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I_Anode much bigger than I_Cathode in PEMFC model despite convergence.

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Old   August 4, 2020, 14:29
Unhappy I_Anode much bigger than I_Cathode in PEMFC model despite convergence.
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I am using the PEMFC module and after setting it all up, the solver runs and all the residuals slowly fall. Somehow, the current density at the anode is about double that of the cathode. The contours I've made look good, too. I can't identify the issue so If anyone has run into this issue and was able to solve it I'd love to know. Thanks.
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