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Description: Non-imaging optics is concerned with applications where imaging formation is not important but where effective and efficient collection, concentration, transport and distribution of light energy is. This text reviews the substantial developments that have been reported in the field over the past decade.
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Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
Publication date: 12/22/2004
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
|Nonimaging Optical Systems and Their Uses|
|Some Basic Ideas in Geometrical Optics|
|Some Designs of Image-Forming Concentrators|
|Nonimaging Optical Systems|
|Developments and Modifications of the Compound Parabolic Concentrator|
|The Flow-line Method for Designing Nonimaging Optical Systems|
|Concentrators for Prescribed Irradiance|
|Simultaneous Multiple Surface Design Method|
|Imaging Applications of Nonimaging Concentrators|
|Consequences of Symmetry|
|Global Optimization of High-Performance Concentrators|
|A Paradigm for a Wave Description of Optical Measurements|
|Applications to Solar Energy Concentration|
|Derivation and Explanation of the Etendue Invariant, Including the Dynamical Analogy Derivation of the Skew Invariant|
|The Edge-Ray Theorem|
|Conservation of Skew and Linear Momentum|
|Conservation of Etendue for Two-Parameter|
|Perfect Off-Axis Imaging|
|The Luneberg Lens|
|The Geometry of the Basic Compound Parabolic Concentrator Bundles of Rays|
|The qi/qo Concentrator|
|The Truncated Compound Parabolic Concentrator|
|The Differential Equation for the 2D Concentrator Profile with Nonplane Absorber|
|Skew Rays in Hyperboloidal Concentrator|
|Sine Relation for Hyperboloid/Lens Concentrator|
|The Concentrator Design for Skew Rays|