Application of Phase-Space Finite Elements to the Neutron Transport Equation in Cylindrical Geometry.
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Phase-Space finite elements are applied to the static monoenergetic neutron transport equation in two-dimensional cylindrical geometry by computer subroutines which collectively assemble the global phase-space matrix for solution. The technique uses a variational formulation based on the second-order self-adjoint form of the transport equation within which the dependent variable approximated by the finite elements is the even-parity component of the angular flux. Author
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