MSRI

Material Science Research India (MSRI) Journal is a open access, peer reviewed international journal, devoted to experimental and theoretical research into the synthesis, structure, properties and applications of materials.     Read more

Frequency : Six monthly, June & December

ISSN: 0973-3469     Online ISSN: 2394-0565


Aims and Scope  Editorial Board

Recent Articles

Mechanical Properties of Abaca Fiber Reinforced Urea Formaldehyde Composites

Abhishek S. Suvarna1, Akash Katagi1, Jackson Pasanna1, Sunil Kumar1, Basavaraju Bennehalli*2, Pramod V. Badyankal2, Suresh K. Vasudeva2

Introduction Conventionally, in aerospace, automotive and packaging industries, synthetic fiber reinforced composites are widely used because of their greater strength and stiffness. But synthetic fibers are expensive and not ecofriendly. So, of late biofibers are replacing synthetic fibers which are extensively used as reinforcements in composites and these materials are gaining popularity as potential structural materials because they are abundantly ... Read More »

Synthesis of Polyaniline-Graphite Nano-Composites

M. A. Gadyal*1, K. S. Venkatesh2

Introduction Materials science studies the fundamental physical and chemical basis for the controlled combination of atoms to form new compounds, phases, and micro structures, as well as the characterization of the resulting structures and their properties. One of the more important groups of materials in our lives today is composite material. The man made composite materials, that are a three-dimensional ... Read More »

Review on Piezoelectric Materials as Thin Films with their Applications

Ajay Palshikar*1, N. N. Sharma1

Introduction Piezoelectric materials have been largely used in transducers since the last century [1]. Moreover, many piezoelectric materials have been synthesized by blending two compounds in appropriate proportions to tailor the properties of the so formed materials to suit the application [1]. After the discovery of naturally occurring piezoelectric materials, perovskite structured piezo-ceramics have been synthesized with far better piezoelectric ... Read More »