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ECEG287 Optical Detection Course Notes Part 2: Radiometry. Profs. Charles A. DiMarzio and Stephen W. McKnight Northeastern University, Spring 2004. Topic Outline. Radiometric Quantities and Units Radiance Theorem Black-Body Spectrum Some Radiance/Irradiance Values A Little about Color.

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ECEG287 Optical Detection Course NotesPart 2: Radiometry

Profs. Charles A. DiMarzio

and

Stephen W. McKnight

Northeastern University, Spring 2004

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Topic Outline
• Black-Body Spectrum

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M, Flux/Proj. Area

Notes: Spectral x=dx/dn or dx/dl: Add subscript n or w, divide units by Hz or mm.

F, Flux

Watts

Luminous Flux

Lumens

Watts/m2

Luminous Flux

Lumens/m2=Lux

1 W is 683 L at 555 nm.

Watts/m2/sr

Luminance

Lumens/m2/sr

1 Lambert=

(1L/cm2/sr)/p

I, Flux/W

L,Flux/AW

Watts/sr

Luminous Intensity

Lumens/sr

E, Flux/Area Rcd.

Watts/m2

Illuminance

Lumens/m2=Lux

1 ftLambert= (1L/ft2/sr)/p

1mLambert= (1L/m2/sr)/p

1 Ft Candle=1L/ft2

1 Candela=1cd=1L/sr

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n2

n1

dW2

dA

q2

q1

dW1

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dA2

dA’

dA1

dW2

dW1

z

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Resonant Cavity Modes

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Resonant Frequencies in Cavity

ny

nx

nz

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Counting the Modes

ny

nx

nz

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Energy per Mode (1)

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Energy per Mode (3)

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Total Spectral Energy

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A’

A

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A’

A

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z

dq

q

y

df

f

x

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Black-Body Equation (1)

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m

10

10

m

/

2

5

10

0

10

-5

10

-10

10

l

M

-1

0

1

2

10

10

10

10

l

m

, Wavelength,

m

Black Body Equations (2)

10000

5000

2000

500

1000

T=300k

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Data from The Science of Color, Crowell, 1953

3000

Exoatmospheric filename=m1695.m

Sea Level

2

5000 K Black Body Normalized to 1000 W/m

2500

2

6000 K Black Body Normalized to 1560 W/m

m

m

/

2

2000

1500

1000

l

E

500

0

0

200

400

600

800

1000

1200

1400

1600

1800

2000

l

, Wavelength, nm

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6000K Sun

6.9 G Lux

Visible

Sunlit

Cloud

6.9 k Lux

Near IR

Mid IR

Blue

Sky

300K

night sky

Far IR

Ultraviolet

Atmospheric Passbands

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T = 300 K

1

/Delta T

0.5

l

M

D

0

-1

0

1

2

10

10

10

10

T = 500 K

6

/Delta T

4

l

2

M

D

0

-1

0

1

2

10

10

10

10

l

m

, Wavelength,

m

Thermal Imaging

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1.8

This curve shows the relative sensitivity of the eye. To convert to photometric units from radiometric, multiply by 683 Lumens Per Watt

y

1

Photopic Sensitivity

0

400

500

600

700

800

Wavelength, nm

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Some Typical Luminance And Radiance Levels

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Emissivity

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z

y

x

Color: Tristimulus Values
• Describe Eye’s Response to Color
• Based on Color Matching Experiments
• Small Number of Observers
• Lines are Approximations

2

1.8

1.6

1.4

1.2

1

Tristimulus Value

0.8

0.6

0.4

0.2

0

300

350

400

450

500

550

600

650

700

750

800

Wavelength, nm

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1.8

z

y

x

Tristimulus Value

1

0

400

500

600

700

800

Wavelength, nm

Characterizing Colors

Object

Spectrum

y

x

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Recording and Generating Color Images

Three Separate

Registered Images

Object

Display

with

Three

Sources

Camera

with

Three

Filters

Eye

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