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The growth of nickel (Ni) particles in the porous anode is one of the most critical issues in solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC). It reduces the density of triple-phase boundaries (TPBs) over time and increases the polarization resistance of SOFC. Most of the three-dimensional models that are used to simulate this phenomenon in detail are numerically exhausting and as such intractable for on-line applications. This work presents a two-dimensional, microstructural model of reduced complexity as adoi:10.3390/app10061906 fatcat:i4mb2kbzubchfae2ru3uaggsgm