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502 F08 Midterm - OPTI-502 Midterm Exam Page 1/12 John E...

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OPTI-502 Midterm Exam John E. Greivenkamp Page 1/12 Fall, 2008 October 21, 2008 Lecture 17 Name_________________________ Closed book; closed notes. Time limit: 75 minutes. An equation sheets is included. A spare raytrace sheet is also attached Use the back sides if required. Do not use any pre-stored information or programs in your calculator. Assume thin lenses in air if not specified. If a method of solution is specified in the problem, that method must be used. You must show your work and/or method of solution in order to receive credit or partial credit for your answer. Distance Students: Please return the original exam only; do not FAX or scan an additional copy. 1) (10 points) Draw the tunnel diagram for beam displacement deviation prism with the ray path shown. The tunnel diagram must be drawn to the same scale as the prism drawing. It may be helpful to first describe the given prism system in terms of component prisms.
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OPTI-502 Midterm Exam John E. Greivenkamp Page 2/12 Fall, 2008 2) (10 points) What is the angular field of view of an optical system consisting of a 38 mm focal length lens with a 2 cm diameter detector? The object is at infinity. Provide the full field of view, and the system is in air.
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