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  • Lankapura, WK [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    In Sri Lanka, firewood is regarded as a common conventional fuel, mainly in food preparation purposes. Essentially due to economically availability, firewood has still been using as the main source to lit fire in rural ...
  • Madhushani, RK; Udayakumara, SV; Dilhari, BA [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    The consumption of papers in various applications has been increased rapidly during the past decades. To produce one ton of paper; 12 trees, 540 000 liters of water, fuel consumption for transporting the trees are used ...
  • Geegamage, T; Ranaweera, HRA; Halwatura, RU [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    The 2019 Pulse of the fashion industry report discovers that the series of sustainability progress in the industry of fashion has slowed by third in the previous year and not moving fast to counter balance the misdeed ...
  • Polgolla, AMCK; Herath, HMDP; Wickramasinghe, MDA; Wijewardane, MA; Ranasinghe, RACP [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    Inside buildings, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems are utilized to provide a comfortable environment. However, they account for a significant percentage of overall total energy consumption: in the United ...
  • Madusanka, MHA; Sadanayake, S; Vithanage, M [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    In several regions of the dry zone of Sri Lanka, excessive quantities of fluoride (F-) in groundwater have affected the water quality significantly. Apart from the well-known prevalence of dental fluorosis, Chronic Kidney ...
  • Mohamed, JZ; Kuruppu, KABP [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    Clay brick is one of the most widely used conventional materials in the masonry construction throughout the world. Despite living in cement age, bricks still have a defined space in our societies. Clay bricks are good for ...
  • Hewavithana, RR; Ravihara, JPL; Wishwajith, KKS; Perera, ULS; Dasanayake, NP; Gamage, JR [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    The interest in using scaled models for dynamics testing of prototype vehicles is growing due to the high demand for autonomous driving. In the early design phases, vehicle testing is done using computer simulations. ...
  • Gunarathne, RT; Bandara, YM [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    Fruits and vegetables supply chain in Sri Lanka has always been a contemporary topic due to its significant value to the economy of the country. The existing fruits and vegetables supply chain is already suffering from ...
  • Dharmathilaka, SPIE; Devasurendra, SN; Chathuranga, PK; Kulasekera, AL; Jayaweera, ND [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    Fixturing is one of the key subprocesses used in many industries such as aerospace, automobile and marine engineering. Most existing fixturing systems use pin-type end effectors which apply concentrated loads (See Fig. 1. ...
  • Anparasy, S [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    Breast cancer is one of the most dangerous diseases in the world and almost two million new cases are diagnosed every year. It starts from the breasts tissue and then spreads to other parts of the body. Early detection of ...
  • Cooray, TMTM; Ariyaratne, MKA; Perera, MDR [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    With the expansion of the role of IT, organizations tend to maintain a support request system/ Issue Tracking System (ITS) to handle issues. ITSs are designed to streamline the process of customer support and keep a track ...
  • Ranthunga, RGSM; Wanigasekara, KV; Udayakumara, SV [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    In modern world, most of the countries tend to use the eco-friendly concept in many industries to minimize environmental pollution [1]. Synthetic dyes that are used in the textile industry offer more unfavourable and harmful ...
  • Ranaweera, N; Jayasinghe, A; Abenayake, C [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    Land fragmentation can define as the “situation where one area/unit is composed of a large number of parcels that are too small for their rational utilization” [5]. Land fragmentation affects sustainable development through ...
  • Herath, S; Cirak, H [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    A method for computational homogenisation of thin membranes is proposed to assist in the mechanical analysis of technical textiles. Conventional computational homogenisation schemes have a limited scope in analysing the ...
  • Manoharan, K; Dissanayake, P; Pathirana, C; Deegahawature, D; Silva, R [Conference-Abstract]
    Construction significantly influences a country’s economy. The labour efforts are the lifeblood of construction operations. The construction industry has been facing many challenges due to skill shortages in many countries. ...
  • Wimalaratne, PLI; Kulathunga, U; Gajendran, T [Conference-Abstract]
    Buildability deals with the optimal integration of construction expertise at various project stages to achieve the overall project goals. Incorporation of buildability improves the construction project performance in terms ...
  • Lakshan, N; Ramachandra, T; Madushika, UGD [Conference-Abstract]
    The waste heat recovery concept can be used as a solution to optimise energy consumption while reducing the waste heat in energy generation systems. However, its application in Sri Lankan hotels is still in the infancy ...
  • Rajapaksha, MRN; Sridarran, P; Rathnayake, RMDIM [Conference-Abstract]
    With the advent of technological advancements in the field of building maintenance, attempts have been taken to address the issues confronted by building maintenance technicians in the global context. Augmented Reality ...
  • Rathnasinghe, A; Sirimewan, D; Shandraseharan, A; Thurairajah, N; Thayaparan, M; Waidyasekara, KGAS [Conference-Abstract]
    The pressing human needs caused due to post-disaster effects may force donors to provide a roof above the heads of the displaced communities than focusing on fulfilling the references of a ‘home,’ which is a step toward ...
  • Ibrahim, AT; Fernando, NG [Conference-Abstract]
    Over the past three decades research on energy use in buildings has become significant due to increasing scientific and political pressure on issues concerning global warming and climate change. As part of the impact by ...

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