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Online ISSN : 2349-5359
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About the journal

As the very name indicates, International Journal of Advanced Science and Engineering is a journal across the world. The main intention behind the journal is to cater to the specific needs of industrial professionals, academicians and researchers in the fields of Science and Technology. IJASE publishes articles, reviews and letters to the editors pertaining to the fields of Science, Engineering and Technology   Find out more

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IJASE is a reputed journal across the world and it is dedicated to publish genuine and original scientific research articles, review papers and short communications. To screen un-ethical practices involved in the paper the journal has a top rated Editorial Board Members and top-notched review team. The review process is unbelievably short ...


Articles in Press

Study of Antimicrobial Activity of Ziziphus Jujuba Leaf, Fruit and Seed Extracts

Investigation Into Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene/Modified Nano-Metal Oxide Nanocomposites

A Review on Emerging Advancements of Nanocellulose and Production Process in Food Packaging Applications

Optimal Location and Sizing of Series FACTS device to Minimization of Power Loss and Voltage Magnitude

Effect of Induced-Stress Methods on Seedling Vigour and Storability Potential of Some Bambara Groundnut (Vignasubterranea (L.) verdc.)Genotypes

Analysis of Wastewater Treatment Using Corncob-Activated Charcoal

Radial Charge Fitting Curve for the Quantification and Classification of Parameters to Aid Diagnosis of Left Ventricular Hypertrophy

Effect of Fiber Modification on Pineapple Leaf Fiber's Mechanical Properties and Interfacial Adhesion

An Overview on Properties and Uses of Bhendi Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites

The Chemical Engineer’s Perspective on the Role of the Central Nervous System (CNS) in Blood Pressure Control

Evaluation of the Physico-Mechanical Characteristics of Composites using Banana Fiber: In-Depth Review Findings

Applying Graph Theory and Multi-Variables G-Function to Solved the Problem Related to Cooling a Sphere

Compliance to covid-19 safety guidelines during practical class: An investigative study of the engineering students in Imo State Polytechnic

Effect of Vermicompost Application on Soil Properties and Growth Parametrs of Cow Pea (VIGNA UNGUICULATA) Plant

Chronic Diseases Risk Prediction Model using Improved Multi-Class Support Vector Machine and Particle Swarm Cuckoo Optimization

Synthesis and Characterization of Ferric Chloride doped Zinc Sulphide Nanoparticles through Chemical Precipitation Method

Current Issue

Volume -9, Issue - 2,  November 2022

Preparation and Evaluation of Polypropylene-Peanut Shell Flour Eco-Friendly Composites with and without Cloisite 30B
Authors : Haydar U.   Zaman, Ruhul A.   Khan,

Polymer composites strengthened with natural fibers are much attractive than traditional component due to their availability, renewability, low weight and cost, low density, and biodegradability. There are a variety of natural fibers, such as coir, hemp, jute, and palm that can be applied as reinforcement or filler, showing potential as a replacement for inorganic fibers. Plastics are frequently... Read More

 Adsorptive Capacity of Coconut Fibre Carbon Activated by Potassium Hydroxide for Wastewater Treatment
Authors : M.M.   Chukwu, C.   Ononogbo, N.R.   Nwakuba, R.E.   Obijiaku, J.C.   Obijiaku, O.C.   Chukwuezie, O.U.   Nwosu,

Optimization of the yield and adsorptive effectiveness of activated carbon prepared with coconut fibre and potassium hydroxide (KOH) for the treatment of wastewater is presented. Different values of the operating parameters (activation temperature, X1 and impregnation ratio, X2) in the range of 350 to 550oC and 1 to 3g/g for an activation time of 5 min were used to investigate the activated... Read More

Effect of Sintering condition on Magnetization and Microstructure of CuxCo(1-x)Fe2O4 Ferrites
Authors : K.P.   Mudholakar, S.   Vinaykumar, VinutV.   Tambe, S.V.   Angadi, S.S.   Kakati, Shridhar N.   Mathad, Sachin S.   Tirlapur, I.B   Madalagi, Deepak B.   Shirgaonkar, A.S.   Pujar, S.L.   Galagali, P.R.   Jeergal, S.S.   Khemalapure, C.S.   Hiremath, R.B.   Pujar,

Nowadays, ceramic magnets are produced artificially under precisely managed sintering and compositional circumstances. As a result, copper doped cobalt ferrites with the general chemical formula CuxCo(1-x)Fe2O4 (x=0.0, 0.4, and 1.0) were made using the standard ceramic method under varied sintering conditions using AR grade oxides. The formation of a single-phase spinel structure is demonstrated... Read More

 Influence of Fiber Surface Modifications on Fiber-Matrix Interaction in Plant and Waste Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic Composites
Authors : Haydar U.   Zaman, Ruhul A.   Khan,

