2D Imaging Technique Electrical Impedance Distribution on Liquid with Paired Method and Using EIDORS Software

Ahmad Zarkasi, Abdurrouf Abdurrouf, Didik Rahadi Santoso

Abstract


This paper discusses 2D imaging of electric impedance distribution on a liquid using the Electrical Impedance Tomography (EIT) principle. The tomography technique used in the imaging process is paired method (neighboring method), with input data obtained from the measurement of electric potential in the boundary of the measuring object. The measurement data is reconstructed using open source software, EIDORS, which is in image reconstruction using Finite Element Method (FEM) principle. As a comparison of the image reconstruction results by EIDORS, here used Boundary Data Simulation (BDS) obtained from the same measurement data. Based on the results of 2D image images obtained, it is evident that the imaging techniques and methods used have been able to show the distribution of the electrical impedance values of the measuring object and have a good conformity with the results of the BDS. 


Keywords


EIT; Paired Methods; EIDORS; FEM; BDS

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