Volume - 8, Issue - 2   November 2021


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Authors : Haydar U. Zaman, Ruhul A. Khan,

In today’s world, no one can stand without plastic. These ingredients are enormously dependent on several industries including aerospace, food packaging, automotive, plastic shopping bags, and many more. Landfills are full of plastic waste and the accumulation of... Read More

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Authors : Vincent Aroulmoji, Mohamed Mathlouthi, M.O. Portmann-Richardson,

The role of water in sweet taste chemoreception of small carbohydrates and artificial sweeteners was derived from physico-chemical methods and spectroscopic studies of their aqueous solutions. Likewise, surface tension, contact angles with a hydrophobic surface, and the... Read More

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Authors : S. Senthil Murugan, S. Rajkamal,

Friction welding, eco-friendly welding is widely popular for joining dissimilar joints. This solid-state welding process eliminates the smoke, fumes, fluxes caused by the fusion welding process. In this work, the aluminium 6063 and stainless steel 304 was joined through... Read More


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Authors : R. Namitha, E. Vidya,

By using Density Functional Theory (DFT/B3LYP) some quantum chemical parameters of the previously synthesized molecule were calculated to determine the relationship between molecular structure and their inhibition efficiencies as corrosion inhibitors. The results of the... Read More

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Authors : E.L. Pankratov,

In this paper, we introduce an approach to increase the integration rate of elements of a conventional static comparator. Framework, the approach we consider a heterostructure with special configuration. Several specific areas of the heterostructure should be doped by... Read More

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Authors : H. F. Gebregziabher, F. Gebrehiwot,

This study aimed at assessing the static and dynamic slope stability of Ribb Zoned Earthen Dam that is located in the earthquake prone areas of Ethiopia by employing finite element method using the shear strength reduction (SSR) technique of PLAXIS. The slope stability... Read More


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Authors : K. Rajesh, A. Renuga,

In this paper, we introduce the new concept of Sb* Open, closed and continuous multiset function in multiset topological space. Also study some interesting properties of Sb*-closed and Sb*-continuous mutiset function in multiset topological space

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Authors : Rohit Singh, Amrita ,

Raman scattering is a consequence of quantized vibrations or rotations of molecules irradiated with monochromatic light. Some light is scattered at the same frequency (Rayleigh) and some light is scattered at different frequencies (Raman). The difference in frequency... Read More

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Authors : S. Subhasree ,

This work focuses on the atmosphere protected, ecological process by the combination of Cobalt doped Zinc oxide nanocomposites utilizing the extraction of Ocimum sanctum. The prepared nanocomposites are examined by unusual methods like Fourier transform infrared... Read More


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Authors : P. Srinivasan, P. Thiyagarajan, R. Yuvarajan, , T. Selvankumar,

Laccases are ligninolytic enzyme which belongs to the blue multicopper oxidases and participates in the degradation of polymers, and band cleavage of composite aromatic compounds. At present, laccases are commercially produced form bacteria, fungi and plants. These... Read More

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Authors : E.L. Pankratov,

Pulsed laser deposition is one of the most promising modern approaches for producing epitaxial layers. The approach gives a possibility to apply materials with special properties (metals, carbides, etc.) to the surface of parts, which allows restoring geometry, increasing... Read More

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Authors : F.G. Teklehaymanot, E. Alene,

California Bearing Ratio is used for the evaluation of subgrade strengths during design of flexible pavements. However, determination of CBR value is time consuming, tedious, costly and laborious which highly affects the schedule of projects. To make a preliminary... Read More