Identification of Conductivity Distribution Using Eddy Current Tomography System and Artificial Neural Networks
In certain applications (security, biomedical, food and wood testing etc.) it is necessary to detect and identify position of small metal particles with high precision. This paper presents an eddy current system designated for evaluation of conductivity distribution. The system was modeled using the finite element method as well as it was constructed and the measurements were carried out. Using these results a data base of the signals achieved for various configurations of the test objects were created. The data base was utilized to solve the identification problem. Artificial neural networks were utilized as the inverse models in order to reconstruct two-dimensional distribution of conductivity. Selected results achieved for simulated signals were presented.
A.G. Mamalis, M. Enokizono and A. Kladas
T. Chady et al., "Identification of Conductivity Distribution Using Eddy Current Tomography System and Artificial Neural Networks", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 670, pp. 336-344, 2011