MULTI2D-A Computer Code for Two-Dimensional Radiation Hydrodynamics. Nature of problem: In inertial confinement fusion and related experiments with lasers and particle beams, energy transport by thermal radiation becomes important. Under these conditions, the radiation field strongly interacts with the hydrodynamic motion through emission and absorption processes. Solution method: The equations of radiation transfer coupled with Lagrangian hydrodynamics, heat diffusion and beam tracing (laser or ions) are solved, in two-dimensional axial-symmetric geometry (R-Z coordinates) using a fractional step scheme. Radiation transfer is solved with angular resolution. Matter properties are either interpolated from tables (equations-of-state and opacities) or computed by user routines (conductivities and beam attenuation). (Source: http://cpc.cs.qub.ac.uk/summaries/)
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- Ramis, R.; Meyer-Ter-Vehn, J.; Ramírez, J.: MULTI2D - a computer code for two-dimensional radiation hydrodynamics (2009)