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Processes, Volume 7, Issue 9 (September 2019) – 91 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Pore network models are very efficient mathematical models that can provide information about the [...] Read more. Pore network models are very efficient mathematical models that can provide information about the interrelation of the structural peculiarities of the porous transport layer (PTL) and the performance of water electrolysis. They can be used to simulate the pore-scale distribution of oxygen and water in dependence of the current density. The very first simulation results with idealized 3D pore network lattices showed that the invasion of the PTL with oxygen can result in multiple clustering of the liquid phase with disruption of liquid transport if wetting liquid films are disregarded. This dramatically affects the relative permeability of both fluids. View this paper.