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Spatially varying discrete ordinates methods in \(XY\)-geometry. (English) Zbl 0969.65126
The author treats the classical neutron transport equation on the plane when the domain consists of two squares. The integral formulation of the neutron transport and its solution by the discrete ordinates method are used. The coupling of angular discretizations is considered and the well-posedness of the coupled problem is shown. The main result is that more angular directions are required close to the directions of spatial singularities.

MSC:
65R20 Numerical methods for integral equations
45K05 Integro-partial differential equations
82D75 Nuclear reactor theory; neutron transport
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