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Particle swarm optimization model to predict scour depth around a bridge pier

Shahaboddin SHAMSHIRBAND, Amir MOSAVI, Timon RABCZUK

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2020, Volume 14, Issue 4,   Pages 855-866 doi: 10.1007/s11709-020-0619-2

Abstract: Scour depth around bridge piers plays a vital role in the safety and stability of the bridges.The former approaches used in the prediction of scour depth are based on regression models or black boxdepth around bridge piers.Moreover, the ratio of pier width to flow depth and ratio of 50 (mean particle diameter) to flow depthThe derived equations can be used as a suitable proxy to estimate scour depth in both experimental and

Keywords: scour depth     bridge design and construction     particle swarm optimization     computational mechanics     artificial    

Investigating the raveling test for full-depth reclamation

Robert HILL, Andrew BRAHAM

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2018, Volume 12, Issue 2,   Pages 222-226 doi: 10.1007/s11709-017-0423-9

Abstract: Full-Depth Reclamation (FDR) is a sustainable method of building pavement structure compared to more

Keywords: raveling     full depth reclamation    

Numerical modeling of current-induced scour around multi-wall foundation using large-eddy simulation

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2023, Volume 17, Issue 4,   Pages 546-565 doi: 10.1007/s11709-023-0943-4

Abstract: However, research concerning the scour mechanism of multi-wall foundations (MWFs) remains scarce, hinderingfour MWFs with different wall arrangements and inflow angles, including the flow field analysis and scourpit and depth, were investigated thoroughly.It was found that the maximum scour depth of MWFs with an inflow angle of 0° was smaller than that ofMeanwhile, changing the inflow angle significantly affects the scour characteristics of MWFs arranged

Keywords: multi-wall foundation     current-induced scour     bridge foundation     large-eddy simulation     numerical analysis    

Multivariable regression model for Fox depth correction factor

Ravi Kant MITTAL, Sanket RAWAT, Piyush BANSAL

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2019, Volume 13, Issue 1,   Pages 103-109 doi: 10.1007/s11709-018-0474-6

Abstract: This paper presents a simple and efficient equation for calculating the Fox depth correction factor usedClassical solution of Boussinesq theory was used originally to develop the Fox depth correction factoris straightforward, competent and easy to use for both manual and automated calculation of the Fox depthin the later part of the paper to analyse the extent of effect of a particular variable on the Fox depth

Keywords: settlement     embedment     Fox depth correction factor     regression     multivariable    

An Enhanced Physically Based Scour Model for Considering Jet Air Entrainment

Rafael Duarte,António Pinheiro,Anton J. Schleiss

Engineering 2016, Volume 2, Issue 3,   Pages 294-301 doi: 10.1016/J.ENG.2016.03.003

Abstract: plunge pools impacted by high-velocity jets, this study presents adaptations of a physically based scourThe modifications regarding jet aeration are implemented in the Comprehensive Scour Model (CSM), allowingit to reproduce the physical-mechanical processes involved in scour formation concerning the three phasesThe modified model is applied to the case of the observed scour hole at the Kariba Dam, with good agreement

Keywords: Air entrainment     Uplift     Rock scour     Dam safety     High-velocity jets     Block stability     Scour assessment    

Depth of cut models for multipass abrasive waterjet cutting of alumina ceramics with nozzle oscillation

Jun WANG

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2010, Volume 5, Issue 1,   Pages 19-32 doi: 10.1007/s11465-009-0082-1

Abstract: An experimental study of the depth of cut in multipass abrasive waterjet (AWJ) cutting of alumina ceramicsIt is found that this cutting technique can significantly increase the depth of cut by an average ofPredictive models for the depth of cut are then developed.

