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  • Report B01/19 Introduction to boresight of electro-optical ...

    2021-2-27u2002·u2002optical axis is defined in different way for single thin lens, mirror, thick lens, or multi lens optical system. However, generally optical axis of optical imaging system is defined as a line along which there is some degree of rotational symmetry in an optical system [4]. In more detail optical axis can be defined as a line

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  • Free-form off-axis three-mirror optical antenna design ...

    In order to improve the performance and simplify the structure of an optical antenna for a space laser communication system, we design a free-form off-axis three-mirror optical antenna with an integrated primary/tertiary-mirror structure. The adoption of the integrated primary/tertiary-mirror structure improves efficiency of light energy utilization and reduces the complexity of optical ...

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  • Microscope Optical Components - Introduction

    A straight line connecting the centers of Lens(a) and Lens(b) is referred to as the optical axis of the lens system. In the dual-lens system (Figure 4), a spherical wavefront emanating from light source point S(1), and located at a distance δ from the optical axis of …

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  • Lecture 5 Cameras, Projection, and Image Formation

    2009-1-20u2002·u2002• Parameters that characterize the optical, geometric and digital properties of camera • Perspective projection parameter: focal length d in previous slides • Distortion due to optics: radial distortion parameters k 1, k 2 • Transformation from camera frame to pixel coordinates: – Coordinates (x im,y im) of image point in pixel units ...

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  • Optical aberrations, explained by RP Photonics ...

    Imaging optics usually need to work with a wide range of wavelengths! Due to chromatic dispersion (caused by wavelength-dependent refraction), a lens will usually have a focal length which slightly depends on the optical wavelength.Obviously, that phenomenon can cause substantial degradations of image quality, called chromatic aberrations, since the visible wavelength range spans nearly …

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  • Molecular Expressions: Physics of Light and Color - Image ...

    2017-9-18u2002·u2002Positive, or converging, thin lenses unite incident light rays that are parallel to the optical axis and focus them at the focal plane to form a real image. This interactive tutorial utilizes ray traces to explore how images are formed by the three primary types of converging lenses, and the relationship between the object and the image formed ...

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  • Birefringence, explained by RP Photonics Encyclopedia ...

    The equation shows that for θ → 0 (i.e., propagation along the optical axis) we obtain n → n o, and the observed birefringence vanishes: one obtains n o for any polarization direction.. One distinguishes positive and negative uniaxial crystals; in the former case, the extraordinary index is higher than the ordinary index.. For biaxial crystals (examples: mica, CaTiO 3 = perovskite, LiB 3 ...

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  • Manual Linear Stage - Newport

    Manual Linear Stages. Linear translation stages are designed to constrain motion to an ideal straight line and can be combined to create xy, xz or xyz multi-axis motion configurations. We combines our precision linear adjustment screws and micrometer actuators with advanced bearing configurations and precision machined surfaces to create the ...

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  • Basic Stress Equations - Fairfield University

    2014-9-11u2002·u2002The beam is assumed to be initially straight. The applied moment, M, causes the beam to assume a radius of curvature, ρ. Before: After: M ρ M σ ρ = E ⋅ y E = Modulus of elasticity of the beam material y = Perpendicular distance from the centroidal axis to the point of interest (same y as with bending of a straight beam with M x).

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  • Biaxial Minerals - Tulane University

    2021-12-3u2002·u2002Biaxial Positive. A mineral is biaxial positive if β is closer to α than to γ.; In this case the acute angle, 2V, between the optic axes is bisected by the γ refractive index direction. Thus we say that γ is the acute bisectrix (BX A), because it bisects this angle.; If a table of optical properties of minerals reports the 2V angle, it usually refers to this acute angle.

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  • Report B01/19 Introduction to boresight of electro

    2021-2-27u2002·u2002optical axis is defined in different way for single thin lens, mirror, thick lens, or multi lens optical system. However, generally optical axis of optical imaging system is defined as a line along which there is some degree of rotational symmetry in an optical system [4]. In more detail optical axis can be defined as a line

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  • Free-form off-axis three-mirror optical antenna design ...

    In order to improve the performance and simplify the structure of an optical antenna for a space laser communication system, we design a free-form off-axis three-mirror optical antenna with an integrated primary/tertiary-mirror structure. The adoption of the integrated primary/tertiary-mirror structure improves efficiency of light energy utilization and reduces the complexity of optical ...

