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|Quarter circular breakwater: Prediction of transmission using multiple regression and artificial neural network
|Marine Technology Society Journal, 2014, Vol.48, 1, pp.92-98
|The physical model study of coastal structures is a nonlinear process influenced by innumerable parameters. As a result of a lack of definite systems, intricacies, and high costs involved in the physical models, we need a simple mathematical tool to predict wave transmission through quarter circular breakwater (QBW). QBW is a state-of-theart breakwater essentially based on the exploitation of the concepts of semicircular breakwater. This paper discusses the use of soft computing tools such as MATLAB based multiple regression (MR) and artificial neural network (ANN) to predict the wave transmission coefficient of QBW. To assess the accuracy of the proposed model and its ability to forecast, correlation coefficient and mean squared error are availed. On comparing the results obtained from MR and ANN, it is concluded that ANN gives more accurate results and can be used as a powerful tool for the modeling of hydrodynamic breakwater transmission through QBW. It serves as a viable alternative to the conventional physical model to simulate the hydrodynamic transmission performance of QBW.
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