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Performance Study of a 1.2 m Active Mirror
Ping Yao; Xuejun Zhang; Junbo Zhang; Yudong Zhang
Volume7654
Pages765417 (6 pp.)
2010
Language英语
Indexed ByEi ; ISTP
Subtype会议论文
AbstractActive optics is one of the key technologies for constructing modern large telescope. It's necessary to study the performance of an active optics system theoretically in advance. In this paper we built a 1.2 m active thin-mirror model with 36 axial supports and 3 lateral supports. In order to ensure the active optics system and select appropriate force actuators, we carried out following analyses through FEA: the ability of the active optics system to duplicate the first 15 Zernike modes and the first 15 natural resonance modes; mirror deformations before and after active force corrections under gravitational loads; the maximum stresses of the mirror while fitting Zernike modes of 1 micron PV amplitude; requirements of the force accuracy and the maximum load for the force actuators. Through above analyses over the theoretical performance of the 1.2 m active thin-mirror, it can be concluded that: the support system is effective to maintain the mirror surface; the maximum stresses of the mirror while fitting aberrations are within the allowable stress of the glass material; the force resolution is about 0.5 N and the maximum load for the force actuators is about 400 N. As a result fundamentals are set up for constructing a practical active mirror.; Active optics is one of the key technologies for constructing modern large telescope. It's necessary to study the performance of an active optics system theoretically in advance. In this paper we built a 1.2 m active thin-mirror model with 36 axial supports and 3 lateral supports. In order to ensure the active optics system and select appropriate force actuators, we carried out following analyses through FEA: the ability of the active optics system to duplicate the first 15 Zernike modes and the first 15 natural resonance modes; mirror deformations before and after active force corrections under gravitational loads; the maximum stresses of the mirror while fitting Zernike modes of 1 micron PV amplitude; requirements of the force accuracy and the maximum load for the force actuators. Through above analyses over the theoretical performance of the 1.2 m active thin-mirror, it can be concluded that: the support system is effective to maintain the mirror surface; the maximum stresses of the mirror while fitting aberrations are within the allowable stress of the glass material; the force resolution is about 0.5 N and the maximum load for the force actuators is about 400 N. As a result fundamentals are set up for constructing a practical active mirror.
Conference NameProceedings of the SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering
Conference Date2010
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ioe.ac.cn/handle/181551/7748
Collection自适应光学技术研究室(八室)
Corresponding AuthorPing Yao
Affiliation中国科学院光电技术研究所
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Ping Yao,Xuejun Zhang,Junbo Zhang,et al. Performance Study of a 1.2 m Active Mirror[C],2010:765417 (6 pp.).
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