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  • Microscope Optical Components - Introduction

    A straight line connecting the centers of Lens(a) and Lens(b) is referred to as the optical axis of the lens system. In the dual-lens system (Figure 4), a spherical wavefront emanating from light source point S(1), and located at a distance δ from the optical axis of the lens, is converted by Lens(a) into a plane wave.

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  • Lecture 5 Cameras, Projection, and Image Formation

    2009-1-20u2002·u2002• Parameters that characterize the optical, geometric and digital properties of camera • Perspective projection parameter: focal length d in previous slides • Distortion due to optics: radial distortion parameters k 1, k 2 • Transformation from camera frame to pixel coordinates: – Coordinates (x im,y im) of image point in pixel units ...

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  • Optical aberrations, explained by RP Photonics ...

    Imaging optics usually need to work with a wide range of wavelengths! Due to chromatic dispersion (caused by wavelength-dependent refraction), a lens will usually have a focal length which slightly depends on the optical wavelength.Obviously, that phenomenon can cause substantial degradations of image quality, called chromatic aberrations, since the visible …

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  • Molecular Expressions: Physics of Light and Color - Image ...

    2017-9-18u2002·u2002Positive, or converging, thin lenses unite incident light rays that are parallel to the optical axis and focus them at the focal plane to form a real image. This interactive tutorial utilizes ray traces to explore how images are formed by the three primary types of converging lenses, and the relationship between the object and the image formed ...

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  • Birefringence, explained by RP Photonics Encyclopedia ...

    The equation shows that for θ → 0 (i.e., propagation along the optical axis) we obtain n → n o, and the observed birefringence vanishes: one obtains n o for any polarization direction.. One distinguishes positive and negative uniaxial crystals; in the former case, the extraordinary index is higher than the ordinary index.. For biaxial crystals (examples: mica, CaTiO 3 = perovskite, LiB …

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  • Manual Linear Stage - Newport

    Manual Linear Stages. Linear translation stages are designed to constrain motion to an ideal straight line and can be combined to create xy, xz or xyz multi-axis motion configurations. We combines our precision linear adjustment screws and micrometer actuators with advanced bearing configurations and precision machined surfaces to create the ...

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  • Basic Stress Equations - Fairfield University

    2014-9-11u2002·u2002The beam is assumed to be initially straight. The applied moment, M, causes the beam to assume a radius of curvature, ρ. Before: After: M ρ M σ ρ = E ⋅ y E = Modulus of elasticity of the beam material y = Perpendicular distance from the centroidal axis to the point of interest (same y as with bending of a straight beam with M x).

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  • Biaxial Minerals - Tulane University

    2021-12-3u2002·u2002Biaxial Positive. A mineral is biaxial positive if β is closer to α than to γ.; In this case the acute angle, 2V, between the optic axes is bisected by the γ refractive index direction. Thus we say that γ is the acute bisectrix (BX A), because it bisects this angle.; If a table of optical properties of minerals reports the 2V angle, it usually refers to this acute angle.

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  • Report B01/19 Introduction to boresight of electro

    2021-2-27u2002·u2002optical axis is defined in different way for single thin lens, mirror, thick lens, or multi lens optical system. However, generally optical axis of optical imaging system is defined as a line along which there is some degree of rotational symmetry in an optical system [4]. In more detail optical axis can be defined as a line

    Get Price
  • Free-form off-axis three-mirror optical antenna design ...

    In order to improve the performance and simplify the structure of an optical antenna for a space laser communication system, we design a free-form off-axis three-mirror optical antenna with an integrated primary/tertiary-mirror structure. The adoption of the integrated primary/tertiary-mirror structure improves efficiency of light energy utilization and reduces the complexity of optical ...

    Get Price
  • Microscope Optical Components - Introduction

    A straight line connecting the centers of Lens(a) and Lens(b) is referred to as the optical axis of the lens system. In the dual-lens system (Figure 4), a spherical wavefront emanating from light source point S(1), and located at a distance δ from the optical axis of the lens, is converted by Lens(a) into a plane wave.

    Get Price
  • Lecture 5 Cameras, Projection, and Image Formation

    2009-1-20u2002·u2002• Parameters that characterize the optical, geometric and digital properties of camera • Perspective projection parameter: focal length d in previous slides • Distortion due to optics: radial distortion parameters k 1, k 2 • Transformation from camera frame to pixel coordinates: – Coordinates (x im,y im) of image point in pixel units ...

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  • Optical aberrations, explained by RP Photonics ...

