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Common examples from Essential Macleod coatings

This article provides examples of common thin-film components created in Essential Macleod thin-film design software. These components should not be considered the best that can be produced. For these coatings, the incident medium is air unless otherwise noted.
These Macleod coatings are available in the standard COATING.DAT file that’s included in the OpticStudio installation files.
 

Authored By: Angus Macleod, Sandrine Auriol, Thomas Pickering

Published On: 8月 24, 2017


Investigating Zemax OpticStudio's Polarization Features

OpticStudio has several ways of modeling polarization-based optical phenomena. The purpose of this article is to examine the strengths and proper applications of these features when modeling polarization-based optics. 

Contents:

Authored By: Kyle Hawkins and Nicholas Herringer

Published On: 4月 28, 2017


How to Define Metal Materials in Zemax OpticStudio

This article explains how to add metal materials in Zemax and how to apply them to sequential surfaces or non-sequential object faces.  Additional information on coatings can be found in the following KB articles:

How to Add Coating and Scattering Functions to Non-Sequential Objects
How to Model a Partially Reflective and Partially Scattering Surface

Authored By: Kristen Norton

Published On: 9月 23, 2014


How to Use the Jones Matrix Surface

The Jones matrix surface is a simple way to define polarizing components. This article provides some examples of its use.
 

Authored By: Mark Nicholson

Published On: 8月 1, 2007


How to Design Birefringent Polarizers

This article explains:
  • What birefringence is
  • How Zemax models birefringence
  • How to model a two-crystal birefringent polarizer
  • How to compute the extinction ratio of the polarizer for a general ray

The article is accompanied by a ZIP archive containing the samples used and a macro. This can be downloaded from the final page of the article.

 

Authored By: Mark Nicholson

Published On: 6月 24, 2005


Modeling Frustrated Total Internal Reflection in Non-Sequential Mode

This article describes how to model evanescent field effects like frustrated total internal reflection in Zemax. This is useful in applications like fingerprint scanners.

Authored By: Mike Tocci


How to add coatings and scattering functions to non-sequential objects

In Non-Sequential Mode, it is often the case that we need to apply scattering profiles or coatings to specific surfaces on an object. These properties can be defined on any face of a 3D non-sequential object. This article explains the concept of a Face Number in OpticStudio, discusses how these properties can be set in OpticStudio, and reviews some issues that can arise in the process.

Authored By: Mark Nicholson

Published On: 4月 3, 2006


How to model a partially reflective and partially scattering surface

This article describes how to model a partially reflective surface which diffusely scatters a fraction of incident energy into a specific distribution. Demonstrated here are cases of scattering combined with partial absorption, as well as partial specular reflection.

Authored By: Dan Hill

Published On: 5月 15, 2017


How to model a dichroic beam splitter

Beam splitters are important optical devices in a variety of different applications. The dichroic beam splitter either transmits or reflects based on wavelength. This article explains how a dichroic beam splitter can be modeled in OpticStudio’s Non-Sequential Mode, and how to use the table coating definition to configure the splitter surface.

Authored By: Andrew Locke

Published On: 9月 12, 2006


What is a Ray?

This article explains:
  • What a ray is
  • Rays and wavefronts
  • Coordinates, cosines, and propagation
  • Refraction, reflection, and diffraction
  • Amplitude. phase and optical path                         

 

Authored By: Ken Moore

Published On: 12月 2, 2015


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