(fre nel’) Se observa difracción cerca del objeto difractante. Comparar con la difracción Fraunhofer. Llamado así por Augustin Jean Fresnel. Difraccion de Fresnel y Fraunhofer Universitat de Barcelona. GID Optica Fisica i Fotonica Difraccion de Fresnel y Fraunhofer Difraccion de Fresnel y Fraunhofer. Español: Láser difractado usando una lente y una rendija en forma de cuadro. Foto tomada en el laboratorio de óptica de la facultad de ciencias de la unam.
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Divraccion ‘s diffraction formula   also Fresnel—Kirchhoff diffraction formula can be used to model the propagation of light in a wide range of configurations, either analytically or using numerical modelling.
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It gives an expression for the wave disturbance when a monochromatic spherical wave passes through an opening in an opaque screen. The equation is derived by making several approximations to the Kirchhoff integral theorem which uses Green’s theorem to derive the solution to the homogeneous wave equation.
Kirchhoff’s integral theoremsometimes referred to as the Fresnel—Kirchhoff integral theorem,  uses Green’s identities to derive the solution to the homogeneous wave equation at an arbitrary point P in terms of the values of the solution of the wave equation and its first order derivative at all points on an arbitrary surface which encloses P.
The solution provided by the integral theorem difraccin a monochromatic source is:. Consider a monochromatic point source at P 0which illuminates an aperture in a screen. The energy of the wave emitted by a point source falls off as the inverse square of the distance traveled, so the amplitude falls difrqccion as the inverse of the distance.
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The complex amplitude of the disturbance at a distance r is given by. The disturbance at a point P can be found by applying the integral theorem to fresel closed surface formed by the intersection of a sphere of radius R with the screen. The integration is performed over the areas A 1A 2 and A fersnelgiving. This is not the case, and this is one of the approximations used in deriving the equation.
These assumptions are sometimes referred difrraccion as Kirchhoff’s boundary conditions. The contribution from A 3 to the integral is also assumed to be zero. This can be justified by making the assumption that the source starts to radiate at a particular time, and then by making R large enough, so that when the disturbance at P is being considered, no contributions from A 3 will have arrived there.
Thus, the integral above, which represents the complex amplitude at Pbecomes. The Huygens—Fresnel principle can be derived by integrating over a different closed surface. The area A 1 above is replaced by a wavefront from P 0which almost fills the aperture, and a portion of a cone with a vertex at P 0which is labeled Fresnl 4 in the diagram.
If the radius of curvature of the wave is large enough, the contribution from A 4 can be neglected. The complex amplitude of the wavefront at r 0 is given by.
This is the Kirchhoff’s diffraction formula, which contains parameters that had to be arbitrarily assigned in the derivation of the Huygens—Fresnel equation. Assume that the aperture is illuminated by an extended source wave. This is the most general form of the Kirchhoff diffraction formula.
To solve this equation for an extended source, an additional integration would be required to sum the contributions made by the individual points in the source.
If, however, we assume that the light from the source at each point in the aperture has a well-defined direction, which is the case if the distance between the source and the aperture is significantly greater than the wavelength, then we can write. In spite of the various approximations that were made in arriving at the formula, it is adequate to describe the majority of problems in instrumental optics. This is mainly because the wavelength of light is much smaller than the dimensions of any obstacles encountered.
Analytical solutions are not possible for most configurations, but the Fresnel diffraction equation and Fraunhofer diffraction equation, which are approximations of Kirchhoff’s formula for the near field and far fieldcan be applied to a very wide range of optical systems. A further approximation can be made, which significantly simplifies the equation further: This allows one to make two further approximations:.
If all the terms in f x ‘y ‘ can be neglected except for the terms in x ‘ and y ‘we have the Fraunhofer diffraction equation. If the direction cosines of P 0 Q and PQ are. If the point source is replaced by an extended source whose complex amplitude at the aperture is given by U 0 r’then the Fraunhofer diffraction equation is:. When the quadratic terms cannot be neglected but all higher order terms can, the equation becomes the Fresnel diffraction equation.
The approximations for the Kirchhoff equation are used, and additional assumptions are:.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Geometrical And Physical Optics. Annalen der Physik in German.
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