Invariant imbedding and neutron transport in a rod of changing length.

by Richard Ernest Bellman, Robert E. Kalaba, G. M. Wing

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A study which uses the method of invariant imbedding to analyze a one-dimensional neutron transport process in which the length of a rod of fissionable material varies in a known way as a function of time. This step is preparatory to one in which Stefan-type problems will be studied through use of invariance principles.

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