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Inverse radiative transfer problem with delta-Eddington phase function in a nonsymmetric model

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Abstract

A radiative transfer problem with the delta-Eddington phase function for a nonsymmetric model in a finite slab is considered. By an inverse treatment the albedosw, f, andg′ of the said phase function have been determined.

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Karanjai, S., Karanjai, M. Inverse radiative transfer problem with delta-Eddington phase function in a nonsymmetric model. Astrophys Space Sci 117, 387–400 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00650164

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Keywords

  • Radiative Transfer
  • Phase Function
  • Transfer Problem
  • Radiative Transfer Problem
  • Finite Slab