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Spectrograph Design Fundamentals

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Zusammenfassung This 2007 book covers the general principles of spectrographic design! and the practical and engineering aspects of a broad range of spectrographs and spectrometers. This will be a valuable resource for academic researchers! graduate students and professionals in the fields of optics! spectroscopy and optical engineering. Informationen zum Autor John James is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow and a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society. He is the author of Student's Guide to Fourier Transforms! also published by Cambridge University Press! now in its second edition. Klappentext In recent years enormous changes have occurred in the field of optical spectrometry. Although the basic optical principles remain unchanged! the design considerations are very different and! in many cases! more demanding. Developments in computer ray-tracing and computer aided design have coped with these extra impositions and have allowed the construction of a new generation of spectrographs. The book covers the general principles of spectrographic design! and the practical and engineering aspects of a broad range of spectrographs and spectrometers. The book deals with materials and methods of construction and includes suggestions for the choice of optical table! the design of slit mechanisms! and adjustable mirror! grating and lens mounts! with suggestions for the alignment and calibration of the finished instrument. This will be a valuable resource for academic researchers! graduate students and professionals in the fields of optics! spectroscopy and optical engineering. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1. A brief history of spectroscopy; 2. The relevant regions of the electromagnetic spectrum; 3. Geometrical optics; 4. Optical aberrations; 5. Fourier transforms - a brief revision; 6. Physical optics and diffraction; 7. The prism spectrograph; 8. The plane grating spectrograph; 9. The concave grating spectrograph; 10. The interference spectrograph; 11. The multiplex spectrometer; 12. Detectors; 13. Auxiliary optics; 14. Optical design; 15. Mechanical design and construction; 16. Calibration; 17. The alignment of a spectrograph; Index. ...

Autorentext

John James is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow and a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society. He is the author of Student's Guide to Fourier Transforms, also published by Cambridge University Press, now in its second edition.

Klappentext

In recent years enormous changes have occurred in the field of optical spectrometry. Although the basic optical principles remain unchanged, the design considerations are very different and, in many cases, more demanding. Developments in computer ray-tracing and computer aided design have coped with these extra impositions and have allowed the construction of a new generation of spectrographs. The book covers the general principles of spectrographic design, and the practical and engineering aspects of a broad range of spectrographs and spectrometers. The book deals with materials and methods of construction and includes suggestions for the choice of optical table, the design of slit mechanisms, and adjustable mirror, grating and lens mounts, with suggestions for the alignment and calibration of the finished instrument. This will be a valuable resource for academic researchers, graduate students and professionals in the fields of optics, spectroscopy and optical engineering.



Zusammenfassung
This 2007 book covers the general principles of spectrographic design, and the practical and engineering aspects of a broad range of spectrographs and spectrometers. This will be a valuable resource for academic researchers, graduate students and professionals in the fields of optics, spectroscopy and optical engineering.

Inhalt

1. A brief history of spectroscopy; 2. The relevant regions of the electromagnetic spectrum; 3. Geometrical optics; 4. Optical aberrations; 5. Fourier transforms - a brief revision; 6. Physical optics and diffraction; 7. The prism spectrograph; 8. The plane grating spectrograph; 9. The concave grating spectrograph; 10. The interference spectrograph; 11. The multiplex spectrometer; 12. Detectors; 13. Auxiliary optics; 14. Optical design; 15. Mechanical design and construction; 16. Calibration; 17. The alignment of a spectrograph; Index.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Spectrograph Design Fundamentals
Autor:
EAN: 9780521864633
ISBN: 978-0-521-86463-3
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Cambridge University Press
Genre: Physik & Astronomie
Anzahl Seiten: 204
Gewicht: 566g
Größe: H253mm x B178mm x T15mm
Jahr: 2007