International Journal of Applied Science Research (IJASR)

FP-IJASR is a peer-reviewed journal with HIGH IMPACT FACTOR (JCC) aiming to publish current and relevant findings from cutting edge research in agricultural sciences, physics, nuclear engineering ,chemistry, biological Sciences, environmental sciences, material & earth science, mathematics and library Science.

The International Journal of Applied Science Research (IJASR) is an open access , double-blind peer review journal published online by FOREX International Press that accepts research work on all related disciplines of Applied Science such as Agricultural, Aerospace, Zoology, Botany, Biology, NeroScience , Nano-techonlogy, Chemistry, Biotechnology, Mathematics, Marien science, Environmental Science, Food Industry, Instruements, Statistics, Nuclear Sciences, Physics, Material & Earth Sciences, Geology , Space Technology and Library Science etc.

Under the norms of open access, the contents of the Journal of Applied Science Research can be transmitted and shared through the online medium to facilitate quick dissemination of research. The journal reports about the latest findings in the domain in the form of articles submitted by research authors. A comprehensive peer-review process ensures the published articles are in line with open access publishing standards and comprised of genuine research article or case reports. The respective tracking system helps editors and reviewers through the handling process.

It is an online manuscript submission, review systems. Review processing is performed by the editorial board members of Journal of Applied Science Research or outside experts; at least two independent reviewers approval followed by editor approval is required for acceptance of any citable manuscript. Authors may submit manuscripts and track their progress through the system, hopefully to publication. Reviewers can download manuscripts and submit their opinions to the editor. Editors can manage the whole submission/review/revise/publish process.

Submit your manuscript to the Editorial Office at Weblink or Send as an e-mail attachment to editor@forexjournal.co.in or forexeditor@gmail.com

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Solitary Waves Solutions of Non-Linear Schrodinger Equation with Higher Order Dispersion by Phase Amplitude Method Mathematically

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Study of the Effects Due To Eutrophication and Chemical Pesticides in JAMUAARI River Samastipur North Bihar

The main objective of this study was to monitored lose of the biodiversity and current land-use activities in Jamuaari river basin and their impacts on the nutrient load in river ecosystem.

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Special Issue focuses on the impact of climatic conditions, such as temperature, precipitation, CO2 concentration, extreme weather events/constellations, as well as of climate change on viticulture (including wine and table grapes) and enology, including grape physiology, grape nutrition, grape phenology, vineyard terroir, wine styles, and wine typicity. Furthermore, manuscripts dealing with potential adaptation strategies to mitigate the impact of climate change, covering, e.g., vineyard site selection, selection of planting material, alternative training systems, crop cultural measures, irrigation, and enological measures, are highly invited.

This issue focuses on the study and fabrication of novel SERS substrates. The range of possible topics is very wide. Some examples could be the preparation of nanoparticles with optimal shapes for SERS, new strategies for assembling hot-spots (in solution or on solid surfaces), the development of cheap and large-scale fabrication processes, the design of SERS labels, the use of alternative materials in addition to the traditional noble metals (i.e., dielectrics, semiconductors or graphene), structure–property investigations of the relation between the morphology and the near/far field properties, the combination of substrates with separation and capturing techniques, etc.

Advanced NDT (nondestructive testing) techniques are excellent tools in order to safely maintain structures such as bridges, tunnels, and buildings, as well as cars, airplanes, ships, etc. Over the course of several decades, NDT techniques were developed to be more precise and automatic than conventional techniques, which are based on human experience. Laser ultrasonics is one such technique, which has fast defect imaging performance for plate-like materials. Machine vision is also developing well to detect some flaws in structures and materials.

This vision technique is now converged with artificial intelligence and big data to clarify some targets from objects quickly and automatically. Advanced NDT techniques can involve many methods, such as holography, shearography, speckle photography, ESPI, etc. These techniques are now being developed for application in the evaluation of materials and structural status. Many advanced sensors have also been investigated for implementing real-time structural monitoring, such as wireless sensor networks, fiber optic sensors, etc. Fiber optic sensors are powerful tools for structural monitoring. FBG sensors are successfully deployed in many fields. However, these sensors are carefully prepared to be used properly for various needs. Distributed fiber optic sensors can sense strain, temperature, vibration, and acoustics through one sensing optical fiber line.

At present, the spatial resolution of these sensors is accomplished at a sub-centimeter range, which can be used to detect cracks on materials. This Special Issue of Applied Science, "Structural Monitoring Using Advanced NDT techniques", will provide recent achievements in structural monitoring and materials characterization using advanced NDT techniques. In addition, this Issue will include some papers presented in WCNDT (World Conference on Non-Destructive-testing) 2020. Your contribution is welcome and much appreciated as an author or a reviewer.