Tao Wang's research while affiliated with North China University of Water Conservancy and Electric Power and other places

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Industrial water consumption is a major component of the total regional water consumption. Accurate and scientific prediction of industrial water consumption is an essential guide to the rational use of natural resources. In this paper, we proposed a combined model of CEEMD (collective empirical modal decomposition) and ARIMA (autoregressive integr...
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Rainfall prediction is a very important guideline for water resources management as well as ecological protection, and its changes are the result of multiple factors with obvious uncertainties and nonlinearities. Based on the advantages of Complete Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition with Adaptive Noise (CEEMDAN) non-smooth signal decomposition,...
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Scientific prediction of precipitation changes has important guiding value and significance for revealing regional spatial and temporal patterns of precipitation changes, flood climate prediction, etc. Based on the fact that CEEMD can effectively overcome the interference of modal aliasing and white noise, fine composite multi-scale entropy can reo...
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Scientific assessment of the hydrodynamic conditions of water system connection is of great significance and value in guiding the ecological construction of urban water system connection and building healthy river–lake relationship. Based on the advantages of SWMM in effectively simulating urban rainfall and surface runoff, a hydrological and hydro...
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The different shapes of bridge piers across rivers have a great influence on the river water movement, and the study of the influence of pier morphology changes on the water movement characteristics is of great value for bridge design and river flooding. The hydrodynamic model can effectively simulate and predict the changes of river flow patterns,...
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The shape of bridge piers across rivers is one of the significant factors that affect the backwater in the river. The study on the influence of bridge pier shapes on the flow patterns of the river is valuable to the design of the bridge and river flooding. Based on the MIKE21 Flow Model hydrodynamic model, dynamic numerical simulations were conduct...

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... Currently, scholars at home and abroad have conducted a large number of related studies on the impact of cross-river bridges on river channels and achieved more fruitful results. (David et al. 2019) conducted a hydrological simulation assessment of long-term regional bridge scour risk based on physical climate change and applied it in the Lihay River basin; (Tewodros & Abdusselam 2019) used the MIKE21 FM model to assess the risk of bridge scour in the Ayama basin in Turkey modeled the effect of urbanization on flood risk in the Ayamama basin, Istanbul; (Costabile et al. 2015) comparatively analyzed the backwater effects of bridge and no-bridge scenarios based on 1D and 2D river flood models; (Dimitriadis et al. 2016) comparatively assessed the uncertainty in flood mapping based on 1D and quasi-2D hydraulic models; (Zhang et al. 2021) based on MIKE21FM model, simulated the effect of different shaped piers on the flow regime of the river; (Echeverribar et al. 2019) provided a robust two-dimensional model for simulating flood events, which has the ability to avoid instability and makes the model suitable for numerical correction of complex phenomenon simulations (Wang & Jing 2019) studied the effect of bridge piers on flood hazards in the Jialing River basin using the MIKE21 two-dimensional numerical model. (Liu et al. 2020) based on a two-dimensional hydrodynamic model with dynamic numerical simulation of the congestion and scour generated by the current bridge and the bridge to be reconstructed; (Yan et al. 2020) studied the pier front congestion and section average congestion characteristics of double piles under different diameter and flow velocity conditions based on the principle of momentum conservation and hydrodynamic model; (Yu & Zhu 2019) used the Reynolds time-averaged N-S equation and the standard k-ε turbulence model to investigate the local scour of a series of The local scour refinement of double-cylindrical piers was simulated using the Reynolds time-averaged N-S equation and standard k-ε turbulence model. ...