Electrohydrodynamic flow solution in ion drag in a circular cylindrical conduit using hybrid neural network and genetic algorithm

Mirza M. Sabir

Abstract


In this work, we consider the Electrohydrodynamic (EHD) flow equation in ion drag in a circular cylindrical conduit using artificial neural network (ANN) optimized with genetic algorithm (GA). The governing equation is highly nonlinear of degree two and its nonlinearity is based on parameter. We proposed the solution of EHD using three layer ANN with ten
neurons in each layer and optimized with GA. The results of the proposed algorithm are compared with numerical solution obtained through MATLAB and least square method (LSM) and are in good agreement with these two methods reported in literature.


Keywords


Artificial neural network modelling; electrohydrodynamic flow analysis; genetic algorithm optimization

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