Definition of the Electrolysis application 3D
Electric point of view
From the electrical point of view, two types of computation are proposed in Flux. These two computations are presented in the table below.
Simplified or incomplete computation (Without computation of the current in the metallic conducting regions)  Complete computation (With computation the current in the metallic conducting regions) 

Assumptions:

Assumptions:

Computation:

Computation:

Results:

Results:

The electric potential in the electrolyte (V_{EL}) is generally called UEP (Underwater Electric Potential)
Magnetic point of view
From the magnetic point of view, the user has the possibility to compute the magnetic field generated by the current distribution (Flux option: With the computation of the magnetic field due to the computed currents). The magnetic field is computed in all the regions, even in those that are not active. This computation is valid if the metallic structure is non magnetic.
The magnetic field created in the electrolyte is called CRM (Corrosion Related Magnetic Field)