Identification Of Conductive And Non-Conductive Elements In Two-Dimensional Electrical Impedance Tomography Using Finite Element Method
Abstract: In this paper by using two-dimensional Electrical Impedance Tomography we have tried to distinguish the
element under supervision on the basis of conductivity. A prototype of such system has been constructed with 16 electrode
circular phantom. Once the set up is ready, we have tested it twice with an oval shaped object of different conductivity. In
first study, we have considered that the object is made of gold whereas in second case we have studied the object as an
unwanted one for human body like tumor. Voltage distributions are measured across the interior of the body under
consideration. Conduction and Non-Conduction lines can be easily visualized from the bending of the equipotential line
obtained from the simulation study done in the platform of Finite Element Method based Multiphysics Software.