27 September 1999 Static and dynamic responses of an ultrathin adaptive secondary mirror
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We present the results of a compete set of static and dynamic runs of the FEA model of the MMT adaptive secondary. The thin mirror is the most delicate component of the MMT adaptive secondary unit, as it provides the deformable optical surface able to correct the incoming wavefront. The static performances are evaluated as a function of the various load cases arising form gravitational loads and from the forces deriving from the magnetic interactions between actuators. In addition, computations were performed to assess the dynamic response to the high bandwidth, adaptive correcting force.s In both cases, the performances of the adaptive mirror design are able to accommodate the severe specifications.
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Ciro Del Vecchio, Ciro Del Vecchio, Guido Brusa-Zappellini, Guido Brusa-Zappellini, Daniele Gallieni, Daniele Gallieni, Michael Lloyd-Hart, Michael Lloyd-Hart, Warren B. Davison, Warren B. Davison, } "Static and dynamic responses of an ultrathin adaptive secondary mirror", Proc. SPIE 3762, Adaptive Optics Systems and Technology, (27 September 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.363590; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.363590


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