New Separation of Variables Method for Composite Electrodes With Galvanostatic Boundary Conditions
The separation of variables method is extended to obtain concentration profiles in a particle electrode under galvanostatic boundary conditions. The method is also used to find exact analytical solutions for composite slab and spherical electrodes. Finally, the method is used to obtain a solution for a lithium/polymer cell model that was presented previously by Doyle and Newman.
Published in Journal of Power Sources, Volume 96, Issue 2, 2001, pages 385-395.
Copyright Elsevier, 2001.
Subramanian, V. R., & White, R. E. (15 June 2001). New Separation of Variables Method for Composite Electrodes with Galvanostatic Boundary Conditions. Journal of Power Sources, 96 (2), 385 – 395. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0378-7753(00)00656-X