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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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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

Influence of Inhomogeneity Properties of Multilayer Structure on Density Field-Effect Heterotransistors in a Conventional Energy Efficient Double Tail Dynamic Comparator – Optimization of Annealing

Investigation of the Thin-Layer Drying Characteristics of Cow Bone as Source of Nutrients for Plants

A Review on Synthesis, Properties and Applications on Cobalt Ferrite

Surface Modified Calotropis Gigantea Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene Composites

Synthesis and Characterization of Silver Nanoparticles Using Green Route

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

Current Issue

Volume -8, Issue - 4,  May 2022

Effects of Cloisite 20A Dispersion on the Structure and Properties of LDPE/Modified Clay/Coupling Agent Ternary Nanocomposites
Authors : Haydar U.   Zaman, Ruhul A.   Khan,

In this study, low-density polyethylene (LDPE)/modified clay (Cloisite 20A) nanocomposites were formed by melt-mixing Cloisite 20A with LDPE and coupling agent, low molecular weight oxidized polyethylene (OxPE). The effects of cloisite 20A, and OxPE on the morphological, mechanical, thermal and flame retardant properties of ternary nanocomposites based on LDPE were evaluated. The structural... Read More

Effectiveness of Wastewater Purification with Watermelon Seed Chaff
Authors : M.M.   Chukwu, J.C.   Obijiaku, R.E.   Obijiaku, C.   Ononogbo, J.C.   Offurum,

Watermelon seed chaff was used to treat industrial wastewater from a paint industry. The packed bed filtration method was adopted, as the effect of the bed height, together with the adsorbent particle size were monitored. Adsorbent particle sizes of 1.18mm, 0.60mm and 0.125mm were used to pack the glass column at varying heights of 4cm, 6cm, 8cm and 10cm, while 100mls of the wastewater was... Read More

Preliminary Experimental Performance Study of Hybrid Solar Thermal Collector Coated with Spectrally Selective Polyethylene Terephthalate Film
Authors : NwajiG.   Nnabuihe, Ononogbo   Chibuike, Ezeome C.   Uzochukw, Mba V.   Ndukwe, Anukam D.   Chidiebere, Nwereonye T.   Chigozie, Ebirim   Prince, Oborakpororo O.   Righteous, Chima   Ike, NnamdiV.   Ogueke, Anyanwu E.   Emmanuel,

The performance evaluation of a dual flat-plate solar thermal collector suitable for diurnal heating and nocturnal cooling applications is presented. Two collectors, each with estimated area of 0.784 m2 were designed, developed and experimentally investigated. The plates were made with mild steel and coated with matte black and polyethylene terephthalate (PET) powder. The results obtained showed... Read More

Effects of Filler Content and Compatibilizers on the Properties of Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE)/Thermoplastic Potato Starch (TPS) Blend Composite
Authors : Haydar U.   Zaman, Ruhul A.   Khan,

In this study, potato starch (PS) was physically mixed with low-density polyethylene (LDPE) through twin screw extruder to form LDPE/PS composites. Glycerol was added to the mixture as a plasticizer to increase the compatibility of PS and LDPE, which subsequently reduced the brittleness of the composite. The effect of thermoplastic potato starch (TPS) content and two different compatibilizers on... Read More

A comparative Study of Atomic Entanglement in Single Mode Jaynes Cummings Model with Multiphoton Interaction
Authors : Dr.   Amrita, Rohit   Singh,

: In the present paper, standard Jaynes Cummings model involving multiphoton interaction between the field and the atom has been considered. We study the variation of entanglement properties of a pair of two–level Rydberg atoms passing one after another into a lossless cavity with single mode multiphoton interaction. The initial joint state of two successive atoms that enter the cavity is... Read More

On Increasing the Density of a Single-Stage Differential-Drive CMOS Heterorectifier under the Influence of Missmatch-Induced Stress and Porosity of Materials
Authors : E.L.   Pankratov,

We analyzed the possibility to increase density of field-effect transistors framework a single-stage differential-drive CMOS rectifier. Based on this analysis we formulate recommendations to obtain the above increasing with increasing of homogeneity of dopant distribution in doped area. We also consider a possibility to decrease value of mismatch-induced stress in the considered heterostructure.... Read More

A Novel Approach for Smart Irrigation System using IoT Techniques
Authors : S.   Sumathi, S.   Krishnan, R.   Aravind Kumaran,

The paper presents a significant index in the evaluation of rural areas by monitoring the conditions of soil and water in agriculture. There are several factors that affect agriculture, which may be lack of water facilities, proper pesticide utilization at the proper time, and sometimes due to the low soil moisture content available in the soil. The soil and water conditions and how they can... Read More

Design and Analysis of Multiplier Accumulator Circuit for DSP Applications
Authors : Avian   Frank, K. B.   Ramesh,

Multipliers and Accumulators are an imperative component of DSP application systems. It plays a vital role in high speed digital signal processing (DSP), image processing multiplier and processing fast Fourier transform (FFT). These computations require large number of multiplication and addition operation which requires dedicated MAC and Arithmetic and Logic Unit (ALU) architectures.... Read More

On Modification of Mismatch-Induced Stresses during Microwave Annealing of Radiation Defects Generated during the Radiation Processing of a Heterostructure
Authors : E.L.   Pankratov,

In this paper we formulate recommendations to decrease mismatch-induced stress in a heterostructure during microwave annealing of radiation defects, which were generated during radiation processing. Also we considered an analytical approach to analyze mass and heat transfer during the considered process. The approach gives a possibility to take into account changes in the parameters of processes... Read More

An Analysis of Periocular Region Recognition
Authors : R.   Sheela, R.   Suchithra,

Periocular biometrics has been established as an independent modality due to concerns on the performance of iris or face systems which is uncontrolled. This paper presents the evaluation and comparison of pericocular recognition techniques such as ReLU non-linearity, DeepIrisNet, FaceNet, Light CNN, Multimodal CNN, Deep CNN, RGB-OCLBCP and to applied on a dataset of images from UBIPr, CASIA-Iris... Read More

Cartesian Products over Interval Valued Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets of Second Type
Authors : K.   Rajesh, R.   Srinivasan,

The Intuitionistic Fuzzy Set (IFS) based on fuzzy theory, which is of high efficiency to solve the fuzzy problem, has been introduced by Atanassov. Subsequently, he published the research one step further from the IFS to the Interval Valued Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets (IVIFS). On the basis of fuzzy set (FS), the IFS are a generalization concept. And the IFS are generalized to the IVIFS. In this... Read More

Photocatalytic Analysis on WO3 Nanoparticles
Authors : V.   Hariharan, V.   Aroulmoji, M.   Mala, V.   Karthik,

Pure and doped WO3-x nanoparticles were prepared by facile microwave irradiation method and investigated for strong photocatalytic activity due to the great importance of oxygen vacancies (V0). In the present study, pure and "Fe (~3wt.%)" doped WO3-x nanoparticles and their crystalline nature were evaluated using powder X-ray diffraction (XRD). Bandgap analysis on W17O47 has band gap values due... 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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