Optical distance measurement

by James R. Smith

Publisher: Lockwood in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 124 Downloads: 543
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  • Distances -- Measurement.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby J. R. Smith.
SeriesAspects of modern land surveying
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTA601 .S65 1970
The Physical Object
Pagination124 p.
Number of Pages124
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4821382M
ISBN 100258968079
LC Control Number75554630

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This project, an optical distance measurement fromshows how to measure distance accurate up to 1 micron by measuring the phase difference of a reflected beam of light. A light beam, using either a laser diode or a light emitting diode, is reflected off of an object and the reflected light beam is compared to the transmitted light beam.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hodges, Douglas John. Optical distance measurement. London, Butterworths, (OCoLC) Document Type. Abstract. Two disadvantages with the direct measurement of distance discussed in chapter 1 are, firstly, that the measuring process takes place on the ground (if the terrain is undulating this can be very difficult) and, secondly, when a lot of linear measurements are required, taping can be laborious and time by: 6.

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Full text of "Optical Distance Measurement" See other formats i t D J. Hodges J. Greenwood o FT Si Optical Distance Measurement o ST 3 n c 3 h Butterworths A comprehensive treatment of the instruments and methods available for measuring linear distance by optical means, this book describes in detail the theories behind a wide variety of optical instruments.

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Active Discontinued at Digi-Key Obsolete. Sensing Distance. - 0 ~ cm mm ~. This book provides an introduction to the most important optical measurement techniques that are applied to engineering problems. It will also serve as a guideline to selecting and applying the appropriate technique to a particular problem.

The text of the first edition has been completely revised and new chapters added to describe the latest Format: Paperback. Abstract.

Distance meters featuring visible light or near infrared (NIR) radiation as carrier waves are called electro-optical EDM instruments. These carrier waves follow the laws of geometrical optics; normal telescopes are used for transmitting and receiving the : J. Rüeger. Like distance-measurement errors, loss-measurement errors are also highly dependent on noise, measurement algorithms, calibration, and methodology.

The increase in number of waveform points leads to a decrease in the loss-measurement uncertainty, and the usable range over which the OTDR can make accurate loss measurements also increases.

This tutorial reviews various noncontact optical sensing techniques that can be used to measure distances to objects, and related parameters such as displacements, surface profiles, velocities and vibrations. The techniques that are discussed and compared include intensity-based sensing, triangulation, time-of-flight sensing, confocal sensing, Doppler sensing, and various kinds of.

Techniques. Active methods use unilateral transmission and passive reflection. Active rangefinding methods include laser, lidar, radar, sonar and ultrasonic rangefinding. Other devices measure distance using trigonometry are stadiametric, coincidence and stereoscopic methodologies that use a set of known information (usually distance or.

The book is comprised of eight chapters that cover several concerns in engineering survey. Chapter 1 discusses the basic concepts of surveying. Chapter 2 deals with simple and precise leveling, while Chapter 3 covers earthworks. The book also talks about the theodolite and its applications, and then discusses optical distance measurement.

optical techniques that have been applied to distance measurement. This survey is more comprehensive than earlier reviews [ 1, 2 ] that discussed fewer techniques and other papers [ 3, 4 ] that.

Microresonator-based optical frequency combs enable highly-precise optical distance ranging at a rate of million measurements per second – publication in Science: Scientists of Karlsruhe.

Situations where a part needs to be compared to its CAD data like this are ideal applications for this optical measurement technology.

A Case for Combining Optical Measurement Solutions. In some instances, there is a case for combining optical measurement with other technologies to produce more comprehensive results than using just one : Patrick Beauchemin. The following chapters examine velocity corrections, derive geometrical reductions from first principles and explain the design of state-of-the-art electro-optical distance meters.

The final chapters introduce reflectors, power sources and instrument errors, and conclude with measurement and analysis procedures for the calibration of distance. Our technology enables all players in the optical industry to take accurate optical measurements for their customers. MIRA Cloud provides online lens fitting solutions for webshops, while MIRA Professional brings the best lens fitting experience to all.

Some of the most important techniques used for laser distance meters are as follows: Triangulation is a geometric method, useful for distances in the range of ≈ 1 mm to many kilometers.; Time-of-flight measurements (or pulse measurements) are based on measuring the time of flight of a laser pulse from the measurement device to some target and back again.

optical techniques that have been applied to distance measurement. This survey is more comprehensive than earlier reviews [1,2] that discussed. ME -Particle Transport, Deposition and Removal II Jeffrey A. Taylor Optical Measurement Techniques • Turbulent flows are the rule, not the exception.

The benefits of optical measuring technology are its high point density and speed. You receive informative results in a very short time. We use various systems: multisensor coordinate measuring machines in the ZEISS O-INSPECT class, white-light sensors for non-contact surface assessment and topography measurement, plus the latest 3D scanners.

Cheat Sheet; What follows are the explanations of the common position-of-wear measurements needed for today’s free-form and digital lenses. Pantoscopic Tilt: The vertical angle of the plane of the frame front relative to the line of sight (with patient in his/her habitual head posture) Vertex Distance: The distance from the apex of the cornea to the back surface.

Simple optical distance meter using an intermode-beat modulation of a He-Ne laser and an electrical-heterodyne technique T. Araki, S. Yokoyama, N. Suzuki (Review of Scientific Instruments ) Distance measurement using a pulse train emitted from a laser diode K.

Seta, T. Oh'ishi (Japanese Journal of Applied Physics ). Posted: Optical distance measurement at record-high speed (Nanowerk News) Scientists of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) have demonstrated the fastest distance measurement so researchers demonstrated on-the-fly sampling of a gun bullet profile with micrometer accuracy.

Microresonator-based optical frequency combs enable highly-precise optical distance ranging at a rate of million measurements per second – publication in Science: Scientists of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) have demonstrated the fastest distance measurement so far.

The researchers demonstrated on-the. A total station (TS) or total station theodolite (TST) is an electronic/optical instrument used for surveying and building is an electronic transit theodolite integrated with electronic distance measurement (EDM) to measure both vertical and horizontal angles and the slope distance from the instrument to a particular point, and an on-board computer to collect data.

The basic working principles of electro-optical and microwave distance meters are presented in Chapter 4, with special emphasis on modu­ lation/demodulation techniques and phase measurement systems.

Important properties of infrared emitting and lasing diodes are discussed. Optical distance measurement at record-high speed Microresonator-based optical frequency combs enable highly-precise optical distance ranging at a rate of million measurements per second.

Speed Measurement by Optical Techniques 1 Introduction The most obvious optical method for measuring the speed of a moving object is to use the Doppler e ect: light re ected from the moving object will be shifted in frequency on proportion to the line of sight velocity of the object.

While we are familiar with examples in the radioFile Size: KB.KEYENCE America provides Laser Displacement Sensors; Single point, non-contact sensors for measuring distance, position, or thickness with speed and precision. tcm To use all available functions on this website, JavaScript must be enabled in your browser.Optical Distance Measurement instruments.

The instruments in this section are distance measurement devices used to measure distances from a vessel to distant objects. These devises were made along different design lines, two of which are currently shown here.

They were used to determine the distance between vessels when sailing in convoy, to.