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  • Amarasinghe, DAS; Samarasekara, AMPB; Madhuwanthi, WADP; Dammage, DNS [Conference-Full-text]
    It is the common belief that, silver is one of the most effective and the least toxic inorganic antimicrobial agent. At minute concentrations, silver ions are nontoxic to human cells. In this study we investigate the ability ...
  • Rajapakse, N [Conference-Full-text]
    Various experimental techniques have been used to determine the mechanical properties at the nanoscale, namely, bending tests, nanoindentation tests, resonant excitation tests, etc. [1-3]. Bending of nanowires using an ...
  • Rupasinghe, M; Mendis, P; Gammampila, R; Ngo, T [Conference-Full-text]
    The construction industry is a major consumer of material and energy sources in the world. Among all the materials used in construction, concrete, which is the most widely used, can have a significant impact. Meanwhile, ...
  • Kumarasimnghe, AR; Gunasekara, S; Priyadarshana, G [Conference-Full-text]
    It has been forecast that there will be a severe impact on world economics and ecology in future by energy consumption/production that rely on the combustion of fossil fuels. Therefore more sustainable and more environmentally ...
  • Karunaratne, V; Kottegoda, N; De Alwis, AAP [Article-Abstract]
    As the world population marches towards the 9 billion mark by 2050, factors critical for the sustenance of the ecosystems will come under increasing stress. Having crossed the 7 billion figure in 2011, the 9 billion mark ...
  • Bolonne SRA [Thesis-Abstract]
    This research evaluates possibility of using a new hybrid system based on variable speed diesel generator (VSDG), Li-ion battery bank and supercapacitor bank (SC) for a rubber tire gantry crane (RTGC) used in container ...
  • Jayalath, MB [Thesis-Full-text]
    Objective of this study was to propose a set of national broadband strategies that suits to Sri Lankan context. Strategic planning process is used as the model to build up national broadband strategies. Initial step of the ...
  • Wanniarachchi, C [Thesis-Abstract]
    This project is aimed at establishing a National norm for the count variation of yarns produced in Sri Lankan mills. Owing to , ( a ) its simplicity (b) its ease of understanding by most mill personnel ( c ) the possibility ...
  • Induruwa, IP [Thesis-Abstract]
    Variation in' any chosen quality characteristic is an ever present phenomenon. Twist and Count variation in a yarn can have considerable effect on the appearance of the finished fabric, whether woven or knitted. The ...
  • De Mel, JH [Thesis-Abstract]
    Energy is of strategic value for the maintainance of life itself in settlements - both urban and rural. Presently, Sri Lanka is heavily rsT'.nt on Electricity, Petrol urn , and Woodfuel for the various acljvitiss requiring ...
  • De Mel, JH [Thesis-Abstract]
  • Unknown author [Thesis-Abstract]
    This report contains the main findings and conclusions of an action programme based on a research Lepartment of Town and Country Planning, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka, as a project exercise on National Planning for ...
  • McCartney, K [Conference-Abstract]
    This paper will outline the nature of a national guideline for quality assurance and standards in architectural education. It will also report on the application of the guidelines in testing the curriculum of the Bachelors ...
  • Slsomasundaram, S [Thesis-Abstract]
    Urban development in Sri Lanka has begun to draw tho attention of researchers, practitioners* and even the politicians, due to the inherent advantages it has provided by way of solutions to some of the most pressing ...
  • Hettiarachchi, M; Karunarathne, S; Dissanayake, K [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    Chromium is a highly soluble transition metal of vital industrial importance. It occurs in both trivalent and hexavalent forms. Due to many well identified adverse impacts of chromium to human health and natural ecosystems, ...
  • Anurangi, WAJ [Thesis-Abstract]
    In this research, oil pollution management using natural and waste materials as adsorbents was studied. Most of the oil based industries emit oily wastewater rich in heavy oil particles. Therefore, this study was mainly ...
  • Wanniarachchi, KCR; De Mel, WDM; Marasinghe, AGNS; Sinthusan, T; Vijitha, AVP [Conference-Full-text]
    Natural gas is finding its place at the heart of the energy discussion all over the world. It is being a cheap and relatively environmentally friendly alternative energy. The recent emergence of this discussion is due ...
  • Nadeesha KDR [Thesis-Abstract]
    Information plays a major role in our lives. It’s a key element in day to day life. We use databases to store a large amount of data and retrieve it efficiently in less amount of time. It also plays a major role in ...
  • Thuduwage, A; Muthumal, I; Premachandra, BAJK [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    The objective of this research was to extract the pigments of these waste flowers and use it to produce a natural paint that can be used for frescoes in religious locations as a community service project. The Soxhlet ...