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Applications of Optical Metrology: Techniques and Measurements II
Editor(s): Jar Jueh Lee
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 0416
Date Published: 22 September 1983
Softcover: 25 papers (220) pages
ISBN: 9780892524518

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Long Wave Infrared Testing At NBS
Author(s): C. R. Yokley
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Navy Primary Standards Department Radiometric And Photometric Calibration Capabilities
Author(s): J. B. MacKinnon; G. A. Walter
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Optical Characterization Of The Lockheed Sensor Test Facility
Author(s): Wayne Metheny; Tom Pope; Bruce Steakley
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Spectroradiometric Calibration Of An Infrared Sensor Evaluation Facility
Author(s): Isaac Richman; Charles R. Berman; J. David Shoore; Mark C. Linguist
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Optical Metrology Applications In The Testing Of Military Optical Systems
Author(s): Bruce H. Walker
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Self-Calibrating Cavity Radiometers At The Eppley Laboratory:Capabilities And Applications
Author(s): Alton R. Karoli; John R. Hickey; Roger G. Frieden
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"A Thermally Stabilized, Two Frequency Laser Measurement System For Industrial Use"
Author(s): John H. Klinger; Robert Quenelle
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Large Surface Measuring Machine
Author(s): Mark Egdall; Robert S. Breidenthal
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Three-Beam Interferometric Technique For The Determination Of Strain Of Curved Surfaces
Author(s): F. P. Chiang; C. C. Kin
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Time-Lapse Holographic Technique In The Velocity Measurement Of A Uniformly Moving Object
Author(s): Ming-yi Chen; Hsuan Chen
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The Identification Of Common Production Errors In Thermal Imaging Lenses
Author(s): D. R. J. Campbell
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Absorptivity Measurements And Optical Metrology For A Low Loss Infrared Prism
Author(s): M. A. Bobb; G. L. Herrit; N. Varanasi; J. E. Hawkey; P. Grelling
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Characterization And Calibration Of An Optical Fiber Bandwidth Measurement System For Field Utilization
Author(s): John D. Chipman; Ken Prescott
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Radiometric And Photometric Concepts Based On Measurement Techniques
Author(s): C. Richard Duda
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An Integrating Sphere As A Precision Radiometric Calibration Source
Author(s): S. L. Carman; R. J. Hesser
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Portable Optical Sensor Tester (POST) Calibration Technique
Author(s): Michael A. Levine; Clyde A. Randolph
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Use Of Active Cavity Radiometers As Absolute Radiometers And Transfer Standards
Author(s): R. J. Hesser; W. D. Potter
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Low Temperature Infrared Source Calibration And Traceability At Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC)
Author(s): H. R. Little; Jay Hiatt; K A. Lienemann
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Panel Discussion "Radiometric Standards For Industry"
Author(s): Clair L. Wyatt; Jon Geist; Stephan L. Carman; Clyde A. Randolph; Isaac Richman; Bruce C. Steakley; Herbert Little
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Low Background Testing At Honeywell
Author(s): Fernando Faria; Ken Overoye; Charles Petty
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Low-Background Measurements Of An Infrared Astronomical Focal Plane
Author(s): C. R. McCreight; A. R. Fernquist; R. B. Pittman; R. G. Walker; J. R. Houck
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Applied Engineering And Technology Simulated LWIR Targets Scenario In Low Optical Background
Author(s): Rudolf E. Schatzmann
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Deep Concentric Grooves Enhance Blackbody Spectral And Spatial Uniformity
Author(s): Stephen L. Carman
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Calibration Of A System Of Portable Infrared Collimator Test Sources
Author(s): John L. Grangaard
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A Helium-Cooled Absolute Cavity Radiometer For Solar And Laboratory Irradiance Measurement
Author(s): P. Foukal; P. Miller
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Spatial Input Response Of Active Cavity Radiometers Are Shown To Obey Cosine Law Over Input Angles Extending Beyond The Earth Limb
Author(s): R. J. Hesser; S. L. Carman; R. I. Gilje
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