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Cardall Details of the implementation of this iterative ﬁxed-point method for the solution of the large linear system will now be given. In practice, the inverses of two diﬀerent approximate Jacobian matrices are applied in succession in each iteration (this also requires the computation of two residuals in each iteration). The ﬁrst approximate Jacobian is Jmomentum = JT + JM + JC , (38) which consists of the contributions to the Jacobian from the operators T , M , and C in (33). As previously described, this combination of operators densely couples diﬀerent momenta u at ﬁxed spatial position x; hence Jmomentum consists of Nspace independent dense blocks—one for each spatial zone—and −1 (Jmomentum ) consists of individual inverses of these dense blocks.
D ; j = 1, . . S ; K = D × S (16) 42 Stephen Wright et al. Since we require even parity for φh+ it is natural to choose θj to have even parity. The space χh+ is equipped with a norm ψ(r, ˆ s)φ(r, ˆ s) dr dˆ s ψ, φ := S2 (17) Ω Since φh+ is an approximation to φ+ it does not satisfy (14) exactly, but rather s · ∇ (Dˆ s · ∇) φh+ (r, ˆ s; ω) − q h+ (r, ˆ s; ω) + η h+ (r, ˆ s; ω) = e(r, ˆ s; ω) C+ − ˆ (18) s · ∇ (Dq − (r, ˆ s; ω)) where q h+ and η h+ are the projection into χh+ of q + and ˆ respectively.
Both an isotropic source and a directed source were considered. 1 mm−1 . The former represents a case where the Diﬀusion Approximation can be expected to be quite accurate, whereas the latter is one where it can be expected to fail. e. ω = 0. 0 mm−1 with a source that is isotropic in the angular variable. Here the P1 (Diﬀusion Approximation) and the higher order P7 solutions produce results that are indistinguishable. This is to be expected as within this regime the Radiative Transfer Equation can be shown to be approximated by the Diﬀusion Approximation.