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SOURCES IN ASAP
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brotg0911_sources (November 13, 2008)
ASAP Technical Guide
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ASAP Technical Guide
One ray at a time 8 BRO Light Source Library 9 Radiant Imaging sources 12 CAD-imported objects as EMITTING OBJECTs 12 Saving and recalling rays 13 Saving and Recalling Rays using DUMP and EMIT DATA 14 Emitting Bitmaps 16 Source apodization 17 Immersing sources 24 IMMERSE Command 24 Multiple wavelengths 25 Creating multi-color sources within ASAP with SPECTRUM 28 Setting the flux 33 Review 34
S OURCES IN ASAP
In Chapters 7, 8, 9,10, 11, and 16 of the ASAP Primer, we covered most of the basic information about creating sources in the Advanced Systems Analysis Program (ASAP®) from Breault Research Organization (BRO®), and discussed, to some degree, how they could be manipulated in space and in magnitude. We learned how to create two-dimensional grids and surface emitters, apply directionality to the rays, and position them in space. We also looked at how to make volume emitters from general, three-dimensional shapes. In this technical guide, we apply some new techniques to these sources and introduce some alternative sources as well. We also cover some specialty topics and discuss multiple sources and wavelengths. This technical guide addresses the following topics: 1 How to input rays one at a time
Inputting rays is useful when you know the exact location and direction of the rays you want, or have a large file of rays to import. 2 Using the BRO Light Source Library
The BRO Light Source Library, available to ASAP customers with current software maintenance agreements, is a growing collection of more than 150 U.S. and European source models that can be imported directly into ASAP projects. The library includes filament, light-emitting diode (LED), arc, and cold cathode fluorescent (CCF) sources. These sources include detailed geometry and produce near- and far-field patterns that are in agreement with measurements. We will show you how easy it is to use, and the various ways you can use it. 3 Using Radiant Sources
These are source files created by Radiant Imaging, Inc. for a special source you may need to analyze in your system. The...
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