Nonlinear removal effects in time-dependent particle transport theory View Full Text


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DATE

1983-05

AUTHORS

V. C. Boffi, G. Spiga

ABSTRACT

The pure removal effects taking place in a mixture of two species of particles are studied through an application of the time-dependent space-independent nonlinear integrodifferential Boltzmann equation. Explicit results for the distribution function as well as a generalization of the continuity equation for the total density of the particles to be considered are obtained for the case when the relevant removal parameters are constant. For the general case existence and uniqueness of the solution for the distribution function are proved by an application of the contracting mapping principle. More... »

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347-357

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00944855

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