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Reflectors for uniform far-field irradiance: fundamental limits and example of an axisymmetric solution
Nonrotationally symmetric nonimaging systems that overcome the flux-transfer performance limit imposed by skewness conservation
Practical application of nonimaging collectors to obtain uniform irradiance on targets at a finite distance
Method of conception and use of calculation tools for optimization of visible and IR systems to increase efficiency and reduce ghost image and scattering effects
Design and fabrication of a dielectric total internal reflecting concentrator and associated flux extractor for extremely high-temperature (2500 K) applications
Consequences of etendue and skewness conservation for nonimaging devices with inhomogeneous sources and targets