Advanced Journal of Science and Engineering <p><strong>Advanced Journal of Science and Engineering (Adv. J. Sci. Eng.); eISSN: 2717-0705<br /></strong></p> <p>is a multidisciplinary international research journal covering all fields of basic sciences and engineering established by SciEng Publishing Group. This double-blind peer-reviewed journal aims to provide a rapid-processing platform for researchers from all around the world to share their latest findings. The journal policy is Open Access based with no article processing charges and all published articles of this journal are freely available for readers through online system at the journal homepage; <a href=""></a> without any subscription fee.</p> <p><strong>Adv. J. Sci. Eng.</strong> has been publishing Quarterly (4 issues per year) accepting all Original Research and Review Articles in addition to Short Communications and Letters.</p> <p>The average time between submission and final decision is about three weeks and the average time between acceptance and publication is about one week.</p> <p>Please submit your manuscripts to <strong>Adv. J. Sci. Eng.</strong> through on-line submission system: <a href=""></a></p> <p><strong>In case of any questions, please contact us;</strong> <em>E-mail:</em> <a href=""></a></p> SciEng Publishing Group en-US Advanced Journal of Science and Engineering 2717-0705 Wedge Angle Confirmation in Computer Controlled Wedge Field <p>Wedge is a beam amending devices that causes an advanced decrease in the intensity across the beam resulting in a tilt of the isodose curves from their normal positions. The use of a computer-controlled wedge system is an important segment of radiotherapy and increases the uniformity of dose in the target volume. The aim of this study is to verify the virtual wedge angles from the machine setup angles in Siemens’ ONCOR Linear accelerator (Linac) and compare it with published data of different linear accelerators as a function of beam energy and field sizes. This experiment was carried out on Siemens’ ONCOR impression linear accelerator. The doses at different depths were measured by using the CC13 ion chamber. During our work, the source to surface distance was kept 100 cm. The square field sizes on which we worked were 10, 15, and 20 cm<sup>2</sup>. The selected virtual wedge angles for our study are 15, 30, 45, and 60 degrees. This work was carried out for both photon energies 15 MV and 6 MV, tissue-equivalent water phantom IBA blue water phantom inside which all the observations were taken. The LDA99 detector for the virtual wedge profile was used. The wedge angle was calculated for the Siemen’s given formula. The variation in wedge angle from machine setup angle and published data as a function of beam energy and field sizes were analyzed. The variations increase with field size and wedge angle but decrease with beam energy. Variation is under 3% which is acceptable before treatment planning.</p> Nasir Ilyas Salman Farrukh Copyright (c) 2020 Advanced Journal of Science and Engineering 2020-10-22 2020-10-22 1 4 113 117 10.22034/AJSE2014113 Heat Driven Spin Currents in DNA Chains <p>Recent discoveries of phenomena involving the interaction of heat currents and spin currents have originated a vigorous field of spintronics, known as spincaloritronics. Meanwhile, creating the spin current via the applying the temperature gradient attracts much attention among the scientists. By using spin polarization, the spintronic phenomenon able to store and process the information, so transporting information is interested. On the other hand, widely known for storage of genetic information in biology, DNA has also been recognized as a useful building material, in the field of nanotechnology. Here, we study the spin-selectivity properties of DNA chains by assuming the Peyrard-Bishop-Holstein model. The temperature gradient applied using the temperature difference between two ends of chain via the Nose-Hoover thermostat. We suppose the generation of net spin currents by heat driving. The effect of external magnetic and electrical fields simultaneously with temperature gradient is studied. The obtained results show the appropriate range of affected factors for creating the spin current. Thus, one can design a most efficient device for spin transport.</p> Sohrab Behnia Fatemeh Nemati Samira Fathizadeh Mostafa Salimi Copyright (c) 2020 Advanced Journal of Science and Engineering 2020-10-22 2020-10-22 1 4 118 121 10.22034/AJSE2014118 A Review on Eco-Friendly Synthesis of BiVO4 Nanoparticle and its Eclectic Applications <p>The paper presents a review of green syntheses and selective applications of bismuth vanadate nanoparticles (BiVO<sub>4</sub> NPs). Generally, ample number of biomolecules exists in plant extracts and these are mainly accountable for the facile green synthesis of BiVO<sub>4</sub> NPs. Moreover, BiVO<sub>4</sub> NPs has been widely researched in chemistry, biotechnology, physics and biochemistry fields due to their interesting technological chemical, biological, ionic conductivity and ferro-elastic properties. It can also be used in diverse fields, such as sensors, photocatalysis, water splitting and antimicrobial activity. Till date, BiVO<sub>4</sub> NPs has been synthesized by various known physical and chemical approaches. The article mainly discusses the green synthesis of BiVO<sub>4</sub> NPs via plant extracts. Moreover, this article shows a detailed overview of the green synthesis, characterization and significant applications of BiVO<sub>4</sub> NPs.</p> Suresh Ghotekar Khanderao Pagar Shreyas Pansambal H.C. Ananda Murthy Rajeshwari Oza Copyright (c) 2020 Advanced Journal of Science and Engineering 2020-10-13 2020-10-13 1 4 106 112 10.22034/AJSE2014106