1 February 1976 Practical Electro-Optic Deflection Measurements System
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This paper describes an electro-optic displacement measurement system which measures both angular and lateral displacements simultaneously. The system consists of a CW laser, lenses, interference filters, beam splitter, and a position-sensing photodiode. The use of the described system has been checked and verified by use in an actual system. The system was used to measure flexure of a ship in a variety of different sea states and the results of these measurements are discussed along with the design criteria.
L. D. Hutcheson, L. D. Hutcheson, } "Practical Electro-Optic Deflection Measurements System," Optical Engineering 15(1), 150161 (1 February 1976). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971910 . Submission:
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