Single point diamond turning of silicon for flat X-rays mirrors

Neha Khatri; Rohit Sharma; Vinod Mishra; Harry Garg; Vinod Karar

Volume 2, Issue 7 , 2017, , Pages 425-427

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amp.2017/704

Abstract
  Silicon Mirrors are essential components for guiding the X-Ray beam and focusing it to a particular location. Due to lower X-ray wavelength, these mirrors require super smooth surface finish to avoid the strong scattering from surface. Single Point Diamond Turning is used to examine the fabrication possibility ...  Read More

Surface finish and subsurface damage distribution during diamond turning of silicon

Rohit Sharma; Neha Khatri; Vinod Mishra; Harry Garg; Vinod Karar

Volume 2, Issue 7 , 2017, , Pages 433-435

http://dx.doi.org/10.5185/amp.2017/706

Abstract
  Subsurface Damage (SSD), which is introduced to optical materials by diamond turning processes, affects the performance in optical, laser and infrared applications. For optical applications, SSD can be the source of component instability (e.g., surface stress) and flaw. The objective of the present study ...  Read More