BS ISO 10110-17 pdf download Optics and photonics — Preparation of drawings for optical elements and systems — Part 17: Laser irradiation damage threshold
ISO 10110 specifies the presentation of design and functional requirements for optical elements in technicaldrawings used for manufacturing and inspection.
This part of ISO 10110 specifies rules for the indication of the damage threshold from laser irradiation up towhich optical surfaces shall not exhibit any damage as defined in ISO 11254-1.
2 Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For datedreferences, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenceddocument (including any amendments) applies.
ISO 10110-5,Optics and optical instruments — Preparation of drawings for optical elements and systems -Part 5: Surface form tolerances
ISO 10110-6,Optics and optical instruments – Preparation of drawings for optical elements and systems -Part 6: Centring tolerances
ISO 10110-7,Optics and optical instruments — Preparation of drawings for optical elements and systems 一Part 7: Surface imperfection tolerances
ISO 10110-10:2003,Optics and photonics — Preparation of drawings for optical elements and systems -Part 10: Table representing data of optical elements and cemented assemblies
SO 11145, Optics and optical instruments — Lasers and laser-related equipment- Vocabulary and symbols
ISO 11254-1:2000, Lasers and laser-related equipment– Determination of laser-induced damage threshold
of optical surfaces – Part 1: 1-0n-1 test
ISO 11254-2, Lasers and laser-related equipment- Determination of laser-induced damage threshold ofoptical surfaces – Part 2: S-on-1 test
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document the terms and definitions given in ISO 11145, ISO 11254-1 and thefollowing apply.
λ wavelength of the laser radiation
highest quantity of laser radiation incident upon the optical surface for which the extrapolated probability of damage is zero
NOTE The quantity of laser radiation may be expressed in energy density H max or power density E max .
[ISO 1 1 254-1 :2000]
effective pulse duration
〈laser pulse〉 ratio of the total pulse energy to maximum pulse power
[ISO 1 1 254-1 :2000]
threshold energy density
〈pulsed laser irradiation〉 energy density threshold, expressed in joules per square centimetre, above which damage may occur
threshold power density
〈pulsed laser irradiation〉 power density threshold, expressed in watts per square centimetre, above which damage may occur
threshold linear power density
〈continuous wave and long pulse laser irradiation〉 linear power density threshold, expressed in watts per centimetre, above which damage may occur
NOTE For laser damage considerations a long pulse is when the thermal transit distance, (2 D τ eff ) 1 /2 , where D is the thermal diffusivity, is in the order of the size of the test spot d T,eff .
4 Other test parameters
Any other test parameters shall be in accordance with the relevant parts of ISO 1 1 254. For certain optical elements it may be necessary to specify the state and plane of polarization as well as the angle of incidence.
Specifications of laser irradiation damage threshold apply to the finished surfaces, particularly surface treatments and coatings.