Technology and innovation foster several sustainable applications through advancement of materials. Currently, accomplishing United Nations (UN)’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of 2030 agenda through efforts of materials researchers, academician, industry, and governments from word wide regions is better strategy. Therefore, this issue will add on some thought-points that will further enrich materials research and developments for achieving sustainable development goals before timeline. The articles also highlight how experiment with advanced materials embrace a whole-of-society approach through involving both the research and industry.
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The notion of May 2021 issue of Advanced Materials Letters is to exhibited role of research and development in materials diversified applications. The present issue represents eight remarkable articles illustrating the materials research for global example. Guest Editors Ram Krishna Mishra, Shirish V. Deo, Laxmikant Yadu, Vikas Dubey and Dhananjay Kumar Deshmukh edited this issue and make it possible for timely delivery of this informative version for worldwide readers.
In this issue first article described about the roles of advanced materials to help and achieve the UN’s sustainable development goals early. Utilization of alternative energy source is described in articles two and seven to ensures the significance of renewable energy source in SDGs. Elimination of pollution from environment, is one of very important aspects to achieve the SDGs early, are address properly in articles number three and eight. More specifically this issue established the technology importance in establishing diversified materials applications and environmental understanding. Article number four, five and six described technology-based applications such as network in forecasting, simulation in Liquefied Petroleum Gases (LPG) pressure, thermal aspects, and strength in materials welding. This issue therefore assessed the technology to accomplish the SDGs in advance and make the concept of green world.
Advanced materials have emerged as important players in environmental sustainability for the assessment of habitation strategies, zero-energy infrastructures, materials utilization, new innovations, green practices, etc. This May 2020 special issue is based on the “Sustainable materials & construction practices”. The cover photo of the issue is dedicated to IAAM’s Sustainable Development Agenda for 2030 to address materials research and innovation to address sustainable development needs towards promoting green practices and solve pressing international issues.
The first article of the issue is published by the Sachin Mishra et al. from Bhilai Institute of Technology, India. This article discusses the new products and materials innovations owned by fast developing industries and smart startups. Evolution of the new technologies helps in improvement of global economy. Sustainable developments aim for self-reliance and technically acceptable. Sustainability may be understood as such development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. It is well understood that earlier development consumes vast quantity of natural resources without caring of negative impact on environment upon which they depend.
Citation of the article: Adv. Mater. Lett., 2021, 12(5), 21051625. [Download Full Text in PDF]
The second article describes the review work for luminescence property of materials, their detection techniques, and the possibilities for combining the Luminescence properties of materials & MEMS technology is reported. This article is published by the Manish Kumar Mishra et al. under collaboration of several Indian organizations such as Career Point University, Kota, Bhilai Institute of Technology Raipur, MANIT Bhopal and SSIPMT Raipur. This work discusses about the various visible features and advantages with the applications of such genetically engineered micro-organisms/systems as environmentally friendly bio-correspondents. In this work the various fabrication technique for luminescence material-based semiconductors is discussed, which are similar to the fabrication of MEMS devices.
Citation of the article: Adv. Mater. Lett., 2021, 12(5), 21051626. [Download Full Text in PDF]
The third article of this issue is published by the Sangeeta Sahu et al. from Bhilai Institute of Technology from India. This article describes the cadmium biopersistant nature and pollution in environment. Study emphasizes about removal of cadmium from wastewater, via various techniques. These techniques are chemical precipitation, chemical reduction, ion exchange, evaporation, membrane processes, and adsorption. Each method has its own advantages and disadvantages among these techniques; adsorption of cadmium metal by using various materials was proved to be an amazingly effective method. From the current review, adsorption seems to be the best alternative, help to develop new metal remediation technology and to study the scientific advances of recent years in this area.
Citation of the article: Adv. Mater. Lett., 2021, 12(5), 21051627. [Download Full Text in PDF]
The fourth article of the issue describes the forecasting climatic conditions carried out by scientists around the globe. This article is published by Akhilesh Kumar Yadu et al. from MATS University, India. The article describes that researchers have used multiple architectures of Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) for forecasting and understanding of various climatic phenomena. Such tasks demand huge analysis on recent and past results to give appropriate with precise results of the forecast. In this paper, authors are proposing a Radial Basis Function Network (RBFN) as a machine learning tool for making forecasting. In a variety of real-time packages, that includes the prediction of weather, load forecasting, forecasting approximately a variety of traveller and in various programs RBFN applied.
