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April 13, 2023 at 9:09 amlancerSubscriber
Fluent Addon Modules:
1. MHD Model
2. Fiber Model
3. Fuel Cell and Electrolysis Model
4. SOFC Model with Unresolved Electrolyte
5. Population Balance Model
6. Adjoint Solver
7. Single-Potential Battery Model
8. MSMD Battery Model
9. PEM Fuel Cell Model
10. Macroscopic Particle Model
11. Reduced Order Model
12. PCB Model
Hello, I have a planar SOFC model, with interconnect, fuel channel, air channel, electrolyte, anode and cathode. I don't use catalyst layer for my SOFC model. Which module should I use?
May 8, 2023 at 2:10 pmAleksey GerasimovSubscriber
If you use the Unresolved Electrolyte SOFC model (number 4) that the catalysts and the electrolyte regions will not be included. Alternatively, module number 3 can be used, however, this approach implies that the catalysts and the electrolyte are included in the geometry explicitly and are resolved. Module number 4 is a pragmatic simplification of the fully resolved approach. We do not offer an approach that includes electrolyte but excludes catalysts. Such approach would imply a dense mesh resolution comparable to the fully resolved approach, but would still imply that the reactions take place within the first planes of cells next to electrolyte on both: anode and cathode sides.
The Unresolved Electrolyte SOFC model is a pragmatic and a cost effective way to simulate SOFC cells and stacks.
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