Isa Ebtehaj

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In this study, Gene expression programming (GEP) is employed as a new method for estimating the side weir discharge coefficient. The accuracy of existing equations in evaluating the side weir discharge coefficient is first examined. Afterward, taking into consideration the dimensionless parameters that affect the estimation of this parameter and sensitivity(More)
The existence of sediments in wastewater greatly affects the performance of the sewer and wastewater transmission systems. Increased sedimentation in wastewater collection systems causes problems such as reduced transmission capacity and early combined sewer overflow. The article reviews the performance of the genetic algorithm (GA) and imperialist(More)
Hydraulic jumps can occur downstream of hydraulic structures, such as normal weirs, gates and ogee spillways. The roller length is one of the most important parameters of hydraulic jumps in open channels. In this study, the roller length of a hydraulic jump on a rough bed is predicted using a hybrid of adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference systems and the firefly(More)
Predicting the behavior and geometry of channels and alluvial rivers in which erosion and sediment transport are in equilibrium is among the most important topics relating to river morphology. In this study, the genetic algorithm (GA) is employed to improve the multiobjective Pareto optimal design of group method of data handling (GMDH) neural network(More)
Sediment transport without deposition is an essential consideration in the optimum design of sewer pipes. In this study, a novel method based on a combination of support vector regression (SVR) and the firefly algorithm (FFA) is proposed to predict the minimum velocity required to avoid sediment settling in pipe channels, which is expressed as the(More)
Electrocoagulation (EC) is employed to investigate the energy consumption (EnC) of synthetic wastewater. In order to find the best process conditions, the influence of various parameters including initial pH, initial dye concentration, applied voltage, initial electrolyte concentration, and treatment time are investigated in this study. EnC is considered(More)
In this study, an expert system with a radial basis function neural network (RBF-NN) based on decision trees (DT) is designed to predict sediment transport in sewer pipes at the limit of deposition. First, sensitivity analysis is carried out to investigate the effect of each parameter on predicting the densimetric Froude number (Fr). The results indicate(More)
The minimum velocity required to prevent sediment deposition in open channels is examined in this study. The parameters affecting transport are first determined and then categorized into different dimensionless groups, including “movement,” “transport,” “sediment,” “transport mode,” and “flow resistance.” Six different models are presented to identify the(More)
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