[automatically translated] The electrical resistivity tomography is rarely used in the study of the walls of artistic value, despite the potential for a resolution: through three-dimensional surveys it is possible to obtain scans of detailed and representative 3D resistivity. The need to include "nails" to enter the current, confines the applicability of valuable surfaces. We have overcome this limitation by developing a methodology (MYG) which reduces drastically compared to classical methods, the number of electrodes used to enter the current (about 15 times) and the acquisition time (about 50 times), allowing the use of non-invasive electrodes for the extent of potential.
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|