Concerning the Determination of the Geometrical Parameters of the Optical Element of a Deep-Water Surveillance System

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    This paper is devoted to the question of determining the geometrical parameters of the most common types of the optical element of the deep-sea porthole. The considered element is to be used as part of a lighting system operable at a depth of 5000 meters. The calculation was made without taking into account the influence of temperature.



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    Deep-water porthole, Schott N-BK7 glass, conical porthole, flat disk window, spherical shell windows with conical seat, optical element, deep-sea video surveillance system

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Article ID: 24930
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.36.24930

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