ASTROPH: Nonlinear radiative transfer and statistical equilibrium in astrophysics
|| Mats Carlsson, Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics, University of Oslo
Was using a frontal code to solve equations. Cray Research (UK) Ltd suggested trying the Harwell code MA32.
Matrices in this set:
MCCA (real unsymmetric, 180 by 180, 2659 entries), Atom=Ca2, Atmos=VAL3C
MCFE (real unsymmetric, 765 by 765, 24382 entries), Atom=Fe, Atmos=M65GXM
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