TY - JOUR

T1 - I-BIEM

T2 - AN ITERATIVE BOUNDARY INTEGRAL EQUATION METHOD FOR COMPUTER SOLUTIONS OF CURRENT DISTRIBUTION PROBLEMS WITH COMPLEX BOUNDARIES - A NEW ALGORITHM PART I: THEORETICAL, PART II: APPLICATIONS.

AU - Cahan, B. D.

AU - Scherson, Daniel Alberto

AU - Reid, Margaret A.

PY - 1985/12/1

Y1 - 1985/12/1

N2 - An iterative algorithm has been developed using Green's second theorem with which the surface integral is transformed into a line integral. Thus memory size and computing time are significantly reduced. With this algorithm irregular boundaries, moving boundaries, and non-linear boundary conditions (e. g. , Tafel relations and diffusion layers) can be treated easily with little more effort than primary current distribution problems. Examples illustrate the use of the algorithm for several interesting geometries.

AB - An iterative algorithm has been developed using Green's second theorem with which the surface integral is transformed into a line integral. Thus memory size and computing time are significantly reduced. With this algorithm irregular boundaries, moving boundaries, and non-linear boundary conditions (e. g. , Tafel relations and diffusion layers) can be treated easily with little more effort than primary current distribution problems. Examples illustrate the use of the algorithm for several interesting geometries.

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M3 - Conference article

AN - SCOPUS:0022280361

VL - 85-2

SP - 105

EP - 106

JO - Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts

JF - Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts

SN - 0160-4619

ER -