Research Center

 

Research Publications of Staff Members

 

1 .Specification for Protective and Decorative Paints and Application, Arch PEDIA,
    Sri  Lanka Institute of Architect,1(34),2021

 2. How to developed agriculture in Sri Lanka, SFACS,2020

 3. How to develop UVA province, SFACS,2020

 4. Performance of roof and ceiling systems in tropical thermal
     environment, Project report, 2000

 5. An Analytical Study of the Development Pattern of Badulla
    Town with Special Reference to Architectural interesting
     Places, Project report, Faculty of Architecture, University
     of Moratuwa, 1998

 Archt. Sarath Fernando 

 6. Solid waste management in urban environment in Sri Lanka the case of Dehiwela
     - Moratuwa region,Project report, Department of management of technology,
      University of Moratuwa,2004

 

 Eng S.Ilangovan
 Dr. Sarath Dasanayake

 8. Youth go beyond, Finding new path ways for success,
     Sri Lanka of Textile & Apparel, Newsletter,4(11), 2016

 9. Digital hub, Sri Lanka of Textile & Apparel, Newsletter,(5)12,2018

 10. Education to employment, Sri Lanka of Textile & Apparel,
      Newsletter,(5),12,2018

 11. Womb to tomb, An anatomical view of Textile and Apparel sector,
      Sri Lanka of Textile & Apparel, Newsletter,(5),12, 2017

 12. Circular thinking ,value  added work force an asset to the nation,
      Sri Lanka of Textile & Apparel, Newsletter,(4),12, 2017

 13. Planning the future, Sri Lanka of Textile & Apparel
      Newsletter,(3),12, 2015

 Eng. S.Ilangovan 
 

 14. Dicovering Intelligence and Enhance Performance,
       Sri Lanka of Textile & Apparel Newsletter,(8- 9),12, 2016

 15. Going beyond Conventional Administration,
       Sri Lanka of Textile & Apparel Newsletter,(8- 9),12, 2018

 16. One belt one road, Sri Lanka of Textile & Apparel Newsletter,
       (6-7),12, 2017

 17. A study on impact of skills on performance of production
       supervisors : XYZ Apparel group, Project Report,
       The Institute of Personnel management , 2014

 18. Jurisprudence LWU 4321, Project report, Department of
       the Legal Studies, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences,
      The Open University of Sri Lanka, 2018

 19. Corporate social responsibility at MAS thurulie, Case study,
       University of Sri Jayewardenepura, 2011

 20. The relationship between performance and skills: A study
       of production supervisors of XYZ group in the apparel industry
       Sri Lanka, 1st Research symposium on Textile and
       Apparel Industry
, Sri Lanka Institute of Textile and Apparel, 2023

  K.A.M.Priyantha

 21. Training Needs analysts of Sri Lankan Government manufactory
       sector, Sri Lanka Institute of Textile & Apparel, 2018

 

 S.Ilangovan,
 
B.L.S.P.Nishantha,
 Dr. R. Abeysurira

 

 22. Competence & beyond guide providing a holistic
       understanding at human capital in the apparel and textile industry,
       2007

 S.Ilangovan

 B.L.S.P. Nishantha

 K.Jegathesan

 R.Abeywardhana

 23. Effect of leadership on employees performance in apparel
       manufacturing environment in ABC garments (PVT) Ltd,
       Project report, The Open University of Sri Lanka, 2017
 Rameeza Banu

 24. Effects of Statistical Process Control (SPC) Practices
       on Quality Performance of the Apparel Firms,
       07th International conference on management & finance,
       2012

 25. Lean Manufacturing as a Strategic Tool in Improving Quality
       Performance of Apparel Firms, Annual Research Sessions,
       Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce,
       University of Sri Jayawardanapura,2012

 W.M.S.K.Wijebahu             
 G. L. D.Wickramasinghe
 
 26. Feasibility study on the utilization of lotus fibres as a textile raw
       material, Project report, University of Moratuwa, 2012
  K. Jegatheesan
 27. The influence of bending rididity on drape coefficient of selected 
        light weight woven fabrics with seams, Project report,
        University of Morratuwa, 2013.
 R. A. D. W. S.
 Rupasinghe,
 N. Seran
 28. Classification of body mearsurement and sizing for children’s
        figure type, Project report, Ministry of industry and commerce,
        Sri Lanka of Textile &Apparel,2019
 R. A. D. W. S.
 Rupasinghe

 29. Labour Productivity in the Sri Lankan Apparel Industry,
      Annual Research congress, Postgraduate Institute of
      Humanities and Social Sciences (PGIHS)
      University of Peradeniya 2021

 30. Challenges faced by the Academic staff in the implementation of
       counselling programs in schools, Annual Research congress,
       Postgraduate Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences
       (PGIHS) University of Peradeniya ,2018

 31. New algorithm for sewing production line balancing,
      1st Research symposium on Textile and Apparel Industry
,
      Sri Lanka Institute of Textile and Apparel,2023

