201st Meeting - Philadelphia, PA

May 12-17, 2002


Z1 - Design And Mathematical Modeling Of Electrochemical Systems

Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering/Battery/Energy Technology

Thursday, May 16, 2002

Salon C, Level 5

Co-Chairs: M. Doyle and J.W. Van Zee

8:001125 Modeling of Electrohydrodynamic Flow Around a Single Particle on an Electrode with Alternating Current - J. Fagan, P. Sides, and D. Prieve (Carnegie Mellon University)
8:201126 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)
8:401127 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)
9:001128 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)
9:201129 Abstract Withdrawn
9:40 Thirty-Minute Intermission -
10:201130 Effect of Potential Dependent Boundary Conditions and Non-Linear Potentials on Defect Distribution and Transport in n-Type Oxide MIECs - K. Duncan and E. Wachsman (University of Florida)
10:401131 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)
11:151132 A Deposition Modeling Tool for Electrochemists - E.J. McInerney and L.A. Gochberg (Novellus Systems, Inc.)

Co-Chairs: M. Orazem and T.F. Fuller

1:401133 Competition Between Oxygen Reduction Pathways in SOFC Cathode Material - G. Coffey, L. Pederson, and P. Rieke (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
2:001134 Integrated CFD Simulation Tool for Fuel Cell Performance Analysis - J.V. Cole and S. Mazumder (CFD Research Corporation)
2:201135 The Effects of Flow-Field Configurations on PEMFC Performance - S. Shimpalee, J. Glandt, S. Greenway, W.-K. Lee, and J. Van Zee (Unicersity of South Carolina)
2:401136 Prediction of Transient Response for a 25-cm2 PEM Fuel Cell - S. Shimpalee, W.-K. Lee, J. Van Zee (University of South Carolina), and H. Naseri-Neshat (South Carolina State University)
3:001137 Rates of Adsorption, Desorption and Oxidation of CO on PEM Electrodes - B. Lakshmanan and J. Weidner (University of South Carolina)
3:201138 Estimating Paramaters for Rates of CO Poisoning and Recovery in a PEMFC - T. Nwoga and J.W. Van Zee (University of South Carolina)
3:401139 Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell - Single Cell Model - A. Kumar and R. Reddy (The University of Alabama)
4:001140 The Modeling of the Polarization of water in Nanopores of Polymer Electrolyte Membranes - R. Paul (The University of Calgary) and S. Paddison (Motorola, Inc.)
4:201141 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.)
4:401142 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)
5:001143 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)
5:201144 Characterization of Isothermal Charge/Discharge Behavior of Commercial Ni-MH Cells: Comparison of Experimental Data to a First-principles Mathematical Model - Y. Pan, V. Srinivasan, and C.Y. Wang (The Pennsylvania State University)
5:401145 2D Impedance of a Porous Electrode - V. Masyukov (Russian Academy of Sciences)

Friday, May 17, 2002

Salon C, Level 5

Co-Chairs: J.W. Van Zee and T.F Fuller

8:001146 Perspectives on the Evolution of Electrochemical Engineering - R.C. Alkire (University of Illinois) and T.W. Chapman (Howard University)
8:301147 From Mathematical Models to New Experimental Methods and From Experimental Methods to New Mathematical Models: An Integrated Approach - B. Tribollet (Universite Pierre et Marie Curie)
9:001148 Error Analysis for Interpretation of Impedance Data using Mathematical Models - M. Orazem (University of Florida) and B. Tribollet (Universite Pierre et Marie Curie)
9:201149 Simulating Linear Polarization Curves from the Electrochemical Impedance Spectrum - F. Martin (GEO-Centers, Inc.), J. Olek (Purdue University), and P. Natishan (Naval Research Laboratory)
9:40 Thirty-Minute Intermission -
10:201150 Estimation of Diffusion Coefficient of Lithium in Carbon Using AC Impedance Technique - Q. Guo, V.R. Subramanian, J.W. Weidner, and R.E. White (University of South Carolina)
10:401151 Estimation and Optimization of the Quality of Electrochemical Impedance Data in the Silver Electrodeposition System - L. Pauwels, W. Simons, and A. Hubin (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
11:001152 Software Development for Frequency Domain Spectroelectrochemical Experiments - D. Brevnov (Clarkson University)
11:201153 Numerical Simulation of Erosion-Corrosion in Four-Phase Flow - B. Bozzini (Universita di Lecce)
11:401154 Drawing of the Optimal Geometry of Electrochemical Cells - H. Lavelaine de Maubeuge (USINOR Recherche)