26 April 2016 Subaperture method for aspheric surface metrology using curvature data
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We present a profilometry for measuring aspheric surface, which determines the curvature from the sub-aperture topography along two orthogonal directions and then reconstructs the entire surface profile from the measured curvature data. The entire surface was divided into a number of sub-apertures with overlapping zones. Each sub-aperture was measured using white-light scanning interferometry to avoid any optical alignment error along an optical axis. Simulation studies are also presented based on the mathematical model. The proposed mathematical model was also experimentally tested on freeform surfaces using white-light scanning interferometry under deveolpment.
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SeongWon Lee, SeongWon Lee, WooKyung Jeon, WooKyung Jeon, TaeJin Park, TaeJin Park, ByoungChang Kim, ByoungChang Kim, GeonHee Kim, GeonHee Kim, SangWon Hyun, SangWon Hyun, IJong Kim, IJong Kim, Seunghyun Kim, Seunghyun Kim, ChangKyu Kim, ChangKyu Kim, HyungSuk Lee, HyungSuk Lee, "Subaperture method for aspheric surface metrology using curvature data", Proc. SPIE 9890, Optical Micro- and Nanometrology VI, 989018 (26 April 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2227961; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2227961
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