Some types of kinetic equations reducible to partial differential equations
The possibility of passing from the kinetic equation to a partial differential equations is rigorously mathematically proved for the case of nearly elastic scattering processes. Some examples are considered.
Key wordsdiffusion quasi-elastic scattering Boltzmann equation Green function laws of conservation of energy and momentum photon, electron, phonon
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