Numerical Analysis for Nematic Electrolytes

04/22/2020
by   Ľubomír Baňas, et al.
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We consider a system of nonlinear PDEs modeling nematic electrolytes, and construct a dissipative solution with the help of its implementable, structure-inheriting space-time discretization. Computational studies are performed to study the mutual effects of electric, elastic, and viscous effects onto the molecules in a nematic electrolyte.

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