To evaluate the performance of the network, the framework was investigated by flat and hierarchal and hybrid routing. The results from the experimental setup are presented the sensor network scenario by static cluster nodes. Here we use the number of dead nodes metrics to analyze and compare the performance of the protocols. Figure 4 clarifies the numeral of dead hubs per round in a flat algorithm.
Considering different solutions with every node connected to every node, or on the other hand if each node was associated with sink node, shows the suitability of hierarchical routing. Convolution of network topology is decreased by it, proficiency of networking nodes is increased, and, causes substantially less blockage on account of less routing displays as shown in Fig. 6.
The attributes of an underwater remote sensor arrange (SWSN) for the most part require organization of various sensor hubs to screen an item, domain, or occasion. With the utilization of appropriate directing conventions, the life of a SWSN can be expanded much past the life of any of its individual hubs by putting the hubs in rest mode when not being used and actuating a solitary hub at any given moment in a specific inclusion zone with numerous hub organization. In view of the system topology in which the WSN steering happens, the steering convention can be delegated level, progressive, area based, or direct as shown in Fig. 7.
The simulation statistics from Fig. 8 illustrates the initialization of route. The routing signal uses dead nodes to set the path and then start taking rounds which increases simultaneously, after this number of rounds increase quickly.
The simulation informations from Fig. 9 shows the next stage in hybrid route. The signal now demonstrates the stability of rounds furthermore, the quantity of dead nodes. Here number of rounds are stable and the signal do not uses the dead nodes further the connectivity of network becomes firm.
Figure 10 displays the final stage which is delay. Stage 3 decides whether the network condition to be completed or the regeneration of link. This process makes the route more efficient.
Figure 11 shows the count per round for hybrid protocol. Result shows that the maximum dead nodes are up to 35 and completes more than 2000 rounds of the network. By this routing protocol, better results are received as compared to flat and hierarchical. Signal selection and signal head check are arbitrarily created dependent on the edge work model, which has great randomness. Cluster head count changes are shown in 11 in the range of 0 ≤ k ≤ 40 as number of dead nodes and 0 ≤ k ≤ 6000 as number of rounds.
The performance of the routings (Flat, Hierarchal and Hybrid) are shown in Fig. 12. Flat and hierarchy route is a bit unstable in order to form rounds on the network. The hybrid route makes better rounds than other but it uses more number of nodes. Moreover, hybrid route is stable in forming the rounds and the rate of dead nodes is less that other routes that makes it efficient route.
We investigated that due to motionless condition of sink, it is in the center of network, stability period of protocols increases as it has equal distance to all nodes, same amount of energy is consumed. If sink is on upper of network, the nodes which are at greater remoteness from sink will die quickly. The consumption of energy in nodes is more at greater distance so die earlier. The life time of network only increases in hybrid routing protocol because less traffic load is enables to nodes and decreases the delay in communication.