Prediction of Flow in Non-prismatic Compound Open Channel using Artificial Neural Network

Singh, Devi Prasad (2016) Prediction of Flow in Non-prismatic Compound Open Channel using Artificial Neural Network. MTech thesis.

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Abstract

Every stream on the planet is one of a kind. Some are tenderly bended, others are wind, and some others are generally straight and skewed. The extent of stream geometry additionally changes from segment to area longitudinally because of various pressure driven and surface conditions called non-prismatic channel. A significant part of the examination work are observed to be done on prismatic compound channels. There has additionally been an advancement of work found for winding channels. However, a time which has been dismissed is that of the work for non-prismatic compound channels. An exertion has been made to investigate the examination business related to non-prismatic directs in various sorts of stream conditions. A trial perception has been made to examine the speed appropriation, limit shear stress dispersion and vitality loss of a compound channel with merging surge plain. The computation of Depth normal speed, vitality misfortune, limit shear stress in non-prismatic compound channel stream is more perplexing. The expectation of the stream qualities in compound channels with prismatic and non-prismatic floodplains is a testing assignment for power through pressure engineers because of the three dimensional nature of the stream Basic traditional methodologies can't foresee the aforementioned stream attributes with adequate precision, subsequently here can effortlessly implementable system the Artificial Neural Network can be utilized for forecast, approval and investigation of the stream parameters specified. The model performed entirely agreeable when contrasted and the other traditional strategies.

Item Type:Thesis (MTech)
Uncontrolled Keywords:ANN, Prismatic, Non prismatic, Depth average velocity, Boundry shear stress
Subjects:Engineering and Technology > Civil Engineering > Water Resources Engineering
Divisions: Engineering and Technology > Department of Civil Engineering
ID Code:8512
Deposited By:Mr. Sanat Kumar Behera
Deposited On:30 Aug 2017 11:29
Last Modified:30 Aug 2017 11:29
Supervisor(s):Khatua, K K

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