EPJ Web of Conferences
Volume 48, 2013OAM 2012 – Optics and Measurement International Conference
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Published online||03 May 2013|
Development of large aperture elements for active and adaptive optics
1 Institute of Plasma Physics v.v.i.,
AcSci CR, Za Slovankou
3, 180 00
2 Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, CTU Prague, Czech Rep.
3 5M s.r.o., Kunovice, Czech Rep.
4 Rigaku Innovative Technologies Europe s.r.o, Prague, Czech Rep.
Large-aperture elements for laser active and adaptive optics are investigated in collaboration within IOP AcSci CR, FEng CTU and 5M. A bimorph deformable mirror for high-power lasers based on a lightweight structure with a composite core is currently in development. In order to realize a sufficiently large working aperture we are using new technologies for production of core, bimorph actuator and DM reflector. Detailed simulation of components and structure is validated by measurement and testing. A research of DM actuation and response of a complicated mirror structure needed for an accurate control of a deformation is performed. Testing of samples and subscale measurements are currently performed, measurement of a complete structure is in preparation.
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