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Contamination-induced degradation of optics exposed to the Hubble Space Telescope interior Author: June L. Tveekrem, Douglas B. Leviton, Charles M. Fleetwood, Lee D. Feinberg Subject: Contamination-induced degradation of optics exposed to the Hubble Space Telescope interior Keywords.
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Flight measurement of contamination effects on fused silica mirrors Author: David F. Hall Subject: Flight measurement of contamination effects on fused silica mirrors Keywords: Flight measurement of contamination effects on fused silica mirrors Created Date: 1/13/ PM.
Optical System Contamination: Effects, Measurements, and Control Editor(s): Sharon A. Straka For the purchase of this volume in printed format, please visit Optical contamination control in the Advanced LIGO ultra-high vacuum system Margot H.
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Contamination control of space optical systems consists of the planning, organization, and implementation of all activities needed to determine, achieve, and maintain the required cleanliness level of the optical system.
Each optical system has its own unique contamination control requirements. To effectively control contamination, concurrent. Systems Contamination: Prediction, Control, and Performance Editor(s): Joanne Egges ; Carlos E.
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The optical effects of small particles of various sizes have been discussed in the book by Van de Hulst () and in a number of papers, for example, that by Young (). Typical sizes of particles in the atmosphere have been discussed by Pye () and systematic measurements of the deposition velocities and fluxes of particles of various.
Add tags for "Optical system contamination: effects, measurements, and control AugustSan Diego, California, United States". Be the first. Similar Items. Some optical load on the spacecraft suffer from the space pollution easily, eventually, the whole system may not work properly.
The paper is based on the above-mentioned problem, using the common space oil molecular as the material of the contamination to conduct the experimental study, and draw the conclusions about oil molecular contamination effects on the system optical. optical effects of small particles of various sizes The contamination of solar collector surfaces by have been discussed in the book by Van de Hulst dust can be a source of considerable loss of () and in a number of papers, for example, revenue for a solar power station.
For example, a that by Young (). Typical sizes of particles in. liquid crystals, optical fibers, phase-change optical recording materials, luminescent materi-als (phosphors, scintillators), optical damage, and materials preparation and fabrication.
Much of the numerical data in this handbook is from Volumes III, IV, V, and Supplement 2 of the CRC Handbook of Laser Science and Technology.
Contamination effects on spaceborne optical instruments --Noncontact techniques for cleaning optical surfaces --Contamination measurement techniques --Characterization of contaminants --Contamination transport and interactions with space systems.
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Characterization of contaminants --Contaminants in the field of view Contamination control for the MSX mission --Contamination detection and removal techniques --Papers of related interest.
Series Title: Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering, v. Other Titles: Optical system contamination III. Surface contamination can be in many forms and may be present in a variety of states on the surface .The most common categories include: • Particles such as dust, metals, ceramics, glass, and plastics.
• Thin film or molecular contamination that can be organic or inorganic. Pro Tip: Clean optics against a dark background so dust can be seen and eliminated more efficiently. There are two ways in which an optic can be evaluated: • If the optic is being used in a laser-based system, contamination on the optic might cause the optic to scatter the laser light, thus reducing power and making the optic “glow.”.
In a drinking water distribution system, little is known about the characteristics of a microbiological pollution, how it enters the system, and how it can be detected.
The drinking water industry has relied on various pollution indicators, through grab sampling and laboratory analyses, revealing results long after the water has been used.
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This type of communication is used to transmit voice, video, telemetry and data over long distances and local area networks or computer networks.A fiber Optic Communication System uses light wave technology to transmit the data over a fiber by changing electronic signals into light.
Galileo was an American automatic space probe that studied the planet Jupiter and its moons, as well as several other Solar System bodies. Named after the Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei, it consisted of an orbiter and an entry was delivered into Earth orbit on Aug by Space Shuttle Atlantis.
Galileo arrived at Jupiter on December 7,after gravitational assist. Optical Channels • An Optical Channel is a “view”. • Bright field optical channels detect which change light intensity (contaminants, stains, pinholes, streaks, voids).
• Dark field optical channels detect defects which change light path, scatter, diffusion (scratches, gels, streaks, voids). • Laser and camera technologies have unique strengths and weaknesses; the optical solution.Chapter 4 Fundamentals of Laser-Material Interaction and Application to Multiscale Surface Modiﬁcation Matthew S.
Brown and Craig B. Arnold Abstract Lasers provide the ability to accurately deliver large amounts of energy into conﬁned regions of a material in order to achieve a desired response.A Contamination Control Working Group (CCWG) was formed and charged with collecting, characterizing, and analyzing contamination in the vacuum system, as well as researching and implementing solutions.
The CCWG took a holistic approach to evaluate the contamination problem, and develop effective mitigation techniques.
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