Linear instability of the electroforming process
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In a mathematical model for the electroforming process a linear stability analysis shows that the metal/electrolyte interface is unstable under small perturbations. Thus the model is ill-posed, so a different dynamic condition on the free boundary is suggested which allows nonuniformities to form but eliminates infinite front velocities, thus reflecting better the actual process.
KeywordsMathematical Model Stability Analysis Industrial Mathematic Actual Process Free Boundary
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