Keywords: abrasive waterjet     engineering ceramics     depth of cut     cutting performance     nozzle oscillation     machining    

Effect of biological activated carbon filter depth and backwashing process on transformation of biofilm

Wanqi Qi, Weiying Li, Junpeng Zhang, Xuan Wu, Jie Zhang, Wei Zhang

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2019, Volume 13, Issue 1, doi: 10.1007/s11783-019-1100-0

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Microbial diversity decreased gradually with the increase of BAC filter depthlistitem>

α-proteobacteria increased about 10% in all carbon filter depth

Keywords: Biological activated carbon     Biofilm     Community structure     Carbon filter depth     High-throughput sequencing    

different regression techniques and nature-inspired optimization algorithms to predict carbonation depth

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2023, Volume 18, Issue 1,   Pages 30-50 doi: 10.1007/s11709-024-1041-y

Abstract: the use of machine learning techniques to establish accurate prediction models for the carbonation depth

Keywords: recycled aggregate concrete     carbonation depth     nature-inspired optimization algorithms     extreme gradient    

Capturing the opportunities to initiate an in-depth integration of traditional Chinese medicine and western

Jia-Hua Qu,Bing Liu,Zhu-Qin Zhang,De-Pei Liu

Frontiers of Medicine 2014, Volume 8, Issue 3,   Pages 268-271 doi: 10.1007/s11684-014-0369-4

Carbonation depth prediction of fly ash concrete subjected to 2- and 3-dimensional CO attack

CHEN Shudong, SUN Wei, ZHANG Yunsheng, GUO Fei

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2008, Volume 2, Issue 4,   Pages 395-400 doi: 10.1007/s11709-008-0046-2

Abstract: Based on accelerated carbonation test, 1D, 2D and 3D carbonation of high performance concrete with different fly ash contents (0%, 15%, 20%, 40%, 60%) were studied. The interaction coefficients of 2D and 3D carbonation are defined. The time-dependent coefficient of carbon dioxide diffusion and the interaction coefficients of 2D and 3D carbonation are analyzed. The mathematical model which includes and is deduced. The experiments indicate that 2D and 3D carbonation have obvious interaction. Interaction coefficients obey the attenuation function through time . The mathematical model of 2D and 3D carbonation life prediction based on Fick scattering law can be solved by Fourier expansion. The life prediction of concrete of Sutong Bridge beam shows that the 1D, 2D, 3D carbonation prediction life are 1595 a, 882 a and 758 a, respectively, 2D and 3D carbonation life predicted are reduced clearly.

Prediction of hydro-suction dredging depth using data-driven methods

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2021, Volume 15, Issue 3,   Pages 652-664 doi: 10.1007/s11709-021-0719-7

Abstract: ) methods, and simple equations methods were applied to simulate the maximum hydro-suction dredging depth

Keywords: sedimentation     water resources     dam engineering     machine learning     heuristic    

An experimental study on plunging depth of density currents

Hassan GOLEIJ, Amir Hamzeh HAGHIABI, Abbas PARSAIE

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 4,   Pages 388-395 doi: 10.1007/s11709-017-0417-7

Abstract: In this study the influences of bed slope and hydraulic parameters on plunging depth were experimentallyThe results show that the slope has a minor effect on the plunging depth.The height of plunging depth is increased by increasing the density of the current flow.Also increasing the densimetric Froude number caused of decreasing the plunging depth.Finally an equation was proposed to estimate the plunging depth using as function of flow characteristics

Keywords: dense current     plunge point     Densimetric Froude Number     dam reservoirs    

Design and construction of scour protection for deep-water group pile foundation structures of two pylons

He Ping,Guan Yijun,Zhang Xiongwen,Zhang Qun,Zhou Jianhua

Strategic Study of CAE 2009, Volume 11, Issue 3,   Pages 44-50

Abstract: description of deep-water group pile foundation, the paper analyzed impact to the bridge safety introduced by scourand its protection and further presentsed different solutions of scour protection for foundation structures

Keywords: Sutong Bridge     deep-water group piles     scour protection     design and construction    

