Publication detail

Designing a Triaxial Gaussmeter for Magnetic Impedance Tomography

ROUBAL, Z. HEJTMÁNEK, T. KŘÍŽ, T.

Original Title

Designing a Triaxial Gaussmeter for Magnetic Impedance Tomography

English Title

Designing a Triaxial Gaussmeter for Magnetic Impedance Tomography

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Magnetic impedance tomography is an image reconstruction method exploiting the conductivity distribution on the surface of the investigated sample. To facilitate the actual reconstruction, we have to map the magnetic field on the given surface; however, none of the commercially available Gaussmeters enables the user to employ an external signal for synchronous detection, meaning that our device is unique in this respect. The applicability of the proposed design in practical measurement is demonstrated within the paper.

English abstract

Magnetic impedance tomography is an image reconstruction method exploiting the conductivity distribution on the surface of the investigated sample. To facilitate the actual reconstruction, we have to map the magnetic field on the given surface; however, none of the commercially available Gaussmeters enables the user to employ an external signal for synchronous detection, meaning that our device is unique in this respect. The applicability of the proposed design in practical measurement is demonstrated within the paper.

Keywords

Magnetic impedance tomography, hall probe, gaussmeter

Released

01.08.2019

Publisher

Institute of Measurement Science, Slovak Academy of Science

Location

Bratislava, SK

ISBN

978-80-972629-3-8

Book

2019 PROCEEDINGS OF THE 12TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MEASUREMENT (MEASUREMENT 2019)

Pages from

270

Pages to

273

Pages count

4

URL

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT160908,
  author="Zdeněk {Roubal} and Tomáš {Hejtmánek} and Tomáš {Kříž}",
  title="Designing a Triaxial Gaussmeter for Magnetic Impedance Tomography",
  annote="Magnetic impedance tomography is an image reconstruction method exploiting the conductivity distribution on the surface of the investigated sample. To facilitate the actual reconstruction, we have to map the magnetic field on the given surface; however, none of the commercially available Gaussmeters enables the user to employ an external signal for synchronous detection, meaning that our device is unique in this respect. The applicability of the proposed design in practical measurement is demonstrated within the paper.",
  address="Institute of Measurement Science, Slovak Academy of Science",
  booktitle="2019 PROCEEDINGS OF THE 12TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MEASUREMENT (MEASUREMENT 2019)",
  chapter="160908",
  doi="10.23919/MEASUREMENT47340.2019.8780074",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="Institute of Measurement Science, Slovak Academy of Science",
  year="2019",
  month="august",
  pages="270--273",
  publisher="Institute of Measurement Science, Slovak Academy of Science",
  type="conference paper"
}