    Imaging optics usually need to work with a wide range of wavelengths! Due to chromatic dispersion (caused by wavelength-dependent refraction), a lens will usually have a focal length which slightly depends on the optical wavelength.Obviously, that phenomenon can cause substantial degradations of image quality, called chromatic aberrations, since the visible …

    Get Price
  • Molecular Expressions: Physics of Light and Color - Image ...

    2017-9-18u2002·u2002Positive, or converging, thin lenses unite incident light rays that are parallel to the optical axis and focus them at the focal plane to form a real image. This interactive tutorial utilizes ray traces to explore how images are formed by the three primary types of converging lenses, and the relationship between the object and the image formed ...

    Get Price
  • Birefringence, explained by RP Photonics Encyclopedia ...

    The equation shows that for θ → 0 (i.e., propagation along the optical axis) we obtain n → n o, and the observed birefringence vanishes: one obtains n o for any polarization direction.. One distinguishes positive and negative uniaxial crystals; in the former case, the extraordinary index is higher than the ordinary index.. For biaxial crystals (examples: mica, CaTiO 3 = perovskite, LiB 3 ...

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  • Manual Linear Stage - Newport

    Manual Linear Stages. Linear translation stages are designed to constrain motion to an ideal straight line and can be combined to create xy, xz or xyz multi-axis motion configurations. We combines our precision linear adjustment screws and micrometer actuators with advanced bearing configurations and precision machined surfaces to create the ...

    Get Price
  • Basic Stress Equations - Fairfield University

    2014-9-11u2002·u2002The beam is assumed to be initially straight. The applied moment, M, causes the beam to assume a radius of curvature, ρ. Before: After: M ρ M σ ρ = E ⋅ y E = Modulus of elasticity of the beam material y = Perpendicular distance from the centroidal axis to the point of interest (same y as with bending of a straight beam with M x).

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  • Biaxial Minerals - Tulane University

    2021-12-3u2002·u2002Biaxial Positive. A mineral is biaxial positive if β is closer to α than to γ.; In this case the acute angle, 2V, between the optic axes is bisected by the γ refractive index direction. Thus we say that γ is the acute bisectrix (BX A), because it bisects this angle.; If a table of optical properties of minerals reports the 2V angle, it usually refers to this acute angle.

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  • Lenses and Geometrical Optics - Common Optical Defects

    Optical designers deal with field curvature by adding corrective lens elements to the objective in specially designed flat-field objectives. Although the optical correction for field curvature requires the addition of several new lenses to the design, these objectives (termed plan or plano) are the most common type of objective in use today ...

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  • Lecture 4: Optical waveguides

    2013-2-8u2002·u2002Cylindrical optical fibers (x, y, z) n 1 (r, φ, z) Optical waveguides (n 1 > n 2, n 3) (n 1 > n 2) • Optical waveguides are the basic elements for confinement and transmission of light over various distances, ranging from tens or hundreds of µm in integrated photonics to hundreds or thousands of km in long-distance fiber-optic transmission.

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  • OpenType Design-Variation Axis Tag Registry (OpenType

    2020-11-17u2002·u2002Design-variation axis tags are arrays of four unsigned bytes (uint8 [4]) that can equivalently be interpreted as a string of four ASCII characters. Axis tags must begin with a letter (0x41 to 0x5A, 0x61 to 0x7A) and must use only letters, digits (0x30 to 0x39) or space (0x20). Space characters must only occur as trailing characters in tags that ...

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  • Fisheyes (in English) - Pierre Toscani

    2021-5-1u2002·u2002Therefore, on the sensor (on the right) all 45° incident light beams describe a 11.5 mm radius circle which perfectly fits the 24 x 36 mm frame. But in return, the barrel distortion is important and all the straight lines that do not intersect the optical axis are reproduced as curves.

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  • Structural Design for Non-Structural Engineers - EIT ...

    1.3 Elements of structural design. An engineering design activity may be defined as the application of basic principles of science to ensure a safe, easy in practice and cost-effective solution for a situation. In accordance with it, the structural design exercise simultaneously applies the principles of the following streams of science: Mechanics

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  • AXIS Q1615-LE Mk III Network Camera

    2021-11-30u2002·u2002Outdoor-ready camera with processing right on the camera. The dual chipset allows analytics to run on AXIS Q1615-LE Mk III (on the edge), so fewer servers are needed for processing. This results in a faster and more scalable system and facilitates complex and powerful analytics. Other benefits include real-time processing and lower costs and ...

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  • Flexural Stresses In Beams (Derivation of Bending Stress ...

