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Title: Electrical conductivity identification of composite materials using a 3-D anisotropic shell element model
Authors: Bensaid, Samir
Issue Date: 24-Feb-2009
Publisher: university bouira
Citation: IEEE
Abstract: This paper presents an electrical conductivity identification technique of composite materials based on electrical resistance measurement with a frequency range from 1 kHz to 1 MHz. Resistance is measured by an impedance analyzer and also computed using the 3-D anisotropic shell element model. The inverse problem technique is then applied to identify the conductivity tensor components. This technique is validated using anisotropic materials with known electrical conductivity tensor.
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