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International Review of Applied Sciences and Engineering
Authors:
Ammar Al-Jodah
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Saad Jabbar Abbas
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Alaq F. Hasan
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Amjad J. Humaidi
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Abdulkareem Sh. Mahdi Al-Obaidi
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Arif A. AL-Qassar
, and
Raaed F. Hassan

) ) + h 5 ( T − 1 ) ) (23) h 8 ( T ) = s i g m o i d ( h n e t 8 ( T ) ) + h 8 ( T − 1 ) ) The derivative neurons outputs are given by (24) h 3 ( T ) = s i g m o i d ( h n e t 3 ( T ) − h 3 ( T − 1 ) (25) h 6 ( T ) = s i g m o i d ( h n e t 6 ( T ) − h 3

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harvesting: a review ,” J. Mater. Chem. A , vol.  9 , no. 4 , pp. 1910 – 1937 , 2021 . https://doi.org/10.1039/D0TA08642H . [6] O. Y. Pawar , S. L. Patil , R. S. Redekar , S. B. Patil , S. Lim , and N. L. Tarwal , “ Strategic development

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½ h 1 h 2 h 3 h 4 h 5 h 6 h

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} in   Ω and for kinematics considerations (5) u 1 = 0   for   x 1 = 0 , x 1 = π u 2 = 0   for   x 2 = − h } (6) ∫ 0 π u 1 ( x 1 , 0 , t ) d x 1 = 0   ( Constant   volume ) If the pressure below the free surface (free line) is zero, the equilibrium

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(standard condition) Present work 1.28H 6.41H 5.13H « Modified » standard k − ϵ Fluent [ 58 ] ------- 4.1H ------ LES [ 26 ] ------- 5.75H ------ Wind tunnel experiment [ 46 ] 0.5H 6.5H 6H Generally, the differences predicted among the standard k − ϵ and

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variables Table 1. Limits on the decision variants Design variables Lower bounds Upper bounds X 1 0.5H 0.7H X 2 H/6 H/6 X 3 0.3 3 X 4 0.3 1.5 X 5 H/10 H/10 4 Constraints on the design of retaining wall The design constraints for a retaining wall can be

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. Fig. 1. Water with dimensions, D = 3.40 m, H = 6.34 m, H / D = 0.5 m 2 Equations dynamic pressure in tanks It is essential to

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]. Method I J h =   0.00708 Kh / [ μ o B o ] ln ( r e ′ r w ) −   A ′ + S 1 + Sm + Scah − C ′ + Dq r e ′ =   A / π   Methode II J h =   0.00708   ( 2 X e )   ( μ o B o ) K v K h   ln ( A r w ) + ln   Ch − 0.75 + Sr ln    C H = 6.28   ( 2 y e h ) K h K v

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Pollack Periodica
Authors:
Andrej Šoltész
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Dana Baroková
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Zinaw Dingetu Shenga
, and
Michaela Červeňanská

.15 107.35 h 6 9 69 5 109.51 107.40 Table II Water level values in the Little Danube River during the flood in 2006 (DHI, 2018 b, d) ( h VH water levels at the beginning of the flood wave, h MAX - culmination water level) Label Date of Simulation Water

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.5 $ v e h = 13.38   $ v e h . (6) Based on the above result, the fuel costs for both proposed intersections are calculated as follows: F C S R   o r   I S C I = F C S R   o r   I S C I / v e h i c l e · A A D T 2022 , F C S R = F C S R / v e h · A A D T

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