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ECSE 527 Code V Tutorial 1 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECSE 527 Optical Engineering Code V Tutorial I Jan 29th 2010
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ECSE 527 Code V Tutorial I 2 Learning Outcomes Learning Outcomes At the end of this tutorial you should be able to: Know the Basic Features present in Code V Setup a simple optical system in Code V Use some of the basic tools present in Code V to analyze your system
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ECSE 527 Code V Tutorial I 3 Structure of Code V Structure of Code V
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ECSE 527 Code V Tutorial I 4 Overview of Code V Features Overview of Code V Features
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ECSE 527 Code V Tutorial I 5 Interface Interface
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ECSE 527 Code V Tutorial I 6 Menu Bar Menu Bar
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ECSE 527 Code V Tutorial I 7 Doublet Doublet During this tutorial we will setup a simple lens, called a doublet or an achromat. A doublet is a type of lens which minimizes the chromatic aberrations.
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ECSE 527 Code V Tutorial I 8 Building the Doublet Building the Doublet File-> New -> Next Select Blank Lens
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ECSE 527 Code V Tutorial I 9 Building the Doublet Building the Doublet Set the Entrance Pupil Diameter to 33.3333
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ECSE 527 Code V Tutorial I 10 Building the Doublet Building the Doublet Adjust the wavelengths to:
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