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  • Jayawardhana, MKPR; Kumara, PKAM; Paranawithana, WDAI; Anjitha, T; Weerawarana, SM [Conference-Full-text]
    Through the past years, traditional telecom customer base has escalated with wide usage of mobiles. But the services and promotions offered by the service providers has been limited to a specific frame, without extracting ...
  • Wanasinghe, DD; Adikary, SU [Conference-Full-text]
    In this research clay deposits located in the Nachchaduwa area were investigated to identify suitable ceramic fabrication techniques and products. Deposits located in this area are known to be rich in Kaolinite and Montmorillonite ...
  • Sampath, BG; Wijesiri, NRAAR; Pitahawatte, JMLMGB; Dassanayake, VPC [Conference-Full-text]
    This paper presents the design, analysis and testing oj a control system Jor a quadrotor. The research is focused on the maneuverability oj the quadrotor hence the mechanical design was done together with the design of the ...
  • Adikari, AAMT; Munasinghe, RGNDS; Jayatileke, S [Conference-Full-text]
    Corrosion of metals makes a large impact on the economy of a ountry. Therefore, it is important to take remedial actions to prevent structures, machinery and vehicles from corrosion. Among the various types of corrosion ...
  • Muthugala, VV; Pathirana, NPDS; Nanayakkara, WHKP; Nanayakkara, NPDCD; Hemapala, KTMU [Conference-Abstract]
    This paper deals with the implementation of a single phase laboratory scale micro grid (MG) including a control system based on emulated energy resources and loads which permits the experimentation of various scenarios. ...
  • Priyadarshana, TGP; Wijethunge, HMDP; Jayasekara, BCCP; Amarasinghe, YWR [Conference-Full-text]
    This paper is focused on designing and optimization of a Micro Electro Mechanical System (MEMS) based piezoresistive type pressure sensor to enhance the sensitivity by optimally utilizing the maximum available Silicon wafer ...
  • Welgama, WPD; Gray, HA; Amarasinghe, YWR; Wijeyaratne, SM; Sugathapala, AGT [Conference-Full-text]
    The purpose of this research was to develop a clinically validated portable NPWT device with low power consumption features. A new NPWT device having dimension of 30 cm x20 em <licm (Length x Width x Hight) was clinically ...
  • Upendra, RAS; Kaluarrachchi, P; Weerasekara, KMRD; Ratnayake, VS [Conference-Full-text]
    The paper includes a methodology to calculate the fabric laying and cutting times for a cutting department of an apparel manufacturing company. The methodology was developed based on the data collected for woven trouser ...
  • Balasooriya, MC; Athukorala, DMA; Sanjaya, MGC; Mayura, S; Niles, SN; Abeysooriya, RP [Conference-Full-text]
    This study focuses on the development of a comprehensive fabric quality grading system for selected end uses. This system goes beyond currently existing methods by reflecting the suitability of a candidate fabric for a ...
  • Wijayapala, UGS; Dharmasena, DKAS; Bandara, DMN; Chathuranga, MAI; Rajapakshe, KS [Conference-Full-text]
    Scouring is one of the most important processes in fabric formation in the textile industry. The main function of scouring is the removal of hydrophobic impurities in fabrics made out of natural fibers. Normally scouring ...
  • Jayathilake, DSP; Herath, HMST; Wimalasooriya, RDDP; Karunarathne, SDJ; Weerawardhane, S [Conference-Full-text]
    The traditional knowledge based approach is not a feasible choice to be utilized in information retrieval in domains such as Geographic Information Systems (GIS), because accurate information of geographic data is ...
  • Herath, HMTC; Fernando, KNJ; Karannagoda, EL; Karunarathne, MWID; De Silva, NHN; Perera, AS [Conference-Full-text]
    Ever growing knowledge bases of enterprises present the demanding challenge of proper organization of information that would enable fast retrieval of related and intended information. Document repositories of enterprises consist ...
  • Karunaratne, PVM [Conference-Extended-Abstract]
    Dress is a non verbal communicative object and dressing is a part of cultural activity. One of the distinctive features of dress is that a group of people shares a particular patterns or styles of dress. The style of a ...
  • Senevirathne, SWMAI; Fernando, MARV [Conference-Full-text]
    This paper presents a literature review done on Cryogenic cooling, Liquid Nitrogen Cooling(LNC), and 'Chilled Air and Minimum Quantity Lubrication' (CAMQL) cooling methods used in machining operations, targeting to recognise ...
  • Munasinghe, PD; Wanniarachchi, T [Conference-Full-text]
    Contact Dermatitis (CD) is a skin disease which can make humans fearful of wearing certain fabrications. Formaldehyde and its compounds are the main causative agents and Nickel and Chromium also work as allergens for CD. ...
  • Dimithrie, PS; Dias, G [Conference-Full-text]
    In current travel planning systems, even for a relatively straightforward round-trip query, it is not uncommon to spend more than 30 seconds. If the results can be produced as quickly as possible it will res u I t in a ...
  • Wijayasiri, A; Sampath, C; Rathnayaka, N; Jayaweera, R; De Silva, C [Conference-Full-text]
    Digital videos and images have become a common thing in life. More and more sophisticated tools are becoming available for the general consumers. With the advancement of digital image processing and video processing technologies, ...
  • Kanaganayagam, I; Fernando, MSD [Conference-Abstract]
    E-learning introduced new ways of learning using computers and the Internet, and is rapidly evolving with the development of technology. Learners can actively participate and collaborate in a learning process using either ...
  • Balasooriya, BCSSA; Fernando, MSD [Conference-Abstract]
    Along with the improvement of computer technologies, there is a significant change in the threat landscape. Large scale attacks and digital criminal activities have exposed the Internet to serious security breaches, and ...