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Title: Solution of some problems by collision probability methods
Authors: Doherty, G
Keywords: Neutron transport theory
Spherical configuration
Collision integrals
Cylindrical configuration
Issue Date: Jul-1969
Publisher: Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Citation: Doherty, G. (1969). Solution of some problems by collision probability methods. (AAEC/E199). Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Atomic Energy Commission.
Abstract: A comparison is made between isotropic collision probability and discrete Sn solutions to some one-dimensional neutron transport problems. Difficulties associated with the application of one or the other method in particular situations are discussed in detail. The Sn method is generally superior in cylindrical and spherical geometries and the collision probability method is recommended for slab geometry.
Gov't Doc #: 210
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