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Kazakovtseva Ekaterina Vasilyevna

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Kuban State University

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## Articles count: 5

In the article we have derived mathematical models of non-stationary transport binary electrolyte in EMS (electromembrane systems: electrodialysis apparatus, electromembrane cell, etc.) for the galvanostatic mode. To be specific, as EMS viewed channel of desalting of EDA (electrodialysis apparatus) and EMS with RMD (rotating membrane disk). We present a formula expressing the intensity of the electric field through the current density and concentration. Also, we have received the differential equation for the current density. The fundamental point here is derived new equation for the unknown vector function of current density of the initial system of equations of Nernst-Planck. In addition, the article shows the output equation for the current density in three dimensions; we have proposed various methods for solving the equation of the current density and the boundary conditions for the current density. The proposed mathematical models of transport binary electrolyte are easy to be generalized to an arbitrary electrolyte. However, the corresponding equations are cumbersome. It should be also noted that the boundary conditions can be varied and depend on the purpose of a particular study in this regard, in this work are just the equation having the general form

This work is a continuation of [1], which was devoted to
the investigation of the hydrodynamics of the experimental electrochemical cell with rotating disk cation exchange membrane. This article focuses on the transport of salt ions in a closed cell at different initial experimentation with modes of exact current regimes. The main regularities of transport of salt ions and membrane equal accessible surface were set

This article investigates hydrodynamic of experimental electrochemical cell with rotating disk in the cation exchange membrane. We have also investigated the flow in open, with the free surface of the solution and in hermetically closed cells. The main regularities of the hydrodynamics of the experimental cell at its real size were set

This article describes a mathematical model of transport
of salt ions in a cell with a rotating disk cation exchange
membrane at transcendent current regimes, taking into
account electroconvection. Based on this model, we had
a theoretically study of the process of transfer of salt
ions and the dependence of the thickness of the
diffusion layer from the fall of potential. This article is
a continuation of [8] and [9], it conducted a numerical
analysis of boundary value problem for a system of
equations Nernst-Planck-Poisson and Navier-Stokes
equations, modeling the transport of salt ions in a
cylindrical cell with a rotating disc cation exchange
membrane based on electroconvection. It is shown there
is an electroconvection vortex in the center of the
membrane disc. The solution flows around this vortex
and forms a stagnation zone in front of it. With the
increase in the size of the fall of potential, the
electroconvective vortex decreases and at some value,
the electroconvective vortex disappears. The study was
conducted in the 1000 s when the angular velocity of 30 turns in a minute and change of the potential difference
of 0.2V to 1.4V with a step 0.1. As a result, in this
study it is shown that the thickness of the diffusion
layer is practically linearly dependent on the fall of
potential. The linear dependence of the thickness of
diffusion layer from the fall of potential, in the first
approximation, is disturbed by a slight deflection curve,
the causes of which are needed to be found by means of
extra experiments

This article is a continuation of the works [1,2], which were devoted to the study of hydrodynamics and transport of salt ions in the experimental electrochemical cell with a rotating disk with a cation exchange membrane of exact current modes, when the condition of local electroneutrality. This article presents a mathematical model of transport of salt ions in a cell with a rotating disk with a cation exchange membrane exorbitant current regimes, taking into account electroconvection. Under these conditions, fluid dynamics depends on the ion transport process salt and described by the system of Navier-Stokes equations in cylindrical coordinate system with the electric forces