Inverse Problems in Nondestructive Evaluations
Final rept. 1 Sep 1991-31 Aug 1992
DELAWARE UNIV NEWARK DEPT OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
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With the funding provided by AFOSR, the PI was able to take his sabbatical leave for the period of 1 Sep 91 - 31 Aug 92 at Rutgers University. At Rutgers, the PI collaborated with Prof. Michael Vogelius on several problems. The research resulted in several reports, some of which have already been accepted for publication. The main research proposed was to investigate various aspects of the problem of electrical impedance tomography. In electrical impedance tomography, the problem is to image the interior of an object from static electrical measurements conducted on the boundary. The techniques of electrical impedance tomography may be applied to nondestructive evaluation of structures. The grant was directly responsible for two major accomplishments - 1 Inversion from real data and 2 Sensitivity of electrical impedance tomography.
- Electricity and Magnetism