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In the purpose of in situ control of hydrodynamic influence on electrochemical processes, a cell jet device has
been conceived and characterized. This cell was sensitive to parameters that are the jet tube diameter, and its height versus
the working electrode. So, the three hydrodynamic flow modes have been established from the non dimensional Reynolds
number. From the use of this cell for the study of co deposition from the Ni/SiC system with a WATT bath, it was shown
that the turbulent flow to favor more embedment of SiC particles in the nickel matrix. It also noted an influence of the flow mode and SiC particles on the working current.