ELECTRON TRANSPORT CALCULATIONAL METHODS FOR A PLANE SOURCE EMBEDDED IN AN INFINITE MEDIUM.

S. Woolf, W. L. Filippone, Barry D Ganapol, J. C. Garth

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Abstract

Two discrete ordinates methods, the Sn method and the method of streaming rays (SR) are applied to electron transport problems. Calculational results in the form of energy deposition profiles are compared with those obtained by the method of moments for the case of a 200 keV plane perpendicular source embedded in infinite aluminum. In a second set of calculations, Sn and SR flux data are compared with results of analytical benchmark technique applied to the solution of the energy-independent form of the Spencer-Lewis equation for electron transport.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherANS
Pages788-799
Number of pages12
ISBN (Print)0894481177
StatePublished - 1985
Externally publishedYes

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Method of moments
Fluxes
Aluminum
Electron Transport

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Woolf, S., Filippone, W. L., Ganapol, B. D., & Garth, J. C. (1985). ELECTRON TRANSPORT CALCULATIONAL METHODS FOR A PLANE SOURCE EMBEDDED IN AN INFINITE MEDIUM. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 788-799). ANS.

ELECTRON TRANSPORT CALCULATIONAL METHODS FOR A PLANE SOURCE EMBEDDED IN AN INFINITE MEDIUM. / Woolf, S.; Filippone, W. L.; Ganapol, Barry D; Garth, J. C.

Unknown Host Publication Title. ANS, 1985. p. 788-799.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Woolf, S, Filippone, WL, Ganapol, BD & Garth, JC 1985, ELECTRON TRANSPORT CALCULATIONAL METHODS FOR A PLANE SOURCE EMBEDDED IN AN INFINITE MEDIUM. in Unknown Host Publication Title. ANS, pp. 788-799.
Woolf S, Filippone WL, Ganapol BD, Garth JC. ELECTRON TRANSPORT CALCULATIONAL METHODS FOR A PLANE SOURCE EMBEDDED IN AN INFINITE MEDIUM. In Unknown Host Publication Title. ANS. 1985. p. 788-799
Woolf, S. ; Filippone, W. L. ; Ganapol, Barry D ; Garth, J. C. / ELECTRON TRANSPORT CALCULATIONAL METHODS FOR A PLANE SOURCE EMBEDDED IN AN INFINITE MEDIUM. Unknown Host Publication Title. ANS, 1985. pp. 788-799
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