### Abstract

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.

Original language | English |
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Pages (from-to) | 105-106 |

Number of pages | 2 |

Journal | Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts |

Volume | 85-2 |

Publication status | Published - 1985 Dec 1 |

Externally published | Yes |

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*Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts*,

*85-2*, 105-106.

**I-BIEM : 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.** / Cahan, B. D.; Scherson, Daniel Alberto; Reid, Margaret A.

Research output: Contribution to journal › Conference article

*Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts*, vol. 85-2, pp. 105-106.

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AU - Cahan, B. D.

AU - Scherson, Daniel Alberto

AU - Reid, Margaret A.

PY - 1985/12/1

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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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VL - 85-2

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JO - Electrochemical Society Extended Abstracts

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