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eBook Atmospheric Optics IV: Turbulence and Propagation (Proceedings of SPIE) ePub

by Alexander M. J. van Eijk

  • ISBN: 0819487716
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Alexander M. J. van Eijk
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: SPIE Press; New ed. edition (November 15, 2011)
  • Pages: 170
  • ePub book: 1278 kb
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Analytical propagation formulae for the propagation factors are derived and numerical examples are illustrated.

Analytical propagation formulae for the propagation factors are derived and numerical examples are illustrated free space, the propagation factors of laser array beams increase when propagating in turbulent atmosphere, and are closely related to the parameters of initial beams and the atmosphere. Short-term statistics of turbulence and optical propagation.

Atmospheric Optics IV: Turbulence and Propagation. Proceedings of SPIE, 0277-786X, v. 8161.

Inhomogeneity of optical turbulence over False Bay (South Africa) Author(s): Carmen Ullwer; Detlev Sprung; Alexander M. J. van Eijk . Atmospheric turbulence impacts on the propagation of electro-optical radiation. van Eijk; Willi Gunter; Karin Stein. Typical manifestations of optical turbulence are scintillation (intensity fluctuations), beam wander and (for laser systems) reduction of beam quality. For longer propagation channels, it is important to characterize the vertical and horizontal distribution (inhomogeneity) of the optical turbulence.

SPIE - International Society For Optics and Photonics. atmospheric optics IV: turbulence and propagation. Series: Proceedings of SPIE Volume 8161. Title: Atmospheric Optics IV: Turbulence and Propagation. Desc: Proceedings of a meeting held 23-24 August 2011, San Diego, California, USA. At SPIE Optical Engineering + Applications.

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AMJ Van Eijk, DL Merritt. Atmospheric Optical Modeling, Measurement, and Simulation II 6303, 63030M, 2006. AMJ van Eijk, JT, JJ Piazzola. Atmospheric Optics IV: Turbulence and Propagation 8161, 816108, 2011. EOSTAR Pro: a flexible extensive library to assess EO sensor performance. AMJ van Eijk, MAC Degache, DJJ de Lange, SM Hammel, DS Tsintikidis. Optics in Atmospheric Propagation and Adaptive Systems XIII 7828, 782804, 2010. J Alferdinck, MA Hogervorst, AMJ Van Eijk, JT Kusmierczyk.

The Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE)

The Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE). oceedings{L, title {Atmospheric and laser propagation}, author {Alexander M. van Eijk and Karin U. Stein}, booktitle {Security + Defence}, year {2017} }. Alexander M. van Eijk, Karin U. Stein. The net effect on imaging or laser systems is a net reduction of the effective range, or a degradation of the information contained in the electro-optical radiation.

The geometrical optics approach to atmospheric propagation models . Stephen Doss-Hammela, Dimitri Tsintikidisa, Alexander van Eijkb, and Gerard Kunzb. M. Francius, G. Kunz, and A.

The geometrical optics approach to atmospheric propagation models// Proceedings of SPIE, 2003, 4976: 60–69. Förster, J. Riechen. Refractive Effects, Turbulence, and the EOSTAR model// Proceedings of SPIE, 2002, 5406: 733–742. Surface wave effects on long range IR imaging in the marine surface layer. Proceedings of SPIE, Vol 5891, 2005:0J1–13.

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