By Hyungsuck Cho
Opto-Mechatronics takes an built-in method of mix the fields of optical and mechatronics engineering. The authors supply a multidisciplinary view of engineering platforms end result of the fusion of optical components with mechatronics components from the layout degree. They discover how the mixing of opto-mechatronics parts can create new worth and features for the engineering platforms into account. within the ultimate part, functional opto-mechatronic structures are richly illustrated to help readers in knowing how successfully opto-mechatronic know-how can be used to provide new functionalities and increase functionality.
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17a shows the ray translating from point P0 to P1 by ‘ from the elevation y1 making slope angle a1 relative to the optical axis. 17 Forming a matrix for ray tracing. 17b. 33 yields a0 ¼ 1 R n1 n1 21 yþ a n2 n2 ð2:34Þ Finally, the matrix relating the ray at ða; yÞ to the same ray at ða0 ; y0 Þ is obtained by " y0 a 0 # 2 1 6 ¼ 4 1 n1 21 R n2 3 0 "y# 7 n1 5 a n2 ð2:35Þ It is noted that surface, R is negative and y ¼ y 0 , then for a plane interface, R becomes inﬁnity. The reﬂection matrix can be derived in the same way as for the case of the refraction.
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16c, the angle u1 is obtained by geometry h1 2 h2 ¼ p1 h1 d u1 ¼ ð2:26Þ where d is the distance between the two lenses. 26 we have peq ¼ p1 þ p2 2 p1 p2 d ð2:27Þ Since power peq is 1=feq , the above equation becomes feq ¼ f1 f2 f1 þ f2 2 d ð2:28Þ This feq is called the equivalent focal length of the system. We can see that we will have different equivalent focal lengths depending on the distance d. If two lenses are in contact, that is d ¼ 0, then the above result is given by feq ¼ f1 f2 f1 þ f2 ð2:29Þ Let us take an example of determining the equivalent focal length of a twolens system.
Optomechatronics: Fusion of Optical and Mechatronic Engineering by Hyungsuck Cho