By A. Schuster, J. Nicholson
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1 over the specified frequency range. 1 Acceleration power spectral densities (PSDs) for typical military and aerospace environments. 10 g2/Hz 400-2000 —6 dB/octave From Vukobratovich. $ The decibel is a unit for expressing the ratio of two quantities. , dB = 10 10 lo (quantity ratio). One octave doubles the frequency. 4 Shock A shock is a force applied suddenly and briefly to a complete instrument or to a portion thereof. More specifically, it may be defined as an externally applied loading with duration equal to or shorter than half the period, corresponding to the system's natural frequency fN .
Most aluminum alloys are heat treated to differing degrees of hardness, depending on the application. Their surfaces oxidize quickly, but can be protected by chemical films or anodic coatings. The latter may produce significant dimensional buildup. A black anodized finish reduces light reflections, so this type of finish is frequently used on aluminum parts for optical instruments. The CTE match of aluminum alloys to glasses, ceramics, and most crystals is not close. Table B I Oa compares the characteristics of several aluminum alloys used for mirror substrates.
A few general comments follow. 1 Optical glasses Manufacturers worldwide have manufactured several hundred varieties of optical-quality glass for many years. The "glass map" shown in Fig. 5 includes most of the glasses produced a few years ago by Schott North America, Inc. in the United States and/or Germany. Other manufacturers have produced essentially the same glasses. The glass types are plotted by refractive index nd (ordinate) and Abbe number v d (abscissa) for yellow (helium) light as shown.
An Introduction to the Theory of Optics by A. Schuster, J. Nicholson