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Old   February 17, 2010, 16:16
Default Representing Electrochemical reactions
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Firstly I would like to introduce myself as being new to this field and I am not a CFD student .

I am actually working on some electrochemical machining. I wanted to be able to simulate the whole ECM process in ANSYS. I have searched a lot online but am not really able to find a way to get started on this.

If someone could give me a heads up on how to actually represent electrochemical reactions taking place on solid bodies using ANSYS/CFX/FLUENT I'd really appreciate it.

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