An algorithm is proposed for the numerical solution of the integral equation for the transfer of a radiant or molecular flux in a two-dimensional channel of arbitrary configuration. Results of calculations of molecular transfer by the proposed method and the Monte Carlo method are presented.
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Galimov, S.R. Radiant and molecular transfer in a plane system with shadow. Journal of Engineering Physics 29, 1523–1526 (1975). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00863720
- Statistical Physic
- Integral Equation
- Monte Carlo Method
- Plane System
- Arbitrary Configuration