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30 September 2003 The simulation of the behavior of lenses in the telecentric incident beam
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The paper is focused on the behavioral simulation of the mineral and organic lenses, defined by geometric characteristics (the accumulation radius, thickness, diameter) [2] and material characteristics, for a certain incident wavelength [2]. The simulation provides a picture of the ray-tracing for the second and third reflection/refraction. At the same time, the user can display the print of a ray on a normal plane related to optical axis direction. The authors designed the simulation program, aimed to evaluate the wounded through the multiple reflections in the spectre available for chosen material. On this way, the disparity of a certain parameter will influence the transference through lenses for some radiation or spectre. The paper is designed to be used in optics, to shape the refractive/reflective components, and can predict the useful diameter of lenses, diaphragms or aperture stop; the paper is a guide for qualified professors to simulate the route of telecentric fascicle, after multiple reflection and refraction, to illustrate Snell’s law, all of them by changing the optical and geometrical characteristic of lenses.
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Dana Rizescu, Aurelian Ovidius Trufasu, and Ciprian G Rizescu "The simulation of the behavior of lenses in the telecentric incident beam", Proc. SPIE 5227, Advanced Topics in Optoelectronics, Microelectronics, and Nanotechnologies, (30 September 2003); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.519795
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