# WHAT S FRESENEL DIFFRACTION ?WHAT IS THE ANOTHER NAME ?

SAI SARDAR
1700 Points
9 years ago
THE DIFFRACTION IN WHICH THE SOURCE AND OBSTACLE AND THE SCREEN ARE CLOSE TO THE EACH OTHER  IS CALLED “FRESNEL DIFFRACTION “.IT IS ALSO CALLED NEAR – FIELD DIFFRACTION.
Prabhakar ch
577 Points
8 years ago
THE DIFFRACTION IN WHICH THE SOURCE AND OBSTACLE AND THE SCREEN ARE CLOSE TO THE EACH OTHER  IS CALLED “FRESNEL DIFFRACTION “.IT IS ALSO CALLED NEAR – FIELD DIFFRACTION.all the best for your bright future
N JYOTHEESWAR
342 Points
8 years ago
Fresenel difraction refers to general case where those restrictions  are relaxed.this makes it much more complex mathematically.
NAGOORVALI
105 Points
8 years ago
THE DIFFRACTION IN WHICH THE SOURCE AND OBSTACLE AND THE SCREEN ARE CLOSE TO THE EACH OTHER  IS CALLED “FRESNEL DIFFRACTION .another is franhohar difraction
RAMCHANDRARAO
159 Points
8 years ago
IN FRESNEL DIFFRACTION THE SOURCE AND OBSTACLE AND SCREEN ARE CLOSE TO EACH OTHER  IT IS ALSO CALLED NEAR FIELD DIFFRACTION
317 Points
8 years ago
Hello Kumar
THE DIFFRACTION IN WHICH THE SOURCE AND OBSTACLE AND THE SCREEN ARE CLOSE TO THE EACH OTHER  IS CALLED “FRESNEL DIFFRACTION “.IT IS ALSO CALLED NEAR – FIELD DIFFRACTION.
raj
383 Points
8 years ago
hellow kumar Fresnel Diffraction. Fraunhofer diffraction is the special case where the incoming light is assumed to be parallel and the image plane is assumed to be at a very large distance compared to the diffracting object. Fresnel diffraction refers to the general case where those restrictions are relaxed.
NARAYANA
242 Points
8 years ago
MY DEAR FRIEND FRESNEL DIFFRACTION IS THE SOYRCE,OBSTACLE AND SCREEN ARE CLOSE TO EACH OTHER IS CALLED FRESNEL DOFFRACTION
sudarshan
174 Points
8 years ago
INTERFERENCE OF LIGHT WAVES MEANS OVERLAPPING OF TWO OR MORE LIGHT WAVES PROPAGATING IN A MEDIUM  THERE ARE TWO TYPES
mohan
216 Points
8 years ago
dear kumar...........
Fraunhofer diffraction is the special case where the incoming light is assumed to be parallel and the image plane is assumed to be at a very large distance compared to the diffracting object. Fresnel diffraction refers to the general case where those restrictions are relaxed.….….…....