Apparatus for measuring the curvature of spehical and cylindrical surfaces

Shiue, S.G.; Liao, T.S.; Chang, S.T.; Kao, C.F.; Chen, Y.F.
April 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Apr96, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p1688
Academic Journal
Describes an apparatus for measuring the curvature of spherical and cylindrical surfaces. Description of the apparatus; Estimation of the precision.


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