    2016-10-18u2002·u2002OPTI 222 Mechanical Design in Optical Engineering 48 Flexural Stresses In Beams (Derivation of Bending Stress Equation) General: A beam is a structural member whose length is large compared to its cross sectional area which is loaded and supported in the direction transverse to its axis. Lateral loads

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  • Off-axis photoelasticity by anisotropic molecular ...

    The x axis was oriented in the chain-axis direction of the cellobiose model, and the y and z axes were arranged horizontally and perpendicular to the pyranose-ring plane, respectively. To analyze the birefringence according to the molecular strain due to external force by DFT calculations, the distance between two atoms ( d ) in the cellobiose ...

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  • Numerical aperture, explained by RP Photonics

    2021-12-2u2002·u2002The same kind of considerations apply to microscope objectives.Such an objective is designed for operation with a certain working distance, and depending on the type of microscope with which it is supposed to be used, it may be designed for producing an image at a finite distance or at infinity. In any case, the opening angle on which the numerical aperture definition …

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  • Polarization – University Physics Volume 3

    The Sun and many other light sources produce waves that have the electric fields in random directions ((a)).Such light is said to be unpolarized, because it is composed of many waves with all possible directions of polarization.Polaroid materials—which were invented by the founder of the Polaroid Corporation, Edwin Land—act as a polarizing slit for light, allowing only …

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  • Report B01/19 Introduction to boresight of electro

    2021-2-27u2002·u2002optical axis is defined in different way for single thin lens, mirror, thick lens, or multi lens optical system. However, generally optical axis of optical imaging system is defined as a line along which there is some degree of rotational symmetry in an optical system [4]. In more detail optical axis can be defined as a line

    Get Price
  • Free-form off-axis three-mirror optical antenna design ...

    In order to improve the performance and simplify the structure of an optical antenna for a space laser communication system, we design a free-form off-axis three-mirror optical antenna with an integrated primary/tertiary-mirror structure. The adoption of the integrated primary/tertiary-mirror structure improves efficiency of light energy utilization and reduces the complexity of optical ...

    Get Price
  • Microscope Optical Components - Introduction

    A straight line connecting the centers of Lens(a) and Lens(b) is referred to as the optical axis of the lens system. In the dual-lens system (Figure 4), a spherical wavefront emanating from light source point S(1), and located at a distance δ from the optical axis of the lens, is converted by Lens(a) into a plane wave.

    Get Price
  • Lecture 5 Cameras, Projection, and Image Formation

    2009-1-20u2002·u2002• Parameters that characterize the optical, geometric and digital properties of camera • Perspective projection parameter: focal length d in previous slides • Distortion due to optics: radial distortion parameters k 1, k 2 • Transformation from camera frame to pixel coordinates: – Coordinates (x im,y im) of image point in pixel units ...

    Get Price
  • Optical aberrations, explained by RP Photonics ...

    Imaging optics usually need to work with a wide range of wavelengths! Due to chromatic dispersion (caused by wavelength-dependent refraction), a lens will usually have a focal length which slightly depends on the optical wavelength.Obviously, that phenomenon can cause substantial degradations of image quality, called chromatic aberrations, since the visible …

    Get Price
  • Molecular Expressions: Physics of Light and Color - Image ...

    2017-9-18u2002·u2002Positive, or converging, thin lenses unite incident light rays that are parallel to the optical axis and focus them at the focal plane to form a real image. This interactive tutorial utilizes ray traces to explore how images are formed by the three primary types of converging lenses, and the relationship between the object and the image formed ...

    Get Price
  • Birefringence, explained by RP Photonics Encyclopedia ...

    The equation shows that for θ → 0 (i.e., propagation along the optical axis) we obtain n → n o, and the observed birefringence vanishes: one obtains n o for any polarization direction.. One distinguishes positive and negative uniaxial crystals; in the former case, the extraordinary index is higher than the ordinary index.. For biaxial crystals (examples: mica, CaTiO 3 = perovskite, LiB 3 ...

    Get Price
  • Manual Linear Stage - Newport

    Manual Linear Stages. Linear translation stages are designed to constrain motion to an ideal straight line and can be combined to create xy, xz or xyz multi-axis motion configurations. We combines our precision linear adjustment screws and micrometer actuators with advanced bearing configurations and precision machined surfaces to create the ...

