201st Meeting  Philadelphia, PA
May 1217, 2002
PROGRAM INFORMATION
Z1  Design And Mathematical Modeling Of Electrochemical Systems
Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering/Battery/Energy Technology
Thursday, May 16, 2002
Salon C, Level 5
CoChairs: M. Doyle and J.W. Van Zee
Time  Abs#  Title 
8:00  1125 
Modeling of Electrohydrodynamic Flow Around a Single Particle on an Electrode with Alternating Current  J. Fagan, P. Sides, and D. Prieve (Carnegie Mellon University) 
8:20  1126 
Simulation of Electrochemical Processes at a Rotating Disc Electrode  B. Mollay (University of Vienna),
J.O. Besenhard, G. Fafilek, H. Kronberger, and G.E. Nauer (ECHEM) 
8:40  1127 
Simulation and Modeling: Generation of Structured Surfaces Using Pulse Plating  B. Mollay (University of Vienna),
J.O. Besenhard, G. Fafilek, H. Kronberger, and G.E. Nauer (ECHEM) 
9:00  1128 
Comparison of Mathematical Models of Reactions Kinetics in Galvanochemical Water Treatment Process  A. Pikelny (Alfred Mann Foundation) and O. Pikelnaya (University of California Los Angeles) 
9:20  1129 
Abstract Withdrawn 
9:40  
ThirtyMinute Intermission  
10:20  1130 
Effect of Potential Dependent Boundary Conditions and NonLinear Potentials on Defect Distribution and Transport in nType Oxide MIECs  K. Duncan and E. Wachsman (University of Florida) 
10:40  1131 
Phase Field Modeling Applied to the Double Layer 
J.E. Guyer, W.J. Boettinger, J.A. Warren, and G.B. McFadden (National Institute of Standards and Technology) 
11:15  1132 
A Deposition Modeling Tool for Electrochemists 
E.J. McInerney and L.A. Gochberg (Novellus Systems, Inc.) 
CoChairs: M. Orazem and T.F. Fuller
Time  Abs#  Title 
1:40  1133 
Competition Between Oxygen Reduction Pathways in SOFC Cathode Material  G. Coffey, L. Pederson, and P. Rieke (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) 
2:00  1134 
Integrated CFD Simulation Tool for Fuel Cell Performance Analysis 
J.V. Cole and S. Mazumder (CFD Research Corporation) 
2:20  1135 
The Effects of FlowField Configurations on PEMFC Performance  S.
Shimpalee, J. Glandt, S. Greenway, W.K. Lee, and J. Van Zee (Unicersity of South Carolina) 
2:40  1136 
Prediction of Transient Response for a 25cm2 PEM Fuel Cell  S.
Shimpalee, W.K. Lee, J. Van Zee (University of South Carolina), and H. NaseriNeshat (South Carolina State University) 
3:00  1137 
Rates of Adsorption, Desorption and Oxidation of CO on PEM Electrodes  B. Lakshmanan and J. Weidner (University of South Carolina) 
3:20  1138 
Estimating Paramaters for Rates of CO Poisoning and Recovery in a PEMFC  T. Nwoga and
J.W. Van Zee (University of South Carolina) 
3:40  1139 
Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell  Single Cell Model  A. Kumar and R. Reddy (The University of Alabama) 
4:00  1140 
The Modeling of the Polarization of water in Nanopores of Polymer Electrolyte Membranes  R. Paul (The University of Calgary) and S. Paddison (Motorola, Inc.) 
4:20  1141 
Molecular Modeling of Proton Transport in Partially Hydrated Polymer Electrolyte Membranes  S. Paddison (Motorola Inc.), M.
Eikerling, L. Pratt (Los Alamos National Laboratory), and T. Zawodzinski (Motorola Inc.) 
4:40  1142 
Phase Stability of Lithiated Transition Metal Oxides  A.
Landa, C.C. Chang, P. Kumta (Carnegie Mellon University), L. Vitos (Royal Institute of Technology), and I. Abrikosov
(Uppsala University) 
5:00  1143 
Recent Progress on Numerical Simulation of Fast Charging Nickel Metal Hydride Traction Batteries  X.G. Yang, K. Bethune, and
B.Y. Liaw (University of Hawaii) 
5:20  1144 
Characterization of Isothermal Charge/Discharge Behavior of Commercial NiMH Cells: Comparison of Experimental Data to a Firstprinciples Mathematical Model  Y. Pan, V.
Srinivasan, and C.Y. Wang (The Pennsylvania State University) 
5:40  1145 
2D Impedance of a Porous Electrode  V. Masyukov (Russian Academy of Sciences) 
Friday, May 17, 2002
Salon C, Level 5
CoChairs: J.W. Van Zee and T.F Fuller
