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作者:P. Laffay , S. Moreau , M.C. Jacob ...
来源:[J].Journal of Sound and Vibration(IF 1.613), 2020, Vol.472
摘要:Abstract(#br)An experimental investigation of the noise radiated by a ducted high pressure flow discharge through diaphragms and perforated plates is carried out for a large range of subsonic and supersonic operating conditions (Nozzle Pressure Ratio (NPR) from 1.2 to 3.6). A par...
作者:P. Laffay , S. Moreau , M.C. Jacob ...
来源:[J].Journal of Sound and Vibration(IF 1.613), 2018, Vol.434, pp.144-165
摘要:Abstract(#br)An experimental analysis of the noise radiated by a high pressure flow discharge through diaphragms and perforated plates is carried out for a large range of subsonic and supersonic operating conditions (nozzle pressure ratio (NPR) from 1 to 3.6). A parametric study ...
作者:Hiva Yaghmaei , Seyed Hamidreza Sadeghi , Hamidreza Moradi ...
来源:[J].Journal of Hydrology(IF 2.964), 2018, Vol.557, pp.254-264
摘要:Abstract(#br)Trends in flow discharge, temperature and rainfall from the Qom Rood Watershed, Iran, for a period of 1979–2016 were analyzed at monthly and annual time scales. Trend analyses were conducted using the Mann-Kendall test, the double-mass curve of mean annual discharge...
作者:Ching-Min Chang , Hund-Der Yeh
来源:[J].Journal of Hydrology(IF 2.964), 2016, Vol.543, pp.625-629
摘要:Abstract(#br)This article considers stream flow discharge moving through channels subject to the lateral inflow and described by a linearized diffusion wave equation. The variability of lateral inflow is manifested by random fluctuations in time, which is the only source of uncer...
作者:Ataollah Kavian , Mohammad Golshan , Zahra Abdollahi
来源:[J].Environmental Earth Sciences(IF 1.445), 2017, Vol.76 (16)
摘要:... In this way, the impact of land use changes on stream flow generation, evaporation and hydrological processes of the Haraz basin has been studied. Land use maps for the years of 1988, 2000 and 2013 were prepared and assessed for any changes in land use using land change mo...
作者:B. S. Daya Sagar
来源:[J].Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics(IF 1.409), 2005, Vol.12 (1), pp.31
摘要:Spatio-temporal patterns of small water bodies (SWBs) under the influence of temporally varied stream flow discharge are simulated in discrete space by employing geomorphologically realistic expansion and contraction transformations. Cascades of expansion-contraction are systemat...
作者:B. S. Daya Sagar
来源:[J].Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics(IF 1.409), 2005, Vol.12 (1), pp.31-40
摘要:Spatio-temporal patterns of small water bodies (SWBs) under the influence of temporally varied stream flow discharge are simulated in discrete space by employing geomorphologically realistic expansion and contraction transformations. Cascades of expansion-contraction are syst...
作者:Ching-Min Chang , Hund-Der Yeh
来源:[J].Journal of Hydrology(IF 2.964), 2014, Vol.517, pp.246-249
摘要:Summary(#br)This article presents the use of stochastic methodology for quantitative analysis of variability in stream flow discharge in response to fluctuations in lateral inflow rate, where the lateral inflow rate is considered to be the difference between rainfall and infiltra...
作者:Arash Adib , Milad Mahmoudian Kafshgar Kalaee , Mohammad Mahmoudian Shoushtari ...
来源:[J].Arabian Journal of Geosciences(IF 0.74), 2017, Vol.10 (9)
摘要:... For forecasting of discharge, gene expression programming (GEP) method is applied. Normality and stationarity of time series are necessary for application of GEP method. For this purpose, third edition of Mann-Kendall trend test and skewness test are used for detection of ...
作者:Mohammad Najafzadeh , Abdolreza Zahiri
来源:[J].Journal of Hydrologic Engineering(IF 1.379), 2015
摘要:AbstractIn this study, neuro-fuzzy-based group method of data handling (NF-GMDH) as an adaptive learning network is used to predict the flow discharge in straight compound channels. The NF-GMDH network is developed by using the particle swarm optimization (PSO) and gravitational ...

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