Integrated Optomechanical Analysis (Tutorial Texts in Optical Engineering, V. Tt 58,) (英語) ペーパーバック – 2002/10/10
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The emphasis here is to present optomechanical modelling techniques to effectively design and analyse high-performance optical systems. The first goal is to discuss thermal and structural modelling methods using finite element analysis to predict the integrity and performance of optical elements and optical support structures. The second goal addresses the process of integrating thermal and structural responses into optical design software packages. Such integrated techniques allow the numerical simulation of optical system performance while including the multidisciplinary aspects of the design process. This leads to shorter design cycles, optimised designs, and models that accurately predict hardware behaviour.
While it won't teach you 100% of what you need to know, I find myself referencing it over and over. A lot of the exchange that happens between Optical engineers and Mechanical Engineers can be found in this book. Most of the topics covered are somewhat superficial but will help you understand 75% of what you need to know so you can contribute to the optomechanical discussion.
The example files on the CD that comes with the book have also been very valuable to me as a Nastran user.