Hydrodynamic Modeling of Electrocodeposition on a Rotating Cylinder Electrode

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The mathematical model of hydrodynamic mathematical modeling of copper electrodeposition on rotating cylinder electrode are presented. Mass transfer of electrolyte ions is described by diffusion-convection equation. Reynolds-averaged Navier–Stokes equations with Low Reynolds k-e model are used to describe turbulent flow of electrolyte. The results of mathematical modeling are in good agreement with the published experimental data

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A.R. Boccaccini, J.H. Dickerson, B. Ferrari, O. Van der Biest and T. Uchikoshi

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29-33

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A. Vakhrushev and E. Molchanov, "Hydrodynamic Modeling of Electrocodeposition on a Rotating Cylinder Electrode", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 654, pp. 29-33, 2015

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July 2015

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