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Title: Relative wave run-up parameter prediction of emerged semicircular breakwater
Authors: Kundapura S.
Rao S.
Arkal V.H.
Issue Date: 2021
Citation: Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering , Vol. 77 , , p. 867 - 878
Abstract: Relative wave run-up parameter (Ru/Hi) on breakwaters is a vital component in fixing the elevation of the breakwater crest. In the present study, several soft computing methods has been employed to predict the wave run-up on the emerged seaside perforated semicircular breakwater for the prevailing Arabian sea wave climate, off Mangaluru coast in India. Unlike the mathematical modeling techniques, the soft computing tools have no complexity involved about understanding the nature of underlying process and prediction consumes less time when proper physical model data is available. The soft computing methods like artificial neural network (ANN), adaptive neuro fuzzy inference system (ANFIS), genetic algorithm based adaptive neuro fuzzy inference system (GA-ANFIS) and particle swarm based adaptive neuro fuzzy inference system (PSO-ANFIS) are the four models employed in the study. The ANN predicted well for the set architecture of (5-7-1). The ANFIS is used to predict the wave run-up on semicircular breakwater models using the hybrid efficiency of fuzzy logic and neural network. An initial FIS is generated for input variables by mapping the input-output data; the training is done using ANN; and the objective of GA and PSO is set to find the best FIS, reducing the root mean square error in the prediction of wave run-up. The most influencing input parameters (Hi/gT2, d/gT2, S/D, hs/d, R/Hi) are taken in non-dimensional form. The data required has been acquired from the physical model experiments conducted in the Marine structures laboratory of National Institute of Technology Karnataka (NITK), Surathkal, India. The GA-ANFIS prediction of wave run-up is found to be better than that of ANFIS prediction in terms of Correlation coefficient (R), Root mean square error (RMSE), Nash sutcliffe efficiency (NSE), Bias and Scatter index (SI). However, among the four models developed the ANN prediction outperformed the other three considered models with a higher R = 0.9467. © Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd 2021.
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