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Re: [Goptical] Simulating two lasers' waves interference with Goptical

From: Aaron Webster
Subject: Re: [Goptical] Simulating two lasers' waves interference with Goptical
Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2019 09:46:45 -0800

RAYTRACE, written by Prof. Lindlein of FAU Germany, is appropriate for that purpose.  Unfortunately it's not open source and only for Windows.

I have an experimental program which can compute the interference pattern for small regions near the focal point given a list of rays, and their relative optical path distance.

On Tue, Feb 19, 2019 at 5:36 PM Szymon Matuszczak <address@hidden> wrote:
Thanks Alexandre! By the way, could you guys recommend any other library
which is capable of that (preferably an open source one)? Well, it
doesn't have to be a library, it could be something like a simulation
suite/software etc...

W dniu 20.02.2019 o 00:34, Alexandre Becoulet pisze:
> Hello,
>> Let's say that I have two laser light sources with the second one's
>> phase shifted 180 degress in the relation to the first one. Can I
>> simulate this scenario with Goptical?
> No, Goptical is only able to perform ray-tracing. Interference
> computation is not implemented yet.
> --
> Alexandre

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