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Berlin Mohanadhas
Berlin Mohanadhas
Assistant Professor, National Institute of Technology Arunachal Pradesh
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Modeling suspended sediment load in a river using extreme learning machine and twin support vector regression with wavelet conjunction
BB Hazarika, D Gupta, M Berlin
Environmental Earth Sciences 79, 1-15, 2020
332020
Numerical modelling on transport of nitrogen from wastewater and fertilizer applied on paddy fields
M Berlin, GS Kumar, IM Nambi
Ecological modelling 278, 85-99, 2014
302014
Robust regularized extreme learning machine with asymmetric Huber loss function
D Gupta, BB Hazarika, M Berlin
Neural Computing and Applications 32 (16), 12971-12998, 2020
282020
Numerical modeling of biological clogging on transport of nitrate in an unsaturated porous media
M Berlin, G Suresh Kumar, IM Nambi
Environmental Earth Sciences 73, 3285-3298, 2015
262015
Artificial intelligence for suspended sediment load prediction: a review
D Gupta, BB Hazarika, M Berlin, UM Sharma, K Mishra
Environmental Earth Sciences 80 (9), 346, 2021
242021
Numerical modeling on the effect of dissolved oxygen on nitrogen transformation and transport in unsaturated porous system
M Berlin, GS Kumar, IM Nambi
Environmental Modeling & Assessment 19, 283-299, 2014
232014
Numerical modelling on fate and transport of petroleum hydrocarbons in an unsaturated subsurface system for varying source scenario
M Berlin, M Vasudevan, GS Kumar, IM Nambi
Journal of earth system science 124, 655-674, 2015
212015
Numerical modelling on fate and transport of nitrate in an unsaturated system under non-isothermal condition
M Berlin, G Suresh Kumar, IM Nambi
European journal of environmental and civil engineering 17 (5), 350-373, 2013
212013
Durability Phenomenon in Manufactured Sand Concrete: Effects of Zinc Oxide and Alcofine on Behaviour
K Thangapandi, R Anuradha, PO Awoyera, R Gobinath, N Archana, ...
192020
A comparative analysis of artificial neural network and support vector regression for river suspended sediment load prediction
BB Hazarika, D Gupta, M Berlin
First International Conference on Sustainable Technologies for Computational …, 2020
182020
A coiflet LDMR and coiflet OB-ELM for river suspended sediment load prediction
BB Hazarika, D Gupta, M Berlin
International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 18, 2675-2692, 2021
152021
Short-term wind speed prediction using hybrid machine learning techniques
D Gupta, N Natarajan, M Berlin
Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-19, 2021
112021
Experimental and numerical investigations on nitrogen species transport in unsaturated soil during various irrigation patterns
M Berlin, IM Nambi, GS Kumar
Sadhana 40, 2429-2455, 2015
102015
Numerical experiments on fate and transport of benzene with biological clogging in vadoze zone
B Mohanadhas, GS Kumar
Environmental Processes 6, 841-858, 2019
82019
Numerical modelling on sorption kinetics of nitrogen species in wastewater-applied agricultural field
M Berlin, G Suresh Kumar
Applied Water Science 8, 1-16, 2018
82018
Modeling the sensitivity of hydrogeological parameters associated with leaching of uranium transport in an unsaturated porous medium
B Mohanadhas, SK Govindarajan
Environmental Engineering Research 23 (4), 462-473, 2018
62018
Numerical modelling of nitrate transport in fractured porous media under non-isothermal conditions
J Lawrence, B Mohanadhas, N Narayanan, AV Kumar, V Mangottiri, ...
Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-23, 2021
52021
Influence of transient porosity in a coupled fracture-skin-matrix system at the scale of a single fracture
M Berlin, N Natarajan, M Vasudevan, G Suresh Kumar
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 28, 18632-18650, 2021
42021
Flow and Transport in Subsurface Environment
N Narayanan, B Mohanadhas, V Mangottiri
Springer, 2018
42018
Impact of skin on the movement of nitrates in a fractured porous media: numerical investigations
M Berlin, N Natarajan, M Vasudevan, GS Kumar
Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering 46, 4811-4824, 2021
32021
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