Journal of Polymer Science and Engineering


2578-1855 (Online)

Journal Abbreviation: 

J. Polym. Sci. Eng.

Journal of Polymer Science and Engineering (JPSE) is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the rapid publication of fundamental research papers in all areas concerning polymerization techniques and recent advances of plastic engineering. 


  • JPSE solicits research articles covering a broad spectrum of ideas and concepts in polymer science, polymer engineering, and polymer technologies including those on biomaterials, polymer blends, energy conversion and storage, biodegradable polymers and green materials and green technologies. Polymer science and engineering is a strongly interdisciplinary field and papers published by the journal may span areas such as polymer physics, polymer processing and engineering of polymer-based materials and their applications. The editors and the publisher are committed to high quality standards and rapid handling of the peer review and publication processes. The journal is also relevant to areas such as, implantable devices, drug delivery systems, bio-nanotechnology and tissue engineering.
  • It accepts original research papers, comprehensive review articles, short communications, etc., for publication. We welcome scholars who are farsighted in this field and those who are interested in deepening the field of JPSE to submit papers


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Journal of Polymer Science and Engineering

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Vol 7, No 2 (2024)

Table of Contents

Open Access
Article ID: 6518
by Feven Mattews Michael, Mohan Raj Krishnan, Edreese Housni Alsharaeh
J. Polym. Sci. Eng. 2024 , 7(2);    60 Views
Abstract This review comprehensively summarizes various preparatory methods of polymeric bone scaffolds using conventional and modern advanced methods. Compilations of the various fabrication techniques, specific composition, and the corresponding properties obtained under clearly identified conditions are presented in the commercial formulations of bone scaffolds in current orthopedic use. The gaps and unresolved questions in the existing database, efforts that should be made to address these issues, and research directions are also covered. Polymers are unique synthetic materials primarily used for bone and scaffold applications. Bone scaffolds based on acrylic polymers have been widely used in orthopedic surgery for years. Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) is especially known for its widespread applications in bone repair and dental fields. In addition, the PMMA polymers are suitable for carrying antibiotics and for their sustainable release at the site of infection.
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Open Access
Article ID: 6086
by Hüseyin Fırat Kayiran
J. Polym. Sci. Eng. 2024 , 7(2);    0 Views
Abstract In this paper, the characteristic behavior of the disc consisting of thermoplastic composite CF/PA6 material was considered. Analysis was made by taking into account the usage areas of the materials and referring to certain temperatures between 30 ℃ and 150 ℃ temperatures. Composite materials are lightweight, they show high strength. For these reasons, they are preferred in technology, especially in the aircraft and aerospace industry. With this study, the radial and tangential stresses determined within a certain temperature The temperatures were determined and compared with previous studies in the literature. According to the results obtained, it is believed that the thermoplastic composites CF/PA6 disc design can be used in engineering.
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Open Access
Article ID: 4220
by Simon Ejededawe Igberaese
J. Polym. Sci. Eng. 2024 , 7(2);    178 Views
Abstract Liquid Metal Battery (LMB) technology is a new research area born from a different economic and political climate that has the ability to address the deficiencies of a society where electrical energy storage alternative are lacking. The United States government has begun to fund scholarly research work at its top industrial and national laboratories. This was to develop liquid metal battery cells for energy storage solutions. This research was encouraged during the Cold War battle for scientific superiority. Intensive research then drifted towards high energy rechargeable batteries, which work better for automobiles and other applications. Intensive research has been carried out on the development of electrochemical rechargeable all-liquid energy storage batteries. The recent request for green energy transfer and storage for various applications, ranging from small-scale to large-scale power storage, has increased energy storage advancements and explorations. The criteria of high energy density, low cost, and extensive energy storage provision have been met through lithium-ion batteries, sodium-ion batteries, and Liquid Metal Battery development. The objective of this research is to establish that liquid metal battery technology could provide research concepts that give projections of the probable electrode metals that could be harnessed for LMB development. Thus, at the end of this research, it was discovered that the parameter estimation of the Li//Cd-Sb combination is most viable for LMB production when compared with Li//Cd-Bi, Li-Bi, and Li-Cd constituents. This unique constituent of the LMB parameter estimation would yield a better outcome for LMB development.
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Notice: JPSE changed to be a semi-annual journal

Starting from 2024, the publication frequency of Journal of Polymer Science and Engineering (JPSE) is semi-annual. All articles that have been accepted will be online in time without delay. We welcome high-quality submissions in all disciplines of traditional fields of polymer chemistry, physics and engineering involving polymers, but also within interdisciplinary developing fields, such as functional and specialty polymers, biomaterials, polymers and drug delivery, polymers in electronic applications, composites, conducting polymers, liquid crystalline materials, the interphases between polymers and ceramics, and new fabrication techniques.


Editorial Office of Journal of Polymer Science and Engineering (JPSE)

Posted: 2024-03-26

Notice: New layout style in 2024

Journal of Polymer Science and Engineering will adopt a new layout style starting from Volume 7, Issue 1, 2024. Contributors should follow the new author guidelines and download the new template for preparing manuscripts.

Another important change is that Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license ( will be applied to new publications.

Journal of Polymer Science and Engineering welcomes high-quality submissions from researchers from all over the world.

Posted: 2024-01-05

Notice: 2023 Volume 6 Issue 1 available online

We are pleased to inform all our readers that Volume 6 Issue 1 is now available online (click here for its full content).

2023 is a key turning year for Journal of Polymer Science and Engineering (JPSE). During this year, we have renewed our editorial board members, formed a new managing team, and further raised the standard of journal operations. Judging from the year's publication, these changes have had a positive effect. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all the scholars who have been involved in the publication of this journal. We would also like to thank all the authors who have placed their trust in us to publish their excellent research in the journal.

We are confident that this issue of the journal will provide readers with cutting-edge information. We look forward to readers downloading and reading it.

Posted: 2024-01-03
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