Browsing Master of Science in Textile & Clothing Management by Title

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  • Kumarasena, NWS; Kumarasena, NWS [Thesis-Abstract]
    Burdens to the environment with industrialization have extended to a greater extent than the assimilating capacity of it. The textile wet processing is a heavy consumer of water and energy. It also discharges environmentally ...
  • ; Amarasinghe, DAS [Thesis-Abstract]
    The patterns of competitive advantage and hence the structure of exports and imports depend on stage of economic development of a country. The relatively advance countries lose competitive advantages in product groups ...
  • Nawarathna, NS [Thesis-Abstract]
    Geotextiles are defined as 'permeable textile material used with foundation, soil, rock ,earth or any other Geo technical engineering related material, as an integral part of a man-made project, structure or system' where ...