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    Lens Design Fundamentals

    ISBN-10: 012374301X
    ISBN-13: 9780123743015
    Author(s): Rudolf Kingslake, R. Barry Johnson
    Description: This book provides the skills and knowledge to develop practical lenses needed for the ever emerging variety of 21st-century applications. Continuing to focus on fundamental methods and procedures of lens design, this revision of a classic  More...
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    Edition: 2nd
    Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 569
    Size: 6.13" wide x 9.21" long x 1.25" tall
    Weight: 1.936
    Language: English

    This book provides the skills and knowledge to develop practical lenses needed for the ever emerging variety of 21st-century applications. Continuing to focus on fundamental methods and procedures of lens design, this revision of a classic modernizes symbology and nomenclature, expands the aberration study to include the transverse and wave forms, enlarges the discussion of three-mirror tilted and decentered systems, and explores modulation transfer function and diffraction-based aberrations in the optimization process. As computer-based optical design is the rule today, this edition provides practical guidance on how to use a lens design program in general, without tying to a particular software package. This book is ideal as a textbook for advanced undergraduate or graduate course in lens design principles and as a self-learning tutorial and reference for the practitioner. * Many new lens design examples - ranging from the simple lenses to complex zoom lenses and mirror systems - give insight for both the newcomer and specialist to the field. * New chapter on techniques to select a starting lens configuration. * Two new chapters explain how to effectively select and use lens design software, and to carry out optimization techniques and performance analysis. * Problems are included at the end of chapters.

    Preface to the Second Edition
    Preface to the First Edition
    A Special Tribute to Rudolf Kingslake
    The Work of the Lens Designer
    Relations Between Designer and Factory
    The Design Procedure
    Optical Materials
    Interpolation of Refractive Indices
    Lens Types to be Considered
    Meridional Ray Tracing
    Introduction
    Graphical Ray Tracing
    Trigonometrical Ray Tracing at a Spherical Surface
    Some Useful Relations
    Cemented Doublet Objective
    Ray Tracing at a Tilted Surface
    Ray Tracing at an Aspheric Surface
    Paraxial Rays and First-Order Optics
    Tracing a Paraxial Ray
    Magnification and the Lagrange Theorem
    The Gaussian Optics of a Lens System
    First-Order Layout of an Optical System
    Thin-Lens Layout of Zoom Systems
    Aberration Theory
    Introduction
    Symmetrical Optical Systems
    Aberration Determination Using Ray Trace Data
    Calculation of Seidel Aberration Coefficients
    Chromatic Aberration
    Introduction
    Spherochromatism of a Cemented Doublet
    Contribution of a Single Surface to the Primary Chromatic Aberration
    Contribution of a Thin Element in a System to the Paraxial Chromatic Aberration
    Paraxial Secondary Spectrum
    Predesign of a Thin Three-Lens Apochromat
    The Separated Thin-Lens Achromatic (Dialyte)
    Chromatic Aberration Tolerances
    Chromatic Aberration at Finite Aperture
    Spherical Aberration
    Surface Contribution Formulas
    Zonal Spherical Aberration
    Primary Spherical Aberration
    The Image Displacement Caused by a Plano parallel Plate
    Spherical Aberration Tolerances
    Design of a Spherically Corrected Achromat
    The Four-Ray Method
    A Thin-Lens Predesign
    Correction of Zonal Spherical Aberration
    Design of an Apochromatic Objective
    Oblique Beams
    Passage of an Oblique Beam through a Spherical Surface
    Tracing Oblique Meridional Rays
    Tracing a Skew Ray
    Graphical Representation of Skew-Ray Aberrations
    Ray Distribution from a Single Zone of a Lens
    Coma and the Sine Condition
    The Optical Sine Theorem
    The Abbe Sine Condition
    Offense Against the Sine Condition
    Illustration of Comatic Error
    Design of Aplanatic Objectives
    Broken-Contact Type
    Parallel Air-Space Type
    An Aplanatic Cemented Doublet
    A Triple Cemented Aplanat
    An Aplanat with a Buried Achromatizing Surface
    The Matching Principle
    The Oblique Aberrations
    Astigmatism and the Coddington Equations
    The Petzval Theorem
    Illustration of Astigmatic Error
    Distortion
    Lateral Color
    The Symmetrical Principle
    Computation of the Seidel Aberrations
    Lenses in Which Stop Position Is a Degree of Freedom
    The H′ - L Plot
    Simple Landscape Lenses
    A Periscopic Lens
    Achromatic Landscape Lenses
    Achromatic Double Lenses
    Symmetrical Double Anastigmats with Fixed Stop
    The Design of a Dagor Lens
    The Design of an Air-Spaced Dialyte Lens
    A Double-Gauss-Type Lens
    Double-Gauss Lens with Cemented Triplets
    Double-Gauss Lens with Air-spaced Negative Doublets
    Unsymmetrical Photographic Objectives
    The Petzval Portrait Lens
    The Design of a Telephoto Lens
    Lenses to Change Magnification
    The Protar Lens
    Design of a Tessar Lens
    The Cooke Triplet Lens
    Mirror and Catadioptric Systems
    Comparison of Mirrors and Lenses
    Ray Tracing a Mirror System
    Single-Mirror Systems
    Single-Mirror Catadioptric Systems
    Two-Mirror Systems
    Multiple-Mirror Zoom Systems
    Summary
    Eyepiece Design
    Design of a Military-Type Eyepiece
    Design of an Erfle Eyepiece
    Design of a Galilean Viewfinder
    Automatic Lens Improvement Programs
    Finding a Lens Design Solution
    Optimization Principles
    Weights and Balancing Aberrations
    Control of Boundary Conditions
    Tolerances
    Program Limitations
    Lens Design Computing Development
    Programs and Books Useful for Automatic Lens Design
    Appendix: A Selected Bibliography of Writings
    Index

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