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Acousto-optics by Adrian Korpel

By Adrian Korpel

Revised and up-to-date, this moment variation first explains heuristically the physics of acousto-optics earlier than proposing the math of the formal conception. the fabric is built-in to demonstrate and advertise the improvement of latest principles, ideas, theories, innovations and units. The textual content additionally bargains sections at the Near-Bragg regime and curved sound wave fronts, assurance of the numerical process, chosen functions, assurance of anisotropic Bragg diffraction, and fabric on spectral formalisms.

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This method of visualization of acoustic fields, now called Bragg diffraction imaging, was proposed and demonstrated by Korpel in 1966 [68]. Some of the first images obtained in this way are shownin Fig. Almost to illustrate the convergence of ideas, the same method was independently developed by Tsai and co-workers [69,70] and by Wade [71]. The reader should note that Bragg diffraction imaging is not the same as schlieren imaging. With the latter, one visualizes an axial cross sectionof the sound, with the formera transverse cross section.

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