impedance of a porous-ceramic-like material
Posted Oct 27, 2020, 10:50 AM EDT Electrical, AC/DC & Electromagnetics, MEMS & Nanotechnology, Semiconductors, MEMS & Nanotechnology, Electrochemical Engineering Version 5.5 0 Replies
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I am wondering which physical and study interfaces I may use to simulate the impedance of a porous-ceramic-like material. I am aware of the ESI and batteries module but they seem specifically thought for elecrochemical systems. I would like to simulate a phenomenological model of this porous material and I am expecting a brick layer model behavior as the experimetal data say so. I would get from it Nyquist and Bode plots and fit the model parameters on the experimental data. May it require the AC/DC electric current module with frequency domain perturbation study?
Hello Maurizio Celentano
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