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H. H. Wang
Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 67 / Number 2 / Pages 162-171
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The symmetric successive overrelaxation (SSOR) method and the symmetric strongly implicit procedure (SSIP) method are applied to a number of two-dimensional elliptic partial differential equations typical of those encountered in reactor engineering. The SSIP method is then incorporated in a program for multigroup diffusion calculation to compute the inner iterations. The results of applying the program to the solution of several reactor configurations are compared with the results from a version of the PDQ code. For cell problems (with Neumann boundary condition), the new methods outperform the SOR method.
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