In the last century, polymers have appeared as one of the best essential materials used in daily life, polypropylene (PP) being one such instance. Until lately, synthetic filler ingredients were the desired choice for improving the strength of PP. Nevertheless, natural filler/fiber ingredients are developing as appropriate substitutes to synthetic ingredients for strengthening polymers such as... Read More

Transient stability Studies of series FACT Device: A Comparative Study of GCSC and TSSC
Authors : M.   Santhosh Raikar, G.D.   Kamalapur,

Today's power system continues to expand exponentially due to extensive automated need for both domestic and industrial needs. The expansion of power transmission networks is limited due to environmental right of way and economic reasons. The ever growing demand of power system network has resulted in rotor angle oscillations and voltage instability. It is precisely due to the inability to... Read More

Optimization of Voltage-Controlled Oscillator based on Heterostructure to increase the density of their elements. Influence of Mismatch-Induced Stress and Porosity of Materials on Technological Process Development
Authors : E.L.   Pankratov,

In this paper we introduced an approach to increase integration rate of field-effect heterotransistors in the framework of a voltage controlled oscillator. We formulate recommendations for optimization of annealing to decrease dimensions of field-effect heterotransistors and to increase their density. At the same time one can decrease transition area between doped and undoped areas of elements... Read More

Development and Experimental Performance Evaluation of a Multifunctional Refrigerator for Food Preservation
Authors : G.N.   Nwaji, C.I.   Obiokpara, C.   Nwabude, O.F.   Ovadje, E.E.   Anyanwu,

A multifunctional refrigerator for heating and cooling of food has been designed, tested and presented in this work. It is a more viable alternative means of keeping food warmth before consumption rather than using the conventional microwave oven. The waste energy from the refrigerator is harnessed and routed to a heating chamber where it is used to heat up processed food materials. The system... Read More

 Synthesis, Characterization of ZnO Nanoparticles and their Application in Antibacterial Activity
Authors : Sumanth B.   Hosagowdar, Pradnya   Maddanimath, Rajeshwari M.   Tolamatti, Ashwini R.   Policepatil, Mallikarjunagouda B.   Patil,

The most cutting-edge field of the twenty-first century is nanotechnology. In comparison to their bulk counterparts, nanoparticles have grown significantly in importance due to their special features. Zinc oxide nanoparticles are among the most significant metal nanoparticles because they are used in optical, physical, and antibacterial characteristics, gas sensors, biosensors, cosmetics,... Read More

Extraction and Characterization of Nanocrystalline Cellulose from Agricultural Residue-Oil Palm Petiole Fiber
Authors : O.U.   Nwosu, S.C.   Nwanonenyi , C.O.   Osuagwu, N.   Nnawugwu, U.G   Eziefula, C.   Ononogbo,

The aim was to investigate the use of oil palm petiole fiber (OPPF) as a source for producing nanocrystalline cellulose. OPPF was treated with alkali (NaOH) first, and bleached before the production of nanocellulose by acid hydrolysis (H2SO4). The materials obtained after each stage of treatments were characterized and their chemical compositions were determined. The produced materials were... Read More

CFD Study of Exhaust Gas Energy Recovery Potential of a Radial Flow Turbine for Electricity Generation
Authors : G.N.   Nwaji, I.   Onyenezido, C.   Ononogbo, P.O.   Anadebe, K.T.   Ajayi, E.E.   Anyanwu,

The increasing demands for low-fuel, highly efficient vehicles with low CO2 emissions have forced the auto-manufacturing industry and other researchers to continuously seek for innovative ways of improving engine performance and passenger comfort without sacrificing safety and increasing operational costs of vehicles. This study, which represents such innovative efforts, employed computational... Read More

Exchange Bias Effect: A Brief Review
Authors : Aditee   Bundela, Ishita   Himani, Rohini   Ranjan, Rohit   Singh,

After being discovered in 1956, Exchange Bias effect has invoked the interest of many researchers, which apparently increased after emergence of its versatile application related to giant magneto resistance, spintronics and its use in magnetic sensors and as stabilizers in magnetic reading heads. This review primarily focuses on understanding the phenomenon of Exchange Bias Effect and its... Read More

 Some Results on Fuzzy Supra Baire Spaces and Fuzzy Supra Strongly Hyperconnected Spaces
Authors : E.   Poongothai, A.   Celine,

The purpose of this article is to introduce some results on fuzzy supra Baire spaces and other fuzzy supra topological spaces. The characterization and relation between fuzzy supra strongly hyperconnected spaces and fuzzy supra Baire spaces were carried out. From the results, we have shown that fuzzy supra strongly hyperconnected spaces which are not fuzzy supra Baire spaces. In addition,... Read More

Synthesis, Characterization, and Electrochemical Study of     ZIF-8 Metal Organic Framework and its Application as  Catalyst for Glucose to Fructose Conversion and  5-Hydroxymethyl Furfural
Authors : Bhojappa G.   Ginni, Bhagyashree   Hiremath , Pooja   Math, B.K.   Priyanka, Mallikarjunagouda B.   Patil,

