Advanced Materials Proceeding is an Open Access international scientific journal published by a non-profit organization, International Association of Advanced Materials, IAAM. Launched in 2016 as the official journal of the International Association of Advanced Materials, IAAM, the journal publishes high-quality peer-reviewed articles on materials science, engineering, and technology. The subjects covered span through a wide range that includes materials of chemistry, physics, biology, engineering, and technology.

Advanced Materials Proceeding is a quarterly journal that provides a platform to publish the latest research on both theoretical and experimental results as Original research articles, review articles, short communication (brief report or brief communication), perspective article, systematic overview and meta-analysis, Letter to editor, commentary and editorial. In addition to original research and review articles, the journal offers conversations and discussions of topics that provide distinctive views about the future of advanced materials. The highly interdisciplinary journal accomplishes multi-trans-inter disciplinary research findings in the areas of synthesis, structure, characterization, processing, properties, and applications.

Research Article
Studying the Impact of Proper Crew Trainings and Safety Procedure during LNG Bunkering

Ihor Leonidovich Surinov

Volume 8, Issue 1 , 2023, Pages 1-7

  Reducing emissions to air and introducing new propulsion technologies are key challenges for the worldwide transport sector, including shipping. The world’s future fleet will have to rely on a broader range of fuels, propulsion solutions and energy efficiency measures. It should be obvious that ...  Read More

Review Article
Current Trends in Rail Transported Industry Wash Water Treatments, Reuse, Recycling & Recovery: A Review

Sushil Kumar; Surya Narayan Singh Gautam; Saurabh Kumar; Sneha Gupta

Volume 8, Issue 1 , 2023, Pages 1-9

  According to North Eastern Railway the coach washing plant due to continuous growth the World population development of agriculture and Industry in the emerging important issue countries as well as climate change the insufficiency water becomes the past few years in Increase important issue. The collection ...  Read More

Research Article Thin Films, Materials Surface & Interfaces
Modification of Stainless Steel with ZiNC and Niobium Oxides for Antimicrobial Effect

Bruna Laís Pereira da Silva; Leonardo Barbosa da Silva; Letícia Dias dos Anjos Gonçalves; Rogério Valentim Gelamo; Vitor Tomaz Guimarães Naves; Lucas Donizete Silva; Emiliane Andrade Araújo Naves Naves

Volume 8, Issue 1 , 2023, Pages 1-6

  The microbial adhesion of pathogens on surfaces, followed by the formation of biofilms, constitute one important causes of diseases transmitted by foods. Biofilm control in the food industry is critical since biofilm removal is challenging. Thus, the functionalization of surfaces has been a strategy ...  Read More

Research Article
Intrinsic Defects Formation and Subsequent Direct and Indirect Transitions due to Ammonia in rGO – ZnO Nanocomposites

Arnab Sankar Bhattacharyya; Ritambhara Dash

Volume 8, Issue 1 , 2023, Pages 1-6

  The rGO-ZnO composite was found promising improvement over the photocatalytic ability of pure ZnO and is useful for other Opto-chemical applications. ZnO/rGO composite was synthesized by the sol-gel method. The morphology of rGO caused better dispersion of the ZnO crystallites The reducing agent ammonia ...  Read More

Research Article Polymer Composite
On the Generation of Highly Oriented Test Specimens and the Influence of Preparation

Tamara van Roo; Stefan Kolling; Felix Dillenberger

Volume 8, Issue 1 , 2023, Pages 1-7

  In the context of this contribution, a new injection molded unidirectional plate for specimen-extraction is introduced, as well as current investigations on the analysis of the preparation process are shown and discussed. The fiber orientation resulting from the injection molding (IM) manufacturing process ...  Read More

Optical band-gap and associated Urbach energy tails in defected AlN thin films grown by ion beam sputter deposition: Effect of assisted ion energy

Neha Sharma; K. Prabakar; S. Ilango; S. Dash; A. K. Tyagi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , 2017, , Pages 342-346

  AIN thin films were grown by ion beam sputter deposition in reactive assistance of N+/N2+ ions on Si (100) substrates. During deposition, assisted ion energy (EA) was varied as 90 eV and 120 eV with a post deposition exposure to N2 plasma. The resultant films were characterized by grazing incidence x-ray ...  Read More

Synthesis of ZnO nanoparticles and its application in adsorption

Karuna Nalwa; Anupama Thakur; Neeta Sharma

Volume 2, Issue 11 , 2017, , Pages 697-703

  In the present study nanoparticles of zinc oxide (ZnO) were synthesized by simple solution based approach and used as an adsorbent for the removal of Cu(II) ions from aqueous solution. ZnO nanoparticles were characterized by X-Ray Diffraction (XRD), Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) and Dynamic ...  Read More

Structural and optical characterization of MnFe2O4 nanoparticles

Elangbam C. Devi; Ibetombi Soibam

Volume 2, Issue 2 , 2017, , Pages 93-96

  Manganese ferrite nanoparticles with chemical formula MnFe2O4 have been synthesized by low temperature chemical co-precipitation method. The structural and optical properties of the nanoparticles were studied by using X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive X-ray ...  Read More

Effect of calcium chloride on rheological behavior of sodium alginate

Doha Berraaouan; Mohamed Elmiz; Samira Salhi; AbdesselamTahani .

Volume 2, Issue 10 , 2017, , Pages 629-633

  Sodium Alginates are widely used in several industries as gelling agent, coagulant, thickener and encapsulation matrices. Since they can be used in aqueous solutions, it becomes more interesting to study their behavior as non-Newtonian fluids and how adding divalent cations such as calcium can influence ...  Read More

Nutrient Expert as Decision Supporting Tool to Reduce Nitrate Toxicity in Cereal Crops

Amit Kesarwani; Suraj Kumar

Volume 7, Issue 1 , 2022, , Pages 1-5

  An enormous portion of nutrient (crop residue) is taken out from soil on account of its competitive use and considerably less residue returning to soil leading to negative balance, prompts lower crop productivity, poor economic return and low nutrient use efficiency prompting large environmental footprint. ...  Read More

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