 Upashantha Rathnayaka

 32. Effect of physical, chemical and biological extraction methods
       on the physical behaviour of banana pseudo-stem fibres:
       Based on fibres extracted from five common Sri Lankan
       cultivars, Journal of Engineered Fibres and Fabrics, 2019

 33. Investigation of physical properties of banana fiber
        extracted from Ambun(AAA) cultivar,
         IEEE Xplore MERCon ,2019

 A.C.S.I. Mumthas
 G. L. D Wickramasinghe,
 U.S.W Gunasekera
 34. An effective method of evaluating colour differences in Sri Lankan
       school uniform white shirting material,
       1st Research symposium on Textile and Apparel Industry,
        Sri Lanka Institute of Textile and Apparel, 2023

  A.C.S.I. Mumthas

 

 35. Investigation on improving banana fiber fineness for textile
       application.Textile Research Journal , 89(21–22), 4398–4409. 2019

 36. Study on dyeing behavior of banana fiber with reactive dyes,
      Journal of Engineered Fibers and Fabrics, 14 (22).2019

  37. A novel approach for banana (Musa) Pseudo-stem fibre
       grading Method: Extracted fibres from Sri Lankan Banana
       Cultivars. Journal of Engineered Fibers and Fabrics, 15(2).
        2020

 38. Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Mechanically
       Extracted Banana (MUSA) Fibers from Top Ten Sri Lankan
       Cultivars. Journal of Natural Fibers, 1–14. 2020

 39. Investigation on mechanical and chemical properties
       of mechanically extracted banana fibre in pseudostem
       layers: From Sri Lankan banana (Musa) cultivation waste.
       Journal of Engineered Fibers and Fabric, 16(1–10). 2021

 40. Eco-Friendly softening for banana Fibers from Sri Lankan banana
       cultivar: Influence on physical and chemical Properties on banana
       Fibers. Journal of Natural Fibers, 1–13. 2021

 41. Influence of enzyme and chemical pre-treatment processes
       on the colours of banana fibres, IEEE Symposium on 5th
       International Multidisciplinary Engineering Research Conference
,
       2019

 Subashini Balakrishnan,
 G.L.D. Wickramasinghe,
 U.G.S. Wijayapala

 

 42. The effect of detergent on colour deterioration of
      white school uniform shirting materials   used in Sri Lanka,
      Research sessions, The Open University of Sri Lanka,
      Faculty of Engineering Technology, 2016

 43. A Study on the Influence of washing and hot pressing
      on the colour fastness of white School uniform material.
      Research sessions, The Open University of Sri Lanka,
      Faculty of Engineering Technology, 2015

Subashini Balakrishnan

 M.E.R.Perera

 44. Extraction of natural dyes from Basella alba
      (Sri Lankan green spinach) for Silk fabric:
       Mordant- free dyeing techniques towards resource Efficiency,
      1st Research symposium on Textile and Apparel Industry,
      Sri Lanka Institute of Textile and Apparel, 2023
  Subashini Balakrishnan
 45. Study on Influence of Cloth Cover factor on the Color Measurements
       of Dyed 100% Cotton woven Plain Fabrics,
      1st Research symposium on Textile and Apparel Industry,
      Sri Lanka Institute of Textile and Apparel, 2023
  Dhanushka Jayalath
 46. Getting important socioeconomic benefits from supplying factory –
       made Uniform as compared to simply supplying uniforms fabric,
      1st Research symposium on Textile and Apparel Industry,
      Sri Lanka Institute of Textile and Apparel, 2023
  Nirosh Rajapaksha
 47. Productivity enhancement through workplace design techniques
       in Sri Lankan apparel industry,
       1st Research symposium on Textile and Apparel Industry,
       Sri Lanka Institute of Textile and Apparel, 2023
  M.H.M Hasrin
 48. Hand Drawing Exercises for Beginners in the Pattern Industry:
       How to Develop Garment Pattern Drawing Skills?
       1st Research symposium on Textile and Apparel Industry,
      
Sri Lanka Institute of Textile and Apparel, 2023
  H.T.M.D. Dinesha
 49. Effectiveness of three different powders to successfully remove
       A tea stain off a polyester cotton blend School uniform frock,
      1st Research symposium on Textile and Apparel Industry,
       Sri Lanka Institute of Textile and Apparel, 2023
  P.D. Maduwanthi
 50. Influence of E-Service quality on E—Trust leading to E-Loyalty within
       online banking sector, University of Kelaniya, 2017
  R.N.D.Siriwardhana

 

 

The Research Centre shall be placed under the purview of Director General and manage by an In-Charge of the Centre. Its administrative and financial control will be effected by the Board of Governors. Mr. Nirosh Rajapakse is In-Charge of the Centre and Ms. B. Subhashini is an Assistant In-Charge of the Centre.

The main purpose is to promote Academics in involve in advancing scholarly activity through collaborative research, research training and research dissemination or creative endeavors.

 

Objectives

  • Create a Conducive Research Culture
  • positioning the Sri Lanka Textile and Apparel Institute as a locally and globally recognized institution
  • providing the necessary creative contribution to the textile and apparel industries