|February 1, 2008, 05:47||
sofc geometry drawing with gambit.
I'm currently doing a SOFC model. I'm having some problems with my SOFC model results in fluent, so I'm wondering whether my geometry setup is wrong.
From what I know, the electrolyte has to be treated as just a wall just in between the anode and cathode. This will result in a electrolyte shadow created in fluent.
What I'm not sure is do I have to do the same thing for the current collectors? Must the anode and cathode current collectors be above the anode and cathode directly so that anode and cathode current collector walls will be formed?
Anyway if anybody has a good user guide or website teaching how to reproduce a SOFC model in gambit, please share with me. Thanks.
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