Stellar models attempt to reproduce supernovae via core collapse processes which are created in numerical simulations. Recent advances in the understanding of supernovae processes as well as in computer hardware technologies are producing increasingly sophisticated multi-dimensional supernova simulations. Some of the processes involved are neutron capture, radioactive decay, the different fusion branches and the neutrinos they produce, neutrino high-energy physics, neutrino-matter interaction and neutrino scattering. This thesis is a simulation of the behavior of stellar fluid undergoing neutrino heating in a shock tube. --Leaf 1.