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Detection and analysis of surface defects on polished KDP crystal
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Paper Abstract

KDP (Potassium Dihydrogen Phosphate) crystal is widely used in inertia control fusion and other high-tech fields as a high quality non-linear optical material. Result of the surface quality correlating with the crystal optical properties, detecting surface defects on polished device is an essential part. In this paper, optical microscopy and image processing technology are used in the KDP crystal surface defects detection after MRF and surface cleaning. Firstly, the surface image is acquired by optical microscopy. Uneven illumination exists in the surface image, so the background extraction technology is presented to eliminate the impact of uneven illumination on the defect extraction. 2D maximum entropy threshold segmentation is applied to extract the defects. To identify residues and scratches defects, the features are utilized including the irregularity of residual defect edge, the linearity of scratch defect edge and the residue defect attached to the scratch defect shows the discontinuities and the curvature on straight edge. According to the features, canny operator is used to extract defects edge and improved straight recognition algorithm by freeman chain code is used to detect completed information of residues and scratches. Finally, the scratch defects are counted with width and length and using area to get a statistical result of the residue defects. Experimental results show that the method can accurately detect KDP crystal surface defects in different states after polishing and cleaning.

Paper Details

Date Published: 6 January 2020
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 11383, Sixth Asia Pacific Conference on Optics Manufacture, 1138308 (6 January 2020); doi: 10.1117/12.2523846
Show Author Affiliations
Lichao Guan, Institute of Machinery Manufacturing Technology (China)
Tiancai Lei, Institute of Machinery Manufacturing Technology (China)
Qingfeng Yin, Institute of Machinery Manufacturing Technology (China)
Hailong Cui, Institute of Machinery Manufacturing Technology (China)
Jiexiong Ding, Univ. of Electronic Science and Technology of China (China)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 11383:
Sixth Asia Pacific Conference on Optics Manufacture
C. F. Benny Cheung; Lai Ting Ho, Editor(s)

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