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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 10265

Optomechanical Design: A Critical Review
Editor(s): Paul R. Yoder
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Volume Number: 10265
Date Published: 28 December 1992
Softcover: 0 papers () pages
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Front Matter: Volume 10265
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
Mechanical design of optical systems for space operation
Author(s): Michael H. Krim
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Rugged yet lightweight: how can we achieve both in optical instruments?
Author(s): Daniel Vukobratovich
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What's different about ultraviolet and infrared optics?
Author(s): R. Barry Johnson
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Maximizing production yield and performance in optical instruments through effective design and tolerancing
Author(s): Ronald R. Willey; Mark Eric Durham
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Key issues in the thermal design of spaceborne cryogenic infrared instruments
Author(s): Helene R. Schember; Donald Rapp
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Thermo-elastic analysis of large optical systems
Author(s): Earl T. Pearson
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Athermalization of optical instruments from the optomechanical viewpoint
Author(s): Thomas H. Jamieson
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Dimensional instability of materials: how critical is it in the design of optical instruments?
Author(s): Roger A. Paquin
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Design considerations for mirrors with large diameter-to-thickness ratios
Author(s): John W. Pepi
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Optical windows
Author(s): William P. Barnes
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The adjustment mechanisms: types and their applications in optical systems
Author(s): Anees Ahmad
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The influence of international standards on optomechanical design
Author(s): Robert E. Parks
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Advanced considerations of the lens-to-mount interface
Author(s): Paul R. Yoder
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Optimization of the optomechanical interface employing diamond machining in a concurrent engineering environment
Author(s): David J. Erickson; Roger A. Johnston; Anthony B. Hull
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A review of finite element analysis techniques: capabilities and limitations
Author(s): Alson E. Hatheway
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Non-FEM analysis and modeling in opto-structural mechanics
Author(s): Pravin K. Mehta
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Variable invariables: dimensional instability with time and temperature
Author(s): S. F. Jacobs
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