Lab 9 Physics 2B - Spherical Mirror

Lab 9 Physics 2B - Spherical Mirror - Physics 2B Lab 9 ASAP...

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Unformatted text preview: Physics 2B Lab 9 ASAP Optical Modeling Lab Exercise ASAP Optical Modeling Lab Exercise • Objective: To find the focal length of a spherical mirror • Materials Needed: USB Memory Stick 1. File>Set Working Directory 2. Create your working directory on a Removable Disk 3. System>Builder Summary of ASAP Steps 1. System • Create optical system 2. Source • Create light source to propagate through the optical system 3. Ray Tracing • Trace source rays the optical system 4. Analysis ASAP Builder • Each row in the spreadsheet is used to enter a single ASAP command. • 1. Define the coatings. • 2. Build the system geometry. • ASAP is a no-sequential ray trace program so the geometric elements can be defined in any order Double-click first cell Physics 2B Lab 5 ASAP Optical Modeling lab Exercise Objective: To find the focal length of a spherical Mirror Running a Builder File 1. Click on End- This initializes ASAP and prevents you from running the same system 2. Click Run 1. Click on End- This initializes ASAP and prevents you from running the same system More than once 2. Click Run In Trace Rays Dialogue Box...
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2009 for the course PHYSICS Physics 2A taught by Professor Sydney.sukuta during the Spring '09 term at San Jose City College.

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Lab 9 Physics 2B - Spherical Mirror - Physics 2B Lab 9 ASAP...

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