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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.
Date of Publication: March 2009