Nandula D. Wanasekara
Nandula D. Wanasekara
Senior Lecturer, University of Moratuwa
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Current characterization methods for cellulose nanomaterials
EJ Foster, RJ Moon, UP Agarwal, MJ Bortner, J Bras, ...
Chemical Society Reviews 47 (8), 2609-2679, 2018
Deformation mechanisms in ionic liquid spun cellulose fibers
ND Wanasekara, A Michud, C Zhu, S Rahatekar, H Sixta, SJ Eichhorn
Polymer 99, 222-230, 2016
Orientation of cellulose nanocrystals in electrospun polymer fibres
ND Wanasekara, RPO Santos, C Douch, E Frollini, SJ Eichhorn
Journal of materials science 51 (1), 218-227, 2016
All-organic, stimuli-responsive polymer composites with electrospun fiber fillers
DA Stone, ND Wanasekara, DH Jones, NR Wheeler, E Wilusz, W Zukas, ...
ACS Macro Letters 1 (1), 80-83, 2012
Utilizing peptidic ordering in the design of hierarchical polyurethane/ureas
JC Johnson, ND Wanasekara, LSTJ Korley
Biomacromolecules 13 (5), 1279-1286, 2012
High modulus regenerated cellulose fibers spun from a low molecular weight microcrystalline cellulose solution
C Zhu, RM Richardson, KD Potter, AF Koutsomitopoulou, ...
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 4 (9), 4545-4553, 2016
Sub-micron scale mechanical properties of polypropylene fibers exposed to ultraviolet and thermal degradation
N Wanasekara, V Chalivendra, P Calvert
MEMS and Nanotechnology, Volume 2, 275-281, 2011
Superbase ionic liquids for effective cellulose processing from dissolution to carbonisation
O Kuzmina, J Bhardwaj, SR Vincent, ND Wanasekara, LM Kalossaka, ...
Green Chemistry 19 (24), 5949-5957, 2017
Regenerated cellulose and willow lignin blends as potential renewable precursors for carbon fibers
S Vincent, R Prado, O Kuzmina, K Potter, J Bhardwaj, ND Wanasekara, ...
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 6 (5), 5903-5910, 2018
Stimuli-responsive and mechanically-switchable electrospun composites
ND Wanasekara, DA Stone, GE Wnek, LSTJ Korley
Macromolecules 45 (22), 9092-9099, 2012
Towards truly wearable systems: Optimizing and scaling up wearable triboelectric nanogenerators
KRSD Gunawardhana, ND Wanasekara, RDIG Dharmasena
Iscience 23 (8), 101360, 2020
Role of surface roughness on wettability and coefficient of restitution in butterfly wings
ND Wanasekara, VB Chalivendra
Soft Matter 7 (2), 373-379, 2011
Influence of secondary structure and hydrogen-bonding arrangement on the mechanical properties of peptidic-polyurea hybrids
JC Johnson, ND Wanasekara, LSTJ Korley
Journal of Materials Chemistry B 2 (17), 2554-2561, 2014
Thermal properties of thermochromic asphalt binders by modulated differential scanning calorimetry
J Hu, N Wanasekara, X Yu
Transportation Research Record 2444 (1), 142-150, 2014
Three‐dimensional electrospun micropatterned cellulose acetate nanofiber surfaces with tunable wettability
M Kakunuri, ND Wanasekara, CS Sharma, M Khandelwal, SJ Eichhorn
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 134 (15), 2017
Tunable mechanics in electrospun composites via hierarchical organization
ND Wanasekara, LE Matolyak, LSTJ Korley
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 7 (41), 22970-22979, 2015
Effect of stiffness of micron/sub‐micron electrospun fibers in cell seeding
ND Wanasekara, S Ghosh, M Chen, VB Chalivendra, S Bhowmick
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A 103 (7), 2289-2299, 2015
Toward tunable and adaptable polymer nanocomposites
ND Wanasekara, LSTJ Korley
Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics 51 (7), 463-467, 2013
Injectable highly loaded cellulose nanocrystal fibers and composites
ND Wanasekara, SJ Eichhorn
ACS Macro Letters 6 (10), 1066-1070, 2017
Nano-mechanical studies on polyglactin sutures subjected to in vitro hydrolytic and enzymatic degradation
L Sun, N Wanasekara, V Chalivendra, P Calvert
Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 15 (1), 93-99, 2015
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