Richard Vasques


Assistant Professor of Nuclear Engineering

[J5] Non-classical particle transport with angular-dependent path-length distributions. I: Theory


Journal article


Richard Vasques, Edward W. Larsen
Annals of Nuclear Energy, vol. 70(.), 2014, pp. 292-300


ABSTRACT: This paper extends a recently introduced theory describing particle transport for random statistically homogeneous systems in which the distribution function p(s) for chord lengths between scattering centers is non-exponential. Here, we relax the previous assumption that p(s) does not depend on the direction of flight Ω; this leads to a new generalized linear Boltzmann equation that includes angular-dependent cross sections, and to a new generalized diffusion equation that accounts for anisotropic behavior resulting from the statistics of the system.

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APA
Vasques, R., & Larsen, E. W. (2014). [J5] Non-classical particle transport with angular-dependent path-length distributions. I: Theory. Annals of Nuclear Energy, 70(.), 292–300.

Chicago/Turabian
Vasques, Richard, and Edward W. Larsen. “[J5] Non-Classical Particle Transport with Angular-Dependent Path-Length Distributions. I: Theory.” Annals of Nuclear Energy 70, no. . (2014): 292–300.

MLA
Vasques, Richard, and Edward W. Larsen. “[J5] Non-Classical Particle Transport with Angular-Dependent Path-Length Distributions. I: Theory.” Annals of Nuclear Energy, vol. 70, no. ., 2014, pp. 292–300.