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ELECTRICIAN Jurnal Rekayasa dan Teknologi Elektro
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Resistor Network Analogy of Non-obtuse Finite Element Model for
Electrical Impedance Tomography
M. Komarudin
Electrical Engineering Department, Lampung University
[email protected]
STMIK Teknokrat Bandar Lampung
Abstract--This paper introduces resistor network analogy of Finite Element Modelling (FEM). The
nonlinear iterative algorithms for image reconstruction in Electrical Impedance Tomography (EIT) involve
computation with large matrices resulting from FEM. Consequently, it is difficult to realise real-time
solutions. By recognising that a non-obtuse finite element model can be considered to be equivalent to a
resistor network, the proposed technique employs matrices of resistors that emulate the elements of a
conventional mesh. Software simulations explore the accuracy in the forward solution for Electrical
Impedance Tomography application. Results of simulation suggest that forward problem can be solved
efficiently using iterative methods with reduced tolerance
Keywords: Resistor Networks, Electrical Impedance Tomography, Finite Element Modelling
Volume 1 No.1 Edisi September 2007 | http://jurnal.ee.unila.ac.id