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This site was created in 28.12.2007.

Short history of STRAT:

        1985 - first version in BASIC on WANG computers;

        1987 - FORTRAN 77 version on PDP 11 computer;

        1993 - C version on IBM PC computers.

13.08.2008

bulletImproved the interface for the optical constants calculation functions and the stability of evaporation control functions..

20.10.2008

bulletThe optical materials can include now (read from STICLE32.DAT) the chemical properties. When a material have poor chemical stability the symbol of the material, in EditMacro window, blink. The design solution and the evaporation process must be in agreement with this and with the requirement for the coating.
bulletEvery coating can memorize text (limited by Windows edit control: at least 64K) which can describe the coating, evaporation parameters, etc.
bulletFor the control of the evaporation process can be used the National Instruments data acquisition boards, reason for what must be installed the NI-DAQ™mx.

20.10.2009

bulletThe materials have the parameter Tg - transform temperature for glasses and substrate temperature (for which we have the optical constants) for evaporation materials. If Tg evaporation material  > Tg substrate - 200 then the symbol of the material, in EditMacro window, blink. Tg - 200  > T is not an absolut rule. The scope is to take attention.
bulletIt is introduced a new type of user defined target: { AOI[0,20,5], Rt[400,700,10] } - the sum of all values of total reflection   in spectral rangel [400, 700]nm, iteration of 10nm, for incidences angle in the range [0, 20] degre, iteration of 5 degre. Also are valid the simplified expresion {AOI[45], Rs[600]}. On this type of expresion we can apply the average operator: AVE({ AOI[0,20,5], Rt[400,700,10] })

26.04.2010

bulletWindows of type EditRAM can export the text in Excel worksheet (ex: edit data for RTA grafic window).
bulletSome materials (evaporation or substrate) have some problems when are used. These problems can be writed in an attention file (such as ZnS.atn). When the material is used in EditMacro window and this file exist,

in the right side of the material appear an exclamation sign which blink. Whit the floating menu this file can be open.

15.04.2011

bulletIt is introduced a modified type of user defined target: { AOI[0,20,5], X[400,700,10] = X0 }. X can be an elementary target or another used defined target already included in optimization (for ex. Rs-Rp).

X0 is the desired value for X. If X0 is present is computed the sum of  (X - X0)^2.

bulletCan be used targets that are in relation of > or < with optimized quantity. In this case must be used penalty function. The targets can have tree states: computed and included in merit function, computed but not included in merit function but included in other user-defined targets, and suspended.
bulletFunction for the management of high vacuum systems which assure a very good traceability of coated optical components.
bulletR, T graphic window can have derived windows in which we can analyze other spectral range (ex. visible and infrared: spectral ranges which are separated by broad spectral ranges without requirements ).

15.03.2012

bulletCan be calculated the spectral response of coating when the spectral bandwidth of measuring instrument (spectrophotomer) is finite. The profile of spectral bandwidth is described in an ASCII file, registered in data base and then selected and used. All graphic windows affected by this seting have an blinking field.

24.11.2012

bulletIt is introduced a new type of user defined target RMS(). It is used to reduce the dispersion of the primitive optimized target in a defined spectral range. It is used together with average target and integration merit function type (when we don't know the value for the target, we search for the best). Ex. {AOI[25],RMS(Rs[400,700,10])}.

 

 

This software is used by SC OPTICOAT SRL, SC PROOPTICA SA si IOR SA.

 

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