IR Imaging Bundles Made from Chalcogenide Glass Fibers


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IR Imaging Bundles Made from Chalcogenide Glass Fibers
1010606IR Imaging Bundles Made from Chalcogenide Glass Fibers
<emphasis role="bold">The Stacked Ribbon Method</emphasis> It is worth repeating that the optical and physical properties of chalcogenide glass fibers are vastly different from those of the silicate-based fibers. Generally, there are two methods for making imaging bundles from glass fibers: (1) the ribbon stacking method the original method used to produce bundles, and (2) the method developed for silicate fiber…
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A. Ray Hilton; Sid Kemp: Chalcogenide Glasses for Infrared Optics. IR Imaging Bundles Made from Chalcogenide Glass Fibers, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010), AccessEngineering Export