Multidisciplinary Science and Advanced Technologies

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Dr. Kaushik Pal¹
Dr. Fernando Gomes
Dr. Thinakaran Narayanan

¹Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Series: Technology in a Globalizing World
BISAC:TEC000000

Multidisciplinary Science and Advanced Technologies
form a vast and diverse class of the engineering science and research divisions. This book discusses novel design techniques and smart mechanisms, as well as innovations that might be utilized in the future. Scientific modification can control industrial-scale assembly, a process that ultimately provides specific material function, depending on electronic development for advancements. Furthermore, the combination of supramolecular multidisciplinary technologies allows for the exploration of application‐based materials.  Smart materials are vital for the in-depth analysis of various morphologies. This book is an international forum for comprehensive soft-condensed matter physics, nanoscience principles, nanotechnology tools, and nanotechnology applications in the environmental, energy, and electronics sector, including a discussion of ethical issues in these fields. This book reviews the applications and market potential of a variety of media, including mirror, glazing, and display products, such as low-information content displays for banners and labels. The physicist, chemical engineer, materials scientist, nanotechnologist, and biologist at all levels, as well as academicians for unique device-based applications in various fields, will benefit from this book. Readers will gain an understanding of the practical and highly sensitive business fields for specific disciplinarians. The goal is to provide readers a broad review from a materials perspective, so that teachers can provide a comprehensive review of this technology to students. This book also highlights the entire gamut of smart engineering technologies and the materials design process of fabrications from past to present and future perspectives. The syllabi of various technical universities and research institutes are examined, explaining the basic perceptions of this emerging field.
In science today, the major focus of research and development in synthetic materials and spectroscopic analysis broadly deals with materials on the atomic and molecular scales. The vision for the future is to move beyond these already existing applications and explore new realms of electronic applications.

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Editors biography

1. Capacitive pressure sensor based in chewing gum composites quartz filler
Fabíola da S. Maranhão

2. Magnetizable geopolimeric system produced in heterogen medium and its use as heavy metals sorber
Fabíola da S. Maranhão

3. Study of the geopolymer sorption capacity exposed to Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
Fabíola da S. Maranhão

4. Comprehensive properties enhancement of graphene oxide reinforced bio-based unsaturated polyester nanocomposites
Nidhin Divakaran

5. Preparation and Characterization of Bioplastic Made of Polylactic Acid (PLA) Incorporated with Tapioca Starch for Food Packaging Usage
Noorul Hidayah Yusoff

6. Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Natural Fiber Reinforced Biopolymer Composite Takeout Food Packaging: System Boundary and Life Cycle Inventory (LCI)
H. N. Salwa

7. Effectiveness of Hybrid Formulation on Mechanical Properties of the Recycled High Density Polyethylene (rHDPE) and Recycled Polypropylene (rPP) From Injection Molding Scrap
S. Zaleha Wahid

8. Spectroscopic and Ionic Study of PVdF – Flyash Composite Electrolyte at Different P-T Condition
Nidhi Asthana, Kaushik Pal

9. Development of Sound Aid Fire Extinguisher for Kitchen and Small Laboratory Application
Thinakaran Narayanan

10. Breakthrough Investigation in Enhancing Mechanical Properties in Imroved Cold Work Tool Steel
A.R. M. Aidil

11. Biological Impact of Feedings Rats with Cry Protein Based Diet
Arpita Rani Kahmrai

12. Analysis of Temperature Distribution in MIG Welding Technologies by Finite Element Method
Saiful Din Sabdin

13. Viral Nanoparticles where we are heading
Alaa AA Aljabali

14. Animals in Biomedical Research: Towards a more compassionate approach
Joana Reis

15. Nanoporous Metal Organic Frameworks: Effect of Thermal History on Crystallinity and Thermal Stability
Siva Kaylasa Sundari

16. Effect of Using Quantity Lubrication on Tool Life in End Milling AISI 1050 Steel
Md. Azrul Hisyam bin Mat Zin

17. Lamp Headlight Silver Streak Problem Resolve thru Internal Tunnel
Norjamalullail Tamri

18. Lowcost Organic Enricher From WasteFood & Composter Made of Recycled Products (oEWC)
Jayamalini A

19. Study and Challenges of Metamaterials in Micostrip
S. Kannadhasan

20. Development of IOT Based Self-Diagnose System for Exit Signage
Ranjit Singh

21. Enhancing Barrier properties of Chitosan Extracted from Shrimp Shells as a Sustainable Material for Active Packaging using Natural Wastes
Irene Shamy Fahim

22. Various Application and Aspects of Liquid Crystals
MLN Madhu Mohan

23. The Effect of Pretreated Tire Crumb on the Impact Properties of Rubberized Concrete
Mostafa G. Aboelkheir

24. The Development of Eco-Reuse Nanotechnology Wastewater Filter using Hybrid Green Composite Filtration Material (GCFM)
Shanthie Krishnan

25. The Emergence of Fintech Innovation and Challenges Towards SMEs
Logaiswari Indiran

26. Upskilling TVET Instructor in IKTBN Sepang for Industry 4.0 Element Through CUDBAS METHOD
Nur Nadia Bachok

27. Social Networking Sites: Facebook, As A Collaborative Tool In The Teaching And Learning Of English Language In Malaysian Polytechnic
Santhy Subbarau

28. The Implementation of Project-Based Learning to foster 21st century skills among Malaysian polytechnic engineering students
S. Thivviyah Sanmugam

29. Addressing Learning Styles and Students Readiness in Online Mathematics Education
Vijaya Sengodan

30. Nanomaterials dispersed liquid crystalline optical materials: Unique platform of thermal sensor applications
Asiya SI

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