Zeolitic imidazolate framework-8 (ZIF-8) is regarded in this study as a simple and low-cost alternative catalyst for the isomerization of glucose and the production of 5-hydroxymethyl furfural (HMF). Two methods of preparing ZIF-8 catalysts were investigated: room temperature and hydrothermal synthesis at 140 °C. The hydrothermal synthesis method yields a material with a very large surface area... Read More

Certain Level Operators over Temporal Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets
Authors : K.   Rajesh, R.   Brindha, , P.   Thangaraja,

Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets are substantial extensions of fuzzy sets which play a key factor in describing and providing ease of solving higher complexities in engineering and science. However, certain ambiguous situations cannot be addressed by using fuzzy sets and intuitionistic fuzzy sets. The extension of fuzzy set, namely, Temporal Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets paved the way for implementing... Read More

Design of Smart Solar based Industrial Motor Monitoring and Control using Internet of Things
Authors : S.   Sumathi, R.   Uthirasamy,

Industrial Monitoring and Control is crucial for gathering all the significant data, statistics, and information on the numerous industrial processes, motors, machines, and equipment used in industrial facilities. This seeks to produce industrial goods with controlled access, increased productivity, and excellent quality. Remote control and monitoring using communication systems like ZigBee,... Read More

Special Issue (Recent)

International Conference on Current Trends in Materials Science and Engineering 2019

Last Update : 28 Jan 2020
Authors : Arka Dey, Samit Kumar Ray

In the present study, ZnSe nanoparticles (NPs) have been successfully synthesized via a hydrothermal process. Sample characterization has been done using Powder X-ray diffraction, UV–Vis spectroscopy, and Field emission scanning electron microscopy. ZnSe NPs show significant optical absorption in the visible light range and the direct optical energy bandgap has been measured as 3.22 eV,... Read More

Authors : Anushree Dutta, Dyutiman Barman, Utkarsh Sinha, Jayanta Das

The variation of casting thickness and solute content may play a significant role to alter the microstructure, thus, mechanical, creep and other properties. Therefore, the present work aims on the microstructural modification in terms of the length scale of the constituent phases and microstructure homogeneity in differently cast rods (Ø=2 mm, 3mm, and 5 mm) and ingots of... Read More

Authors : Kriti R Sahu, Ashish K Mishra, D. Sanyal, Thomas Wolf, A. Banerjee, V. Ganesan, Udayan De

High Temperature Superconductivity (HTSC) with Superconducting Critical Temperature (Tc) up to 56 K in Fe Pnictides/Chalcogenide compounds baffled the classical idea that magnetic ions like Fe destroy superconductivity. These Fe-superconductors appear to be better than Cu-oxide HTSCs for making superconducting wires, considering the easier fabricability for Fe-HTSCs, for magnet and other... Read More

Authors : M. P. Samantaray, S.S. Sarangi

Metal nano-clusters (NCs) exhibit unique and interesting thermodynamic behaviour as compared to single molecule as well as bulk materials. Classical Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulations with Modified Embedded Atom Method (MEAM) model has been carried out in order to study the melting phenomena of Silver (Ag) NCs. Two NCs consisting of 108 and 1372 Ag atoms are chosen. The melting point temperature... Read More

Authors : Sudipta Sen, Nabin Baran Manik

In this paper, we have studied the effect of 8 nm sized multi walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) on the barrier height (Ï•_b) of ITO coated glass/Malachite Green (MG) dye /Aluminium (Al) based organic device. Presence of 8 nm MWCNT reduces the metal-organic interfacial barrier height as it enhances the charge separation and relaxation process. We have used ITO coated glass as front electrode and... Read More

Authors : Swarupa Ojha, Madhab Roy, Anil Chamuah, Koyel Bhattacharya , Sanjib Bhattacharya

Electrical relaxation of xAg2S – (1-x) (0.5S – 0.5Te) chalcogenide glassy system has been studied in the frequency range from 42Hz to 5Mz and temperature range from 433K to 523K. Dielectric constant and dielectric loss exhibit frequency and temperature dependency. Attempts have been made to analyse dielectric relaxation data using Hunt’s Model. Activation energies estimated... Read More

Authors : Sanketh Ramachandra, Anindya Deb, Purushothama Chippar

Battery powered electric vehicles which can be considered as affordable for a common buyer suffer from severe range limitation and have a substantial charging time which are preventing such vehicles from competing with or replacing current internal combustion engine-based vehicles. An electric motor-propelled vehicle powered by a hydrogen fuel cell for generating electricity appears to be the... Read More

Authors : Kamalika Banerjee

The living world faces serious threat from the water pollution caused by heavy metal contamination in water. Specially, long term exposure to heavy metals has been found to lead to severe health hazards. Costly methods of removal of heavy metals from waste water may be replaced by cheap bio-adsorbents which are obtained from nature and are effective in removing heavy metals from waste water. ... Read More

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