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Print ISSN : 2454-9967
Online ISSN : 2349-5359
Frequency : Quarterly

Impact Factor: 2.75

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CiteScore: 1.03

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Dr. V. Aroulmoji

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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All manuscripts are subject to peer review and are expected to meet the stipulated standards of academic excellence. Once approved by the editor, the manuscripts will be sent to peer-reviewers, and the identity of the peer viewers remains confidential. If necessary our research integrity team will resort to the reviewers outside our panel.

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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 ...

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Articles in Press

Thermodynamic Properties and Drying Kinetics of Potato Slices

Development of Twin Model for the Bioremediation of Crude Oil Sludge Contaminated Soil

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 - 4,  May 2023

Synthesis and Application of Novel Di-functional Polymer Building Blocks based on Cashew Nut Shell Liquid
Authors : Joseph   Mauck, Chetan   Tambe, Pietro   Campaner, Fernanda   Tavares, Yun Mi   Kim, Anbu   Natesh,

Cardanol (3-pentadecenyl-phenol), well-known non-edible natural oil obtained as a by-product of the Cashew Industry, represents a valid alternative to petro-based derivatives, thanks to its peculiar chemical structure. When selected as raw material in the synthesis of epoxy curing agents or polyols and diols for polyurethane applications, cardanol can impart unique benefits, like chemical... Read More

Study of TEC Depletion during Low Solar Activity Periods of 23rd and 24th Solar Cycle at Crest of Indian EIA Region
Authors : Surabhi   Sahu, Richa   Trivedi, Amit   Jain, Sudhir   Jain,

The Total Electron Content (TEC) depletion near the equatorial ionization anomaly crest region in the Indian ionospheric sector has been analyzed during the year March 2005 to February 2006, and May 2016 to August 2017, low solar activity periods of 23rd and 24th solar cycle respectively. TEC data from March 2005 to February 2006 is recorded by GPS Ionospheric Scintillation and TEC Monitor... Read More

On optimization of Manufacturing Transistors in Wideband Current Amplifier with DC-offset Cancellation to Increase their Integration Rates
Authors : E.L.   Pankratov,

In this paper, we introduce an approach to increase the density of field-effect transistors in the framework of a wideband current amplifier with DC-offset cancellation. In the framework an approach we consider in the manufacturing of inverter in heterostructure with specific configuration. Several required areas in the heterostructure should be doped such as diffusion or ion implantation. After... Read More

An Overview on Properties and uses of Bhendi Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites
Authors : Haydar U.   Zaman, Ruhul A.   Khan,

In today's fast-paced culture, issues like the environment, ecology, and new regulations from the government are important worries. Researchers and scientists are therefore looking for renewable and biodegradable natural fiber reinforced composites. Natural fibers over synthetic fibers have clear advantages, such as low density, equivalent strength, non-toxicity, low cost, and minor waste... Read More

Biological Databases and Resources: Their Engineering and Applications in Synthetic Biology
Authors : Divya   Sindhu, Saurabh   Sindhu,

Biological sciences pose a unique set of engineering challenges due to incomplete understanding of natural biological systems. Currently, sequencing of macromolecules i.e., DNA (deoxyribose nucleic acid) and proteins obtained from living cells has provided significant information, which is available in different database repositories. These databases comprising of genomic sequences and amino... Read More

Assessment of Different Seed Enhancement Techniques on Seed Viability and Storability Potential of Pigeon Pea    (Cajanus cajan millsp) Genotypes
Authors : Olufelo Joseph   Olusola, Alegiledoye Abiodun   Oladimeji, Eze Chinedu   Norbert,

Rapid germination is very important for better plant growth and development under stress condition. Presence of hard seed coats, seed borne pathogens and unfavorable environmental condition hinder the normal seedling establishment in legumes. Earlier seed enhancement is mainly achieved through synthetic and plant growth regulators which are not environmental friendly. To evaluate the efficacy... Read More

Design and Analysis of Alternative Coating Bio-Material          for Gas Turbine Engine Blade for High Temperature      Aerospace Application
Authors : Prithviraj   Kandekar, Akshay   Acharya, Basangouda   Patil, Aakash   Chatta, Arun Y   Patil, Shridhar   Mathad ,

Airways play an important role in transportation in the new era of transport. The engine part must withstand a lot of heat and force for such long travel hours. Engine compressor blades are one such component, in which blades undergo a temperature change. This change in temperature causes the material to wear out as time passes. In the modern age of transport, airways play a major role in... Read More

Phytoremediation Potential of Glycine max L and Empty Palm Fruit Bunch Ash (Potash) in soils co-contaminated with Chromium and Anthracene
Authors : O.U.   Nwosu,

Phytoremediation is an assuring technology for the remediation of sites polluted with inorganic and organic contaminants. The present study assessed the remediation potential of Glycine max L in a co-contaminated soil with Chromium and anthracene and the effects of potash applied as amendments. Soils were contaminated with potassium chromate salt and anthracene at one level (100mg/kg of... Read More

A Conceptual Review of Electrical Power               Generation Processes
Authors : Nwadinobi Chibundo   Princewill, Nwakwuribe Victor   Chimaoge, Kanu Allwell   Ubasom, Inyama   Kelechi,

The article presents a conceptual overview of power generation systems. Electricity is probably the most versatile energy carrier in modern economies and is therefore fundamentally linked to human and economic development. Therefore, electricity deserves special attention due to its contribution to global greenhouse gas emissions, which is reflected in the continuous development of low-emission... Read More

Isolation and Characterization of Potential Bacterial Pathogens from Cyprinus carpio to find out the Impact of Water Pollution
Authors : M.   Manohar, M.   Mohan, V.   Aroulmoji, C.   Vigneshwaran, P.   Rekha, P.   Ganesh,

The most important fish pathogen is Aeromonas hydrophila (syn. A.liquifaciens, A.formicans), and this group is often referred to A.hydrophila complex. The prevalence of bacterial pathogen occurs in organically polluted waters. Predisposing risk factors include high temperature, overcrowding, organic pollution, and hypoxia. Motile aeromonads often invade skin wounds, commonly with water molds or... Read More

Application of the Function in Basic Mathematics
Authors : Laxmi   Rathour, Dragan   Obradovic, Lakshmi Narayan   Mishra, Kejal   Khatri, Vishnu Narayan   Mishra,

The concept of function is one of the fundamental mathematical concepts, very important within mathematics itself as well as in the application of mathematics. Functions are an essential element of mathematical structuring and modeling of problems (e.g.in algebraic structures), as well as a means of comparing structures thus obtained (eg homomorphisms of structures). A mathematical function is a... Read More

Separation Modeling and Simulation of Acetone and Acetic acid Mixtures by Pervaporation Process
Authors : R.   Jokar, M.   Kazemi Moghadam, M.J.   Gandomi,

The evaporation process is to separate the mixtures by partial evaporation inside the membrane. In this research, a mathematical model has been developed by considering mass and momentum transfer to model dehydration through the process of evaporation and evaporation. This process involves removing water from the liquid mixture (water / acetic acid and water / acetone) using a dense polymer... 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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