Citation of the article: Adv. Mater. Lett., 2021, 12(5), 21051628. [Download Full Text in PDF]
The fifth article of the issue describes about the transport and storage conditions of the Liquefied Petroleum Gases [LPG]. This article reported by the Prabhjot Singh Virdi et al. Bhilai Institute of Technology and Malaviya National Institute of Technology, India respectively. When a vessel carrying LPG is damaged, an abrupt drop in pressure may release colossal quantities of evaporating gas and energy that has a destructive effect on the vessel itself and its surroundings. When encounters ignition source, BLEVE phenomenon is developed. Elevated temperature environment outside the LPG pressure vessel can cause vessel explosion due to the pressure mount inside the tank and drop in strength of the tank walls. The primary focus of the paper is to analyze the LPG storage pressure vessel under thermal loading condition. For this Finite element modeling approach is used and the analysis is carried out in ANSYSTM software.
Citation of the article: Adv. Mater. Lett., 2021, 12(5), 21051629. [Download Full Text in PDF]
In the sixth article, process parameter of FSW is studied based on the strength of welding joint and predict FSW tool speed as low as possible according to the past literature. This article is reported by the Sharda Pratap Shrivas et al from BIT, Durg and GEC, Bilaspur of India. In this work analysing the strength variation of welding joint under two mode of pre-heating temperature on the workpiece then variation of cooling medium applies after preheating to change the grain structure of workpiece. In this work the FSW process is passed over two pieces of aluminum at once and the effect of tool rotation and temperature of the tool is discussed by preparing the sample for testing according to the ASTM dimension.
Citation of the article: Adv. Mater. Lett., 2021, 12(5), 21051630. [Download Full Text in PDF]
The seventh article of the issue investigates about the OLED material. This article is authored by the Omprakash Verma et al. from several organizations of India such as Bhilai Institute of Technology, ISBM University and Govt Engineering College. Synthesis and characterization are reported inside the manuscript. PL spectra were recorded for ultraviolet radiation and it shows down-conversion with emission peaks centered at 448 nm (Blue Region), 513 nm (Green Region) and 609 nm (red Region). Here, colour rendering index and co-related colour temperature are calculated for its practical/industrial ability. Thermoluminescence glow curve analysis of prepared pallet and it is found good TL glow curve response with UV dose. Now as formed thin film may be useful for energy efficient photovoltaic application.
Citation of the article: Adv. Mater. Lett., 2021, 12(5), 21051631. [Download Full Text in PDF]
In the eighth article, author analyzed the nitrogen in the first and second soil samples collected around the power plant and sponge iron plant of Siltara area, the third soil sample taken from crop area around rice mill of Bemetara, India. This article is authored by the Preeti Verma et al. through joint efforts of Govt. Nagarjuna P. G. College of Science and Govt. M.V.P.G. College belongs to India. Result of chemical analysis of these samples indicates that the soil sample is found to be nitrogen deficient. Sample collected from 50 to 4500 meter around rice crop field. Available N content was raised continuously from 221.79 kg ha-1 (50 m) to 293.42 kg ha-1 (4500 m.) around sponge iron industry, 233.11 kg ha-1 (50 m) to 302.13 kg h-1 (4500 m) around power plant industry and 200.70 kg ha-1 at 50 m and 335.23 kg ha-1 at 4500 m around rice mill industry. This analysis is done by Nitrogen Auto Analyzer.
Citation of the article: Adv. Mater. Lett., 2021, 12(5), 21051632. [Download Full Text in PDF]
Advanced Materials Letters (AML), May 2021 issue display numerous promising technologies, which is utilized for the advanced application of materials. This issue illustrates that improved knowledge and information’s of the advanced materials required regularly to achieve the 2030 UN’ sustainability Agenda as soon as possible. International Association of Advanced Materials, IAAM is employed in the promotion of not-for-profit Diamond Open Access Publishing Practices with the objective of “Advancement of Materials to Global Excellence”
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