May 4, 2017

EBOOK - Optics for Engineers (Charles A. DiMarzio)

EBOOK - Quang học cho các kỹ sư - Tác giả: Charles A. DiMarzio (550 Trang).

Over the last few decades, the academic study of optics, once exclusively in the domain of physics departments, has expanded into a variety of engineering departments. Graduate students and advanced undergraduate students performing research in such diverse fields as electrical, mechanical, biomedical, and chemical engineering often need to assemble optical experimental equipment to complete their research.
In industry, optics is now found in products such as laser printers, barcode scanners, and even mobile phones. This book is intended first as a textbook for an introductory optics course for graduate and advanced undergraduate students. It is also intended as a resource for researchers developing optical experimental systems for their work and for engineers faced with optical design problems in industry.

This book is based on a graduate course taught at Northeastern University to students in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering as well as to those from physics and other engineering departments. In over two decades as an advisor here, I have found that almost every time a student asks a question, I have been able to refer to the material presented in this book for an answer. The examples are mostly drawn from my own experience in laser radar and biomedical optics, but the results can almost always be applied in other fields. I have emphasized the broad fundamentals of optics as they apply to problems the intended readers will encounter.

1 Introduction 1
2 Basic Geometric Optics 35
3 Matrix Optics 59
4 Stops, Pupils, and Windows 83
5 Aberrations 111
6 Polarized Light 133
7 Interference 181
8 Diffraction 233
9 Gaussian Beams 277
10 Coherence 307
11 Fourier Optics 335
12 Radiometry and Photometry 361
13 Optical Detection 411
14 Nonlinear Optics 439



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