCHI) optical system was performed using a physical (wave) optics model. This model accurately simulates propagation through time-varying, 2-D or 3-D concentration and temperature fields as a wave phenomenon. The model calculates wavefront deformations that can be used to generate fringe patterns. This simulation modeled a proposed TriGlycine sulphate TGS flight experiment by propagating through the simplified onion-like refractive index distribution of the growing crystal and calculating the recorded wavefront deformation. The phase of this wavefront was used to generate sample interferograms that map index of refraction variation. Two such fringe patterns, generated at different wavelengths, were used to extract the original temperature and concentration field characteristics within the growth chamber. This proves feasibility for this TCHI crystal growth diagnostic technique. This simulation provides feedback to the experimental design process.
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Michele Ruggiero Banish, Michele Ruggiero Banish, Rodney L. Clark, Rodney L. Clark, Alan D. Kathman, Alan D. Kathman, Shelah M. Lawson, Shelah M. Lawson, } "Simulation of optical diagnostics for crystal growth: models and results", Proc. SPIE 1557, Crystal Growth in Space and Related Optical Diagnostics, (1 December 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.49600; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.49600
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