https://cea.hal.science/cea-02339411Larmier, ColineColineLarmierCEA-DES (ex-DEN) - CEA-Direction des Energies (ex-Direction de l'Energie Nucléaire) - CEA - Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternativesMarinosci, AlessandroAlessandroMarinosciCEA-DES (ex-DEN) - CEA-Direction des Energies (ex-Direction de l'Energie Nucléaire) - CEA - Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternativesZoia, AndreaAndreaZoiaCEA-DES (ex-DEN) - CEA-Direction des Energies (ex-Direction de l'Energie Nucléaire) - CEA - Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternativesChord length distribution in $d$-dimensional anisotropic Markov mediaHAL CCSD2018AnisotropyTessellationsPoissonMonte carloChordsMarkov geometries[PHYS.NEXP] Physics [physics]/Nuclear Experiment [nucl-ex][PHYS.NUCL] Physics [physics]/Nuclear Theory [nucl-th]CADARACHE, Bibliothèque2019-11-20 12:07:272021-05-10 12:48:042019-11-25 15:55:21enJournal articleshttps://cea.hal.science/cea-02339411/document10.1016/j.jqsrt.2018.12.003application/pdf1Markov media are often used as a prototype model in the analysis of linear particle transport in disordered materials. For this class of stochastic geometries, it is assumed that the chord lengths must follow an exponential distribution, with a direction-dependent average if anisotropy effects are to be taken into account. The practical realizability of Markov media in arbitrary dimension has been a long-standing open question. In this work we show that Poisson hyperplane tessellations provide an explicit construction for random media satisfying the Markov property and easily including anisotropy. The average chord length can be computed explicitly and is be shown to be intimately related to the statistical properties of the tessellation cells and in particular to their surface-to-volume ratio. A computer code that is able to generate anisotropic Poisson tessellations in arbitrary dimension restricted to a given finite domain is developed, and the convergence to exact asymptotic formulas for the chord length distribution and the polyhedral features of the tessellation cells is established by extensive Monte Carlo simulations in the limit of domains having an infinite size.