Studying the effect of electrodes on the electrical impedance measurement of meat

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Authors

  • Dang Thanh Trung Hanoi University of Science and Technology
  • Nguyen Phan Kien (Corresponding Author) Hanoi University of Science and Technology
  • Chu Duc Hoang VNU University of Engineering and Technology
  • Nguyen Thanh Trung Dept. of Medical Equipment, 108 Military Central Hospital

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54939/1859-1043.j.mst.81.2022.21-30

Keywords:

Pork meat; KNO3; Bioelectrical impedance Spectroscopy.

Abstract

Several investigations contributed to developing the Electrical Resistivity Spectroscopy equipment used to evaluate meat standards. In the prior research, a method for effectively calculating the power resistance spectra of pork meat was devised. This method was successfully implemented. Electrodes fabricated from medical knitting needles and the term means syringes were used in this study to measure the energy-dispersive spectra of flesh. These two different transducers were constructed for the investigation and employed in the measurement process. In medicine, both types of electrodes are utilized; however, assessment findings acquired using the same equipment reveal a distinct disparity between the outcomes of the two measurements. This demonstrates that selecting an electrode for a specific measurement requires careful consideration and consideration overall. In the coming years, the investigation and advancement of weighing electrodes, which are utilized to assess the electronic input resistance of pork meat and over which the research group is concentrating, are further investigated to develop the measurement system electrodes the most appropriate and essential. Using data from knowledge grows.

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26-08-2022

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Dang, T. T., P. K. Nguyen, Chu Duc Hoang, and T. T. Nguyen. “Studying the Effect of Electrodes on the Electrical Impedance Measurement of Meat”. Journal of Military Science and Technology, no. 81, Aug. 2022, pp. 21-30, doi:10.54939/1859-1043.j.mst.81.2022.21-30.

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