    Get Price
  • Basic Stress Equations - Fairfield University

    2014-9-11u2002·u2002The beam is assumed to be initially straight. The applied moment, M, causes the beam to assume a radius of curvature, ρ. Before: After: M ρ M σ ρ = E ⋅ y E = Modulus of elasticity of the beam material y = Perpendicular distance from the centroidal axis to the point of interest (same y as with bending of a straight beam with M x).

    Get Price
  • Biaxial Minerals - Tulane University

    2021-12-3u2002·u2002Biaxial Positive. A mineral is biaxial positive if β is closer to α than to γ.; In this case the acute angle, 2V, between the optic axes is bisected by the γ refractive index direction. Thus we say that γ is the acute bisectrix (BX A), because it bisects this angle.; If a table of optical properties of minerals reports the 2V angle, it usually refers to this acute angle.

    Get Price
  • Report B01/19 Introduction to boresight of electro

    2021-2-27u2002·u2002optical axis is defined in different way for single thin lens, mirror, thick lens, or multi lens optical system. However, generally optical axis of optical imaging system is defined as a line along which there is some degree of rotational symmetry in an optical system [4]. In more detail optical axis can be defined as a line

    Get Price
  • Free-form off-axis three-mirror optical antenna design ...

    In order to improve the performance and simplify the structure of an optical antenna for a space laser communication system, we design a free-form off-axis three-mirror optical antenna with an integrated primary/tertiary-mirror structure. The adoption of the integrated primary/tertiary-mirror structure improves efficiency of light energy utilization and reduces the complexity of optical ...

    Get Price
  • Microscope Optical Components - Introduction

    A straight line connecting the centers of Lens(a) and Lens(b) is referred to as the optical axis of the lens system. In the dual-lens system (Figure 4), a spherical wavefront emanating from light source point S(1), and located at a distance δ from the optical axis of the lens, is converted by Lens(a) into a plane wave.

    Get Price
  • Lecture 5 Cameras, Projection, and Image Formation

    2009-1-20u2002·u2002• Parameters that characterize the optical, geometric and digital properties of camera • Perspective projection parameter: focal length d in previous slides • Distortion due to optics: radial distortion parameters k 1, k 2 • Transformation from camera frame to pixel coordinates: – Coordinates (x im,y im) of image point in pixel units ...

    Get Price
  • Optical aberrations, explained by RP Photonics ...

    Imaging optics usually need to work with a wide range of wavelengths! Due to chromatic dispersion (caused by wavelength-dependent refraction), a lens will usually have a focal length which slightly depends on the optical wavelength.Obviously, that phenomenon can cause substantial degradations of image quality, called chromatic aberrations, since the visible …

    Get Price
  • Molecular Expressions: Physics of Light and Color - Image ...

    2017-9-18u2002·u2002Positive, or converging, thin lenses unite incident light rays that are parallel to the optical axis and focus them at the focal plane to form a real image. This interactive tutorial utilizes ray traces to explore how images are formed by the three primary types of converging lenses, and the relationship between the object and the image formed ...

    Get Price
  • Birefringence, explained by RP Photonics Encyclopedia ...

    The equation shows that for θ → 0 (i.e., propagation along the optical axis) we obtain n → n o, and the observed birefringence vanishes: one obtains n o for any polarization direction.. One distinguishes positive and negative uniaxial crystals; in the former case, the extraordinary index is higher than the ordinary index.. For biaxial crystals (examples: mica, CaTiO 3 = perovskite, LiB 3 ...

    Get Price
  • Manual Linear Stage - Newport

    Manual Linear Stages. Linear translation stages are designed to constrain motion to an ideal straight line and can be combined to create xy, xz or xyz multi-axis motion configurations. We combines our precision linear adjustment screws and micrometer actuators with advanced bearing configurations and precision machined surfaces to create the ...

    Get Price
  • Basic Stress Equations - Fairfield University

    2014-9-11u2002·u2002The beam is assumed to be initially straight. The applied moment, M, causes the beam to assume a radius of curvature, ρ. Before: After: M ρ M σ ρ = E ⋅ y E = Modulus of elasticity of the beam material y = Perpendicular distance from the centroidal axis to the point of interest (same y as with bending of a straight beam with M x).

    Get Price
  • Biaxial Minerals - Tulane University

    2021-12-3u2002·u2002Biaxial Positive. A mineral is biaxial positive if β is closer to α than to γ.; In this case the acute angle, 2V, between the optic axes is bisected by the γ refractive index direction. Thus we say that γ is the acute bisectrix (BX A), because it bisects this angle.; If a table of optical properties of minerals reports the 2V angle, it usually refers to this acute angle.

    Get Price