M. Tech. (Civil Engineering), B. Tech. (Civil Engineering)
Civil Engineering Section, University Polytechnic, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, UP, 202002
Mohd Danish works as an Assistant Professor in the Civil Engineering Section of University Polytechnic, Aligarh Muslim University. He graduated in Civil Engineering in 2012 and completed his Master of Technology degree in 2014 from the Department of Civil Engineering, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). Currently, he is pursuing his PhD from Aligarh Muslim University. Since his graduation days, he was involved in research activities and published various research papers in reputed journals and international conferences. His field of interest is soft-computing techniques, artificial intelligence tools, scour prediction, computational fluid dynamics and flood frequency analysis. His teaching subjects are Open channel flow, Surveying, Hydraulic structures, Hydraulics, etc. Research papers have been published mainly in Elsevier, Indian Water Resource Society (IWRS), Aquatic procedia, springer etc. He has also received two gold medals and published one patent.
Mr. Danish is also involved in the AICTE approval process of University Polytechnic.
- RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS
1. Hussain, A., Shariq, A., Danish, M., Ansari, M.A., (2021). Discharge coefficient estimation for rectangular side weir using GEP and GMDH methods. Advances in computational design, 2(6), 135-151, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12989/acd.2021.6.2.135.
2. Mohammad Muzzammil, Javed Alam and Mohd Danish. (2015). “Scour prediction at bridge piers in cohesive bed using gene expression programming”, Elsevier B.V, Aquatic Procedia (4), 789–796, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aqpro.2015.02.098.
3. Muzzammil M., Alam J. and Danish M. (2015). “Application of gene expression programming in flood frequency analysis”, journal of indian water resources society, 35(2), 1-6.
4. Danish M. (2014). “Prediction of scour depth at bridge abutments in cohesive bed using gene expression programming”, International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET), 5(11), 25-32, ISSN 0976 – 6316.
Conference Proceedings (published)
5. Mohd Khalid, Mohd Danish (2019). “A review of the scour management for mitigating the bridge failure”, Proc. of UKIERI Concrete Congress,
6. Danish M., Alam J. and Muzzammil M. (2017). “A soft computing approach to flood frequency analysis of river ganga”, Proc. of 22nd Int. Conf. on Hydraulics, Water Resources & Coastal Engineering (Hydro 2017), Ahmedabad, India.
7. Danish M., Alam J. and Muzzammil M. (2016). “Scour depth prediction at bridge abutments in cohesive bed using group method of data handling”, Proc. of Int. Conf. on Hydraulics, Wat. Res. and Coastal Eng. (Hydro 2016), CWPRS Pune, India.
8. Alam J., Muzzammil M. and Danish M. (2015). “Flood frequency analysis using gene expression programming”, Symposium on Hydrology, Indian Association of Hydrologists (IAH), New Delhi, India.
9. Muzzammil M., Alam J. and Danish M. (2015). “The GMDH model for prediction of scour at bridge pier in cohesive bed”, 20th International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and River Engineering, Hydro 2015 International, IIT Roorkee, India.
10. Danish M., Mohammad Z., Shariq M., Masood A. and Baqi A. (2013). “Seismic performance of RC buildings with shear wall”, Trends and Challenges in Concrete Structures, Indian Concrete Institute (ICI), pp. 489-496, ISBN 978-81928912-00.
11. Mohammad Z., Danish M., Shariq M., Masood A. and Baqi A. (2013). “Effect of staircase on RC frame structures under seismic load”, Trends and Challenges in Concrete Structures, Indian Concrete Institute (ICI), pp. 497-509, ISBN 978-81928912-00.
12. Danish M., Masood S., Shariq M. and Masood A. (2013). “Seismic performance of masonry infills reinforced concrete buildings”, UKIERI Concrete Congress, Innovations in Concrete Construction, pp. 2169-2191, ISBN 978-93-8288-006-6.
- Dimensions and Units (Lecture-2)
- The Properties of Fluid (Lecture-3)
- The Concept of Fluid (Lecture-1)
- Introduction to gradually varied flows
- Gradually varied flow equations
- Classification of gradually varied flow
- Classification of gradually varied flow-2
- Gradually varied flow profiles with change in bed slopes
- Gradually varied flow computations
- Rapidly varied flowintroduction
- Theoretical aspects of hydraulic jump
- Characteristics of jumps in rectangular channel
- Features of hydraulic jumps
- Jumps as energy dissipators
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