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17 June 2009 Inspection of aspherical lenses by wavefront analysis
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Abstract
A new approach for quantifying the optical aberrations of aspherical lenses is presented. A measurement setup is developed which measures the local wavefront slopes using a motorized scanning system. The simulation results of the setup are presented in order to validate the potential of the measurement principle. Experimental results by the measurement of a commercial aspherical lens verify the theoretical investigations. Dynamic range of the measurable Zernike coefficients and Peak to Valley (P-V) wavefronts are quantified. Focal length of the aspheric lens under test is calculated from the Zernike coefficients which are determined by performing a nonlinear regression analysis for the measured slopes and the partial derivatives of the wavefront. Furthermore, 3rd order spherical aberration term of the wavefront is analyzed dependent on different wavelengths.
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Ufuk Ceyhan, Thomas Henning, Friedrich Fleischmann, and Dietmar Knipp "Inspection of aspherical lenses by wavefront analysis", Proc. SPIE 7389, Optical Measurement Systems for Industrial Inspection VI, 73893L (17 June 2009); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.834224
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