Ultra stable iso-static bonded optical mount design for harsh environments

@inproceedings{Pijnenburg2017UltraSI,
  title={Ultra stable iso-static bonded optical mount design for harsh environments},
  author={J. Pijnenburg and M.J.A. te Voert and J. de Vreugd and A. Vosteen and W. van Werkhoven and J. Mekking and B. A. H. Nijland},
  booktitle={International Conference on Space Optics},
  year={2017}
}
  • J. Pijnenburg, M.J.A. te Voert, +4 authors B. A. H. Nijland
  • Published in International Conference on Space Optics 2017
  • DOI:10.1117/12.2309082
Through the years many stable optical mounts have been designed, analyzed and tested at TNO. This paper gives an overview of the design principles used. Various examples are presented together with verification test results. The use of adhesives in combination with an iso-static mount design allows mounting of optical components in a limited volume with limited deformation of the optical surfaces due to thermal and mechanical loads. Relatively large differences in thermal expansion over large… CONTINUE READING
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