Application of Nature Based Algorithm in Natural Resource by Mrinmoy Majumder

By Mrinmoy Majumder

This booklet highlights the appliance of nature-based algorithms in average source administration. The ebook contains the methodologies to use what ordinary plants or fauna do to optimize their survival. an analogous method used to be used to optimize renewable power iteration from water assets, maximization of benefit from crop harvesting, wooded area source administration and decision-making reviews. those reports can be utilized for example for locating ideas of the opposite maximization or minimization difficulties that are universal in normal source administration.

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Once the average inverse probability is determined, the free bees become scouts and start to search for another food source. Another option with its factors is ranked in the same manner as the earlier option. If the average inverse probability becomes more than the earlier one, then this option is selected as the food source and the bees forget about the earlier source. As various bee colony algorithm can be applied under a single problem domain, bee hives which actually represent various bee colony algorithms can cumulatively be referred as hive theory algorithms.

Peak load plants: these are power plants for electricity generation that, due to their operational and economic properties, are used to cover peak loads. Gas turbines and storage and pumped storage power plants are used as peak load power plants. The efficiency of such plants is approximately 60–70%. The present investigation selected a small-scale HPP for optimization of load factor using PSO algorithms. 4 Methodology The main objective of the present investigation is to optimize the load factor in such a manner that it attains a value of 1 or close to 1 because at that value the average load and peak demand become equal, which means the power plant can function at an efficiency of nearly 100%.

Due to their quills, porcupines can also injure domestic animals and transmit diseases. 2 Habitat of Porcupines Porcupines are common in tropical and temperate parts of Asia, Southern Europe, Africa, and North and South America, where they occupy a small range of habitats. Forests, deserts, rocky outcrops, and hillsides landscapes are preferred by this third largest rodent. Many New World porcupines live in trees, but Old World porcupines stay on rocks within an area as high as 3,700 m. This nocturnal animal is sometimes active during the day.

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