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Simulation of Electrochemical Processes
C.A. Brebbia, V.G. Degiorgi and R.A. Adey

Simulation of Electrochemical Processes
Simulation of Electrochemical Processes


Fine. 264pp. RRP at time of listing £136.00.

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Detailed Information

Item No: B28928
ISBN: 9781845640125
Publication date: 2005
Published by: Wit Press.
Published location: Southampton, Boston.
Edition: 1st Edition, First printing.
Illustrated: Illustrated within text.
Dimensions: 8vo. 9 1/4".
Cover: Hard
About this title:


This book contains most of the papers presented at the first International Conference on the Simulation of Electrochemical Processes held in Cadiz, Spain in May 2005. The meeting was organised by the Wessex Institute of Technology.


The motivation for the meeting was to bring together researchers who have made significant developments in the area of Electrochemical modelling over recent years. Electrochemical processes are used by engineers to protect structures against corrosion, to apply coatings and paints, and as a manufacturing process. However, until recently, Engineers had to use experimental testing or frequent surveys to ensure the adequacy of a design as sophisticated prediction models were not available. The papers presented at this conference demonstrate the major advances that have been made in computational modelling to enable the most complex processes to be simulated.