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Kinematic wave theory for transient bed sediment waves in alluvial rivers
(American Society of Civil Engineers, 2008-05)
Transient bed sediment waves in alluvial rivers have been described using a multitude of hydraulic formulations. These formulations are based on some form of the St. Venant equations and conservation of mass of sediment ...
Genetic algorithm-based discharge estimation at sites receiving lateral inflows
(American Society of Civil Engineers, 2009)
The genetic algorithm (GA) technique is applied to obtain optimal parameter values of the standard rating curve model (RCM) for predicting, in real time, event-based flow discharge hydrographs at sites receiving significant ...
Predicting mean and bankfull discharge from channel cross-sectional area by expert and regression methods
This study employed four methods-non-linear regression, fuzzy logic (FL), artificial neural networks (ANNs), and genetic algorithm (GA)-based nonlinear equation-for predicting mean discharge and bank-full discharge from ...
Reverse flood routing in natural channels using genetic algorithm
Establishing a clear overview of data discharge availability for water balance modelling in basins is a priority in Europe, and in the particular in the framework of the system of Economic and Environmental Accounts for ...