Moreover, the role of some important parameters including

current density, electrolysis time, concentration and type of electrolyte, pH, flow rate of the solution, and the concentration of dye was investigated.

Replacing the laminated magnetic core with a homogeneous medium, in a two-dimensional approximation, changes the real direction of the

current density vector to one that is perpendicular to the surface of the calculated domain.

The real value of the experimental voltage was then calculated for each selected

current density step, according to the relationship:

The results presented in Table 1 and figure 5 indicate that the samples presented values of

current density of 1.235 and 1.313 mA/[cm.sup.-2] for the cells with 5% and 15% of [Nb.sub.2][O.sub.5] respectively.

A way to visualize this j(r) structure is the following: if one looks inward toward the central z-axis of the flow from any point, r,and then backs away, outward, with increasing distance from the axis, the net

current density vector, j(r), will appear to rotate smoothly clockwise, and its magnitude will gradually decrease (as 1/[square root of r]).

According to literature as the

current density increases, the corrosion rate (CR) increases (Bardal, 2007).

A Constant Load Discharge (CLD) technique was employed to generate power and

current density curves.

This is seen as an increase in the

current density after HCl addition.

The SVET

current density maps and the statistical analysis of the data were performed with Origin software.

Effect of

Current Density on Solvent Cointercalation.

In this study a precise quantification, using computational techniques and appropriately defined metrics, of the

current density distributions in the brain of different-aged detailed anatomical human models was conducted.

The long-term stability of the PCW/CMP electrode was tested by galvanostatic charge/discharge cycling at a

current density of 1 mA/[cm.sup.2] for 1700 cycles.