Research on depth of earth cover for shield tunnel anti-buoyancy security

Liu Xueyan,Yuan Dajun and Jiang Xi

Strategic Study of CAE 2015, Volume 17, Issue 1,   Pages 88-95

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The depth of earth cover for tunnel anti-buoyancy security during construction and operation was analyzedThe formula of depth of earth cover for anti-buoyancy security of tunnel during construction was givenThe eroded depth for design should be considered for tunnel influenced by floods.And it also provided theoretical foundation for the set depth of earth cover for anti-buoyancy security

Keywords: anti-buoyancy security; tunnel construction period; tunnel operation period; depth of earth cover    

Removable Dyes—The Missing Link for In-Depth N-glycan Analysis via Multi-Method Approaches

Samanta Cajic,René Hennig,Valerian Grote,Udo Reichl,Erdmann Rapp,

Engineering doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2023.02.016

Abstract: As the roles of glycans in health and disease continue to be unraveled, it is becoming apparent that glycans’ immense complexity cannot be ignored. To fully delineate glycan structures, we developed an integrative approach combining a set of cost-effective, widespread, and easy-to-handle analytical methods. The key feature of our workflow is the exploitation of a removable fluorescent label—exemplified by 9-fluorenylmethyl chloroformate (Fmoc)—to bridge the gap between diverse glycoanalytical methods, especially multiplexed capillary gel electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorescence detection (xCGE-LIF) and matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF-MS). Through the detailed structural analysis of selected, dauntingly complex N-glycans from chicken ovalbumin, horse serum, and bovine transferrin, we illustrate the capabilities of the presented strategy. Moreover, this approach “visualizes” N-glycans that have been difficult to identify thus far—such as the sulfated glycans on human immunoglobulin A—including minute changes in glycan structures, potentially providing useful new targets for biomarker discovery.

Keywords: Glycoproteins     N-glycans     Reversible labeling     Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography     Capillary gel electrophoresis     Mass spectrometry    

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Particle swarm optimization model to predict scour depth around a bridge pier

Shahaboddin SHAMSHIRBAND, Amir MOSAVI, Timon RABCZUK

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Investigating the raveling test for full-depth reclamation

Robert HILL, Andrew BRAHAM

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Numerical modeling of current-induced scour around multi-wall foundation using large-eddy simulation

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Multivariable regression model for Fox depth correction factor

Ravi Kant MITTAL, Sanket RAWAT, Piyush BANSAL

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An Enhanced Physically Based Scour Model for Considering Jet Air Entrainment

Rafael Duarte,António Pinheiro,Anton J. Schleiss

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Depth of cut models for multipass abrasive waterjet cutting of alumina ceramics with nozzle oscillation

Jun WANG

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Effect of biological activated carbon filter depth and backwashing process on transformation of biofilm

Wanqi Qi, Weiying Li, Junpeng Zhang, Xuan Wu, Jie Zhang, Wei Zhang

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different regression techniques and nature-inspired optimization algorithms to predict carbonation depth

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Capturing the opportunities to initiate an in-depth integration of traditional Chinese medicine and western

Jia-Hua Qu,Bing Liu,Zhu-Qin Zhang,De-Pei Liu

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Carbonation depth prediction of fly ash concrete subjected to 2- and 3-dimensional CO attack

CHEN Shudong, SUN Wei, ZHANG Yunsheng, GUO Fei

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Prediction of hydro-suction dredging depth using data-driven methods

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An experimental study on plunging depth of density currents

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Design and construction of scour protection for deep-water group pile foundation structures of two pylons

He Ping,Guan Yijun,Zhang Xiongwen,Zhang Qun,Zhou Jianhua

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Research on depth of earth cover for shield tunnel anti-buoyancy security

Liu Xueyan,Yuan Dajun and Jiang Xi

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Removable Dyes—The Missing Link for In-Depth N-glycan Analysis via Multi-Method Approaches

Samanta Cajic,René Hennig,Valerian Grote,Udo Reichl,Erdmann Rapp,

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