January 25, 2023 at 7:16 amFAQParticipant
It is possible for SOFC to complete a SOEC analysis using the module. SOEC stands for solid oxide electrolysis cells. The following reaction will occur: 2H2O-> 2H2 + O2 The calculation method is very similar to SOEC. The sign of the current value should be set to negative or set the cell voltage greater than the open circuit voltage. It is also set up in the same manner in both the SOFC and SOEC analysis. Also, please note: 1.Voltage-tap is the hydrogen side, current-tap is set to the oxygen side 2.Anode is the hydrogen side, cathode is set to the oxygen side
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