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Print ISSN : 2454-9967
Online ISSN : 2349-5359
Frequency : Quarterly
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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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Authors : V. Hariharan, B Gnanavel, V Aroulmoji, R Sathiyapriya, K Prabakaran, C Sekar, K Selvaraju,

This paper present the synthesis and characterization of pure (WO3) and doped (Co = 2 and 5 wt.%) in a facile microwave irradiation process, followed by the annealing process at 600°C in air for 6 h in order to know the suitability of the material for superconducting... Read More

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Authors : R. Solaichamy, J. Karpagam, K. Govindarasu,

The solid phase FT-IR and FT-Raman spectra of Gliptus {(2S)-1-[2-[(3-hydroxy-1-adamantyl) amino] acetyl] pyrrolidine-2-carbonitrile} have been recorded in the regions 4000–400 cm−1 and 3500-50 cm−1, respectively. To interpret the experimental data, ab initio... Read More

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Authors : S. Ranjitha, V. Aroulmoji, R. Lavanya Dhevi, G. Rajarajan, S. Gnanendra,

Globally, the steady increase in 5% of energy per year has urged the need of alternative sources of renewable energy and has become a top challenge. The PV technology has become the most promising technology in harvesting the solar-energy. The use of natural pigments has... Read More

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Authors : Satyamurthy V Parvatkar, Sadanand N Patil,

In this paper, we studied the fuzzy topological spaces after giving the fundamental definitions. We have introduced and investigated concept of fuzzy strongly g**-closed set and proved some properties with some examples the way they are related to the sets like fuzzy... Read More

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Authors : K. Prabakaran, K.B. Rajesh, V. Hariharan, P. Sangeetha, V. Aroulmoji, A.M. Musthafa,

Focal shift of radially laguerre polarized Bessel Gaussian beams induced by cosine phase masks are investigated theoretically by vector diffraction theory. Results show that when the radially polarized laguerre Bessel Gaussian beam with cosine phase plate is focused, the... Read More

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Authors : N. Zulfareen, T. Venugopal, I. Sajitha,

The activated carbon from the seeds of the Prosopis Juliflora has good adsorption capacity for the metal Zinc and it can be applied to the industrial waste for the removal of Zinc. With increase in concentration the percent removal decreases but the actual amount of the... Read More

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Authors : C. Indira Priyadharsini, M. Sumathi, A. Prakasam, P.M. .Anbarasan, V. Hariharan,

Nanocrystalline tin dioxide (SnO2) doped with by Zn and Ce were synthesized via chemical co-precipitation method. The SnO2 crystallites were found to exhibit tetragonal rutile structure and the values of lattice parameters show that the metal ions get substituted in the... Read More

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Authors : E. Poongothai, G. Thangaraj,

Some new concepts of Baireness in fuzzy soft topological spaces are introduced, and their characterizations and properties are investigated in this work. Several examples are given to illustrate the concepts introduced in this paper.

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Authors : R. Dharmaseelan, K. Lokeshkumar, K. Manikandan, M. Manikandan , S. Umamaheswari, B.S. Rajan,

There exist lot many methods of authentication for money transactions. The traditional method of e- payment especially debit card and credit card method of transaction has its own risk. Still necessity forces the people to use e- payment system for convenience. The novel... Read More

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Authors : R. Sophia Porchelvi , M. Anitha,

In this paper, a comparison of optimum solution between transportation and transhipment problem where the cost coefficients are the objective functions, and the source and destination parameters is expressed as interval values. The objective is to minimize the total... Read More

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Authors : Mallikarjun Hudedmani, Nitin Ummannanavar, Sanjay B Maradi Mani Dheeraj Mudaliar, Akshay V Dhage ,

Portable monitoring and controlling unit for electrical motor is an innovative idea to evaluate the performance of motors by measuring various parameters using Arduino controller for the motor under consideration namely, transformer and motor. The present concept displays... Read More

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Authors : B. Cynthia Sherin, E.A. Mary Anita,

With the rising demand of wireless networks and increase in the cost of equipments, it becomes highly difficult to install more and more equipments which results in the greater need for fair sharing of resources in the network. Scheduling becomes the best solution for the... Read More