BSTRACT: It is generally known that electrochemical impedance spectroscopy is a powerful technique and itsreal-time application has been demanded for prompt observations on instantaneous electrochemicalchanges. Nevertheless, long measurement time and laborious analysis procedures have hindereddevelopment of it. Solving the problems, here I report of a new algorithm design for developmentof a real-time electrochemical impedance monitoring system, which potentially provides a guidelinein developing monitoring systems of electric vehicles batteries and other electrochemical powerplants. The significant progress in this report is employment of the parallel processing protocolwhich connects independent sub functions to successfully operate with avoiding mutual interrup-tions. Therefore, all the processes required to monitor electrochemical impedance changes in real-time are properly operated. To realize the conceptual scheme, a Labview program was coded withsub functions units which conduct their processes individually and only data are transferredbetween them through the parallel pipelines. Finally, measured impedance spectra and analysisresults are displayed, which are synchronized according to the time of change.Keywords: Impedance spectroscopy, Electrochemical instrument, Real-time measuremen

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Published on 01/01/2012

Volume 2012, 2012
DOI: 10.33961/jecst.2012.3.4.154
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