TransverseVelocity

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LL_TransverseVelocity

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TransverseVelocity models a fixed transverse offset or a constant transverse velocity difference between two parts of an optical path. Four parameters specify the (x,y) components of initial transverse displacement and relative velocity. The relative velocity is defined as the velocity on the platform side of the block minus the velocity on the target side of the block. The initial offset has the same sign definition.

TransverseVelocity has two Light inputs and two Light outputs, used to process incoming and outgoing light.

C++ type

name

value

description

Parameters

double

vx

0.0

x component of relative velocity (m/s)

double

vy

0.0

y component of relative velocity (m/s)

double

x0

0.0

x component of initial offset (m)

double

y0

0.0

y component of initial offset (m)

Inputs

Light

incomingIncident

Light()

Describes all light incident from the "incoming" direction

Light

outgoingIncident

Light()

Describes all light incident from the "outgoing" direction

Outputs

Light

incomingTransmitted


Describes all light transmitted in the "incoming" direction

Light

outgoingTransmitted


Describes all light transmitted in the "outgoing" direction