Moschetti, Giuseppe (2013) Development of on-line interferometric metrology techniques for high dynamic range surface measurement. In: Proceedings of Computing and Engineering Annual Researchers' Conference 2013 : CEARC'13. University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, p. 235. ISBN 9781862181212

The growth of the manufacture of a wide range of featured surfaces (ranging from simple surface
geometries to complex free form surfaces) has made surface metrology an essential part of
manufacturing. The wavelength scanning interferometer (WSI) can effectively perform fast surface
measurements under condition of severe vibration, therefore is suitable to be employed for on-line
surface measurements. The performances of the WSI can be improved in terms of scanning speed,
dynamic range, lateral and vertical resolution. In order to improve the resolution, the interferometer optics setup is simulated and the point spread function (PSF) calculated to identify the dominant aberration. Different configurations are compared and a solution to minimise the aberration is proposed. The instrument resolution Calculation of the resolution drop along the depth of focus of the
instrument is reported. Those simulated result will be compared with real measurements.

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