double electric layer

Modeling local non-homogeneity in electroconductive non-ferromagnetic thermoelastic solid

We consider the key systems describing steady state of a locally inhomogeneous electroconductive non-ferromagnetic solid within framework of the local gradient approach in thermomechanics. An arbitrarily chosen subdomain of the solid is regarded as a thermodynamically open system that can exchange by mass with  environment. It is assumed that this exchange occurs suddenly at the initial time when the body structure is instantly set. The mass sources are introduced into the model to conform the actual and reference body states.

Modeling the adsorption connections and their influence on informational parameters of metal-electrolyte interface

The methodology of mathematical modeling and the information tools for determination of the influence of an adsorption on the physical characteristics of the electric double layer of the "metal-electrolyte" interface are described