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theory of dispersion applied to electro-optical distance measurement and angle measurement

J. C. de Munck

theory of dispersion applied to electro-optical distance measurement and angle measurement

by J. C. de Munck

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Published by Rijkscommissie voor Geodesie in Delft .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Distances -- Measurement.,
  • Geometrical optics.,
  • Dispersion.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby J. C. de Munck.
    SeriesNetherlands Geodetic Commission. Publications on geodesy. ;, new ser., v. 3, no. 4, Publications on geodesy (Netherlands. Rijkscommissie voor Geodesie) ;, new ser., v. 3., no. 4.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQB296.N4 A3 vol. 3, no. 4, TA601 A3 vol. 3, no. 4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 p.
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5339041M
    LC Control Number72192627

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Theory of dispersion applied to electro-optical distance measurement and angle measurement by J. C. de Munck Download PDF EPUB FB2

Chapter 7 THE DISPERSION FOR ANGLE MEASUREMENT Roughly analogue to chapter 4 the theory of MORITZ [l] may be used to calculate the angle of refraction from measurements of the directions on two wavelengths. BibTeX @MISC{Munck_thetheory, author = {J. De Munck}, title = {THE THEORY OF DISPERSION APPLIED TO ELECTRO-OPTICAL DISTANCE MEASUREMENT AND ANGLE MEASUREMENT}, year = {}}.

the theory of dispersion applied to electro-optical distance measurement and angle measurementAuthor: J. De Munck. Optical methods for distance and displacement measurements. Garry Berkovic and Ehud Shafir. uction. In this tutorial we review various noncontact optical sensing techniques that can be used to measure distances to objects, and related parameters such as displacements, surface profiles, velocities and vibrations.

M.C. THOMPSON, Jr. and L.E. WOOD: “The use of atmospheric dispersion for refraction correction of optical distance measurements”, Proc. International Association of Geodesy Symposium on Electromagnetic Distance Measurement, Oxford, Cited by: In measurement method of dispersion characteristics of an optical fiber, a laser for measurement connected to one end of the fiber and variable in output light wavelength and an oscillation for modulating a measurement light signal sent out from the laser are provided.

The modulation frequency of the output from the oscillator is used as an reference electric by: Dispersion measurements with white-light interferometry measurement accuracy is applied to the determination of d2nydl2 and d3nydl3 of fused silica with an accuracy of 65 3 mm 22 and 61 3 10 3 mm23, respectively.

Further applications are found in the measurement Dispersion measurements with white-light interferometry. White-light interferograms provide a simple, accurate, and physically intuitive picture of what happens to broadband optical pulses on transmission through, or reflection from, common optical materials.

Quantitative measurement of group delay are made with an accuracy of ± fs and with high spectral resolution. This measurement accuracy is applied to the determination of d2n/dλ2 and d3n.

incident angles for as large a range of angles and of spot positions as you can measure. Take at least 8 data points, recording the value of the incident angle (as judged by the position of the rotary table) and the distance from the undeviated spot position.

Convert the distances from the previous step to deviation angles δ[θ 1]. This can be done byFile Size: KB. The electro-optical properties of graphene represent the main role of ournumerical results.

In the infrared wavelength range from to µm, the reflectanceproperties of the composite structures are numerically simulated by varying several parameterssuch as defect layer thickness, applied electrical field, and incident angle.

Get this from a library. The theory of dispersion applied to electro-optical distance measurement and angle measurement. [J C de Munck]. Dispersion is defined as the spreading of white light into its full spectrum of wavelengths.

More technically, dispersion occurs whenever there is a process that changes the direction of light in a manner that depends on wavelength. Dispersion, as a general phenomenon, can occur for any type of wave and always involves wavelength-dependent processes.

MEASUREMENT PRINCIPLE & ERROR OF EDM Measurement principle of EDM The principle of the measurement device, EDM, which is currently used, is that it calculates the distance by measuring the phase shift during the radiated light wave from EDM's main unit returns by being reflected through the reflector, which is positioned at measurement.

frequency of applied electric field are shown in (Fig. ) The equations () and () are commonly known as Debye Dispersion formulae which are referred specially to the situation where equilibrium is attained exponentially with time when a constant external electric field is imposed on a dielectric.

The relative “lossiness” of a material is the ratio of the energy lost to the energy stored. Figure 3. Loss tangent vector diagram. The loss tangent or tan d is defined as the ratio of the imaginary part of the dielectric constant to the real part.

D denotes dissipation factor and Q is quality Size: KB. Material dispersion is a delay-time dispersion caused by the fact that the refractive index of the glass material changes in accordance with the change of the signal frequency (or wavelength).

Figure shows the dependence of refractive indices of the core and cladding on the frequency for an optical fiber with relative refractive-index difference A = %. In optics, one important and familiar consequence of dispersion is the change in the angle of refraction of different colors of light, as seen in the spectrum produced by a dispersive prism and in chromatic aberration of lenses.

Design of compound achromatic lenses, in. Optical measurements that have been routinely used to assess visibility impairment are outlined in Table Measurements are grouped into four categories: scene monitoring, scattering, absorption, and extinction, which is the sum of scattering and absorption.

In most cases, the measurement is associated with some type of detector from which a voltage or current is extracted; however, for each.

The fast progress in improving the sensitivity of the gravitational-wave detectors, we all have witnessed in the recent years, has propelled the scientific community to the point at which quantum behavior of such immense measurement devices as kilometer-long interferometers starts to matter.

The time when their sensitivity will be mainly limited by the quantum noise of light is around the Cited by: One way to measure the PMD coefficients of a fiber span is the Jones matrix eigenanalysis (JME) method, described in “Automated Measurement of Polarization Mode Dispersion Using Jones Matrix Eigenanalysis” by B.

Heffner (IEEE Phot. Tech. Lett., vol. 4, p.) and “Accurate, Automated Measurement of Differential Group Delay Cited by: 1. Dispersion occurs when different frequencies of light have different phase velocities, due either to material properties (material dispersion) or to the geometry of an optical waveguide (waveguide dispersion).

The most familiar form of dispersion is a decrease in index of refraction with increasing wavelength, which is seen in most transparent materials.All of these methods rely on the measurement of a certain property of a sample that contains particles, and then calculating the particle size distribution from this measured raw data using an appropriate theory.

For instance, in the case of static light scattering instruments, the raw data measured is the intensity of scattered light versus angle.A theodolite / θ iː ˈ ɒ d ə l aɪ t / is a precision optical instrument for measuring angles between designated visible points in the horizontal and vertical planes.

The traditional use has been for land surveying, but they are also used extensively for building and infrastructure construction, and some specialized applications such as meteorology and rocket launching.