2.5D finite element method for electrical impedance tomography considering the complete electrode model
The 2.5D Finite Element Method is commonly used in geophysical applications where the goal is to solve a 3-dimensional problem by a set of 2-dimensional models. The key assumption in 2.5D Finite Element analysis is to approximate the medium to be translationally invariant along one of the coordinates. In this work, complimentary modules are developed to enhance the EIDORS  project by the 2.5D Finite Element technique based on the complete electrode model using the proper boundary condition. Furthermore, the efficiency of the method is discussed and the accuracy of the forward solution employing different number of 2-dimensional model is investigated.
|Keywords||2.5D Finite Element Analysis, Complete Electrode Model, Electrical Impedance Tomography|
|Conference||2012 25th IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, CCECE 2012|
Bahrani, N. (Navid), & Adler, A. (2012). 2.5D finite element method for electrical impedance tomography considering the complete electrode model. Presented at the 2012 25th IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, CCECE 2012. doi:10.1109/CCECE.2012.6334971