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Old   August 25, 2005, 17:24
Default Fluent: electrolyte between two parallel electrode
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Dear everyone:

I want to simulate a problem with models for a crystal of magnetite in an electrolyte between two parallel eletrodes. The magnetite is an electronic conductor with a rom-temperature that is sufficiently high that it can be consiered to infinite. I hope to use Fluent, but i am a fresher to Fluent. So i want to know if Fluent has the capability to model this kind of problem and any special module should be used ?

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