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Comsol PEM Electrolysis

Comsol PEM Electrolysis

Comsol PEM Electrolysis

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Hello,

As part of a research project I need to use Comsol to simulate PEM electrolysis. I have done the following available tutorials:

- Mass Transport Analysis of a High Temperature PEM Fuel Cell
- Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Electrolyzer

The second tutorial, while being about electrolysis, only looks at water and oxygen, with hydrogen being missing from the simulation.
I was thinking that maybe there is a way to use the fuel cell created in the first tutorial and revert its process by changing some settings so it becomes an electrolysis PEM module instead.
My problem is that, having no experience from Comsol, I do not know how to approach this. Other tutorials online look at fuel cells while I need to simulate electrolysis.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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