Tools for radiative transfer

Different tools for Non-LTE (NLTE) radiative transfer are available here. They describe modern numerical methods for solving radiative transfer equations. They can be used to construct new models.

Click on the following links to download the package source file and the user guide.

Contacts: Frédéric Paletou (frederic.paletou/at/univ-tlse3.fr) & Martine Chane-Yook (Martine.Chane-yook/at/ias.u-psud.fr)

Authors : M. Chane-Yook & P. Gouttebroze

References : F. Paletou (CRAS,2001), G.B. Rybicki (A&A,1991)

Fortran files and documentation : source codes, README file (English, French), user guide (English, French) : see part I / chapter 1 / section 1.1

Authors : M. Chane-Yook & P. Gouttebroze

References : F. Paletou (CRAS,2001), G.B. Rybicki (A&A,1991)

Fortran files and documentation : source codes, README file (English, French), user guide (English, French) : see part I / chapter 1 / section 1.2

Authors : M. Chane-Yook & P. Gouttebroze

References : F. Paletou (CRAS,2001), G.B. Rybicki (A&A,1991)

Fortran files and documentation : source codes, README file (English, French), user guide (English, French)  : see part I / chapter 1 / section 1.3

Author : F. Paletou (IRAP)

References : L. Leger (PhD thesis,2008), F. Paletou (JQSRT,2007), F. Paletou (CRAS,2001), G.B. Rybicki (A&A,1991)

Fortran files and documentation : source codes, README file (English, French), user guide (English, French) : see part I / chapter 2 / section 2.3

Author : F. Paletou (IRAP)

Reference : P. Gouttebroze (A&A 160, 1986)

Python file and documentation : source code, README file

 

 

 

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