The transfer equation for the case of grey scattering according to Rayleigh's phase function in a semi-infinite axially symmetric atmosphere is considered. The emergent intensity and the intensity at any optical depth have been determined by the Laplace Transform and Wiener-Hopf Technique.
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Karanjai, S., Islam, Z. Exact solution of a radiative transfer problem by the Laplace Transform and Wiener-Hopf Technique. Astrophys Space Sci 208, 113–123 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00658138
- Exact Solution
- Radiative Transfer
- Optical Depth
- Phase Function