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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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Articles in Press

Chemical Modification Treatments on Extra-Long Egyptian Cotton Fiber

Increasing of Density in the Field-Effect Heterotransistors in an Amplifier Flipped Voltage Follower Mirrors with Account of Miss-Match Induced Stress

Mechanical Properties of novel hardened cement paste reinforced with Multi-Walled Carbon Nano-Tubes (MWCNTs) and Glass Fibers Nano material

Essentials and Applications of 3D Printers Used in Mathematical Technique

Dyeing of cotton fabric with natural dye extracted from Egyptian cotton leaves

Preparation and Characterization of Low-Density Polyethylene-Thermoplastic Sago Starch Blends with Enhanced Biodegradability

Numerical Simulation of Flow across a Radial Turbine for Prediction of Shaft Power for Driving Automobile Air Conditioners

BRAUERS FIXED POINT THEOREM

Pre-Local Function in Ideal Topological Spaces

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

Physico-Chemical Properties of Nicotine and Nicotine Inhibitor Mixtures in Aqueous Solution and the Role of Water in their Taste

Current Issue

Volume - 8, Issue - 1   July 2021


Harmonic and Anharmonic Oscillator Models for Pure Vibrational Infrared Spectroscopy of Diatomic Molecules
Authors : Rohit Singh,

In molecular vibrational infrared spectroscopy, absorption spectra arise from molecular vibration and correspond to transitions between the vibrational energy levels associated with a given electronic state of the molecule. The vibrational transitions, which fall in the... Read More

Numerical Simulation of Flow across a Radial Turbine for Prediction of Shaft Power for Driving Automobile  Air Conditioners
Authors : G.N. Nwaji, S. Udongwo, K.T. Ajayi, D.C. Uguru-Okorie, E.E. Anyanwu,

The exhaust gas spouting from the exhaust manifold into the radial inflow turbine coupled to an exhaust pipe of a 2.5L petrol engine has been computationally simulated in order to ascertain the extent of exhaust energy recoverability for driving the vehicle auxiliaries,... Read More

Mechanical Properties of novel hardened cement paste reinforced with Multi-Walled Carbon Nano-Tubes (MWCNTs) and Glass Fibers Nano material
Authors : Sandhya R. Jalgar, Anand M. Hunashyal, S.N. Mathad, Raghavendra Jalgar,

To improve the mechanical and durability properties of ordinary Portland cement (OPC) mortar and paste, the incorporation of multi walled Carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) and their dispersion procedures, functionalization, and ultra sonication have been intensively implemented.... Read More


Brauer’s Fixed Point Theorem
Authors : Dragan Obradovic, Lakshmi Narayan Mishra, Vishnu Narayan Mishra,

The primary goal of the paper is to deliver a simple proof of equivalence between Brouwer’s fixed point theorem and the existence of equilibrium in a simple exchange model with monotonic consumers. To achieve this end, we discuss some equivalent formulations of... Read More

Increasing the Density of Field-Effect Heterotransistors in an Amplifier Flipped Voltage Follower Mirrors with Account of Miss-Match Induced Stress
Authors : E.L. Pankratov,

In this paper, we introduce an approach to increase density of field-effect transistors framework current mode instrumentation amplifier flipped voltage follower mirrors. The approach we consider for manufacturing of the inverter in heterostructure with specific... Read More

 Dyeing of Cotton Fabric with Natural Dye Extracted from   Egyptian Cotton Leaves
Authors : Yasser A. Abd-El-Baset, Alaa Heikal, Salah M. Saleh,

: Cotton leaves have been used to extract natural dye for dyeing of Egyptian cotton variety Giza 86 fabric and its blend with polyester 50:50, using different mordants such as iron (II) sulfate, copper (II) sulfate, and alum. The exhaust dyeing method was utilized using... Read More

Special Issue (Recent)

International Conference on Current Trends in Materials Science and Engineering 2019

Last Update : 27 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... 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... 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... 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... 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 (ϕ_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... 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... 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... 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... Read More


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