# Annals of Nuclear Energy

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 1 > 61-66

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 1 > 1-10

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 1 > 17-28

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 1 > 39-50

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 1 > 29-37

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 1 > 11-15

^{6}

^{4}Zn(n,p)

^{6}

^{4}Cu reaction at neutron energies between 14.2 and 17.2 MeV, the

^{6}

^{4}Zn(n,2n)

^{6}

^{3}Zn,

^{6}

^{6}Zn(n,p)

^{6}

^{6}Cu and

^{6}

^{7}Zn(n,p)

^{6}

^{7}Cu reactions from 14.2 to 18.2 MeV, and the

^{6}

^{8}Zn(n,p)

^{6}...

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 1 > 57-60

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 1 > 51-55

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 2 > 97-108

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 2 > 131-134

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 2 > 125-130

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 2 > 109-123

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 2 > 67-70

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 2 > 71-84

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 2 > 85-95

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 3-4 > 181-201

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 3-4 > 135-146

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 3-4 > 215-248

Annals of Nuclear Energy > 1995 > 22 > 3-4 > 203-214

_{N}) method completely free from all spatial truncation errors is proposed for the solution of one-group and isotropic source plane-geometry transport problems with an arbitrary anisotropic scattering of order L (≤ N - 1). The method is based on the expansion of the angular flux in spherical harmonic (P

_{N}

_{-}

_{1}) solutions. The analytic expression...