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Ideal flux concentrators as shapes that do not disturb the geometrical vector flux field: A new derivation of the compound parabolic concentrator

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Abstract

The lines of flow of the geometrical vector flux form surfaces along which mirrors can be placed without distributing the flux field. This result is used to give new insights into the design of nonimaging concentrators.

© 1979 Optical Society of America

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