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RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED

2013 – 2014
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  1. Ammayappan L., Nayak L.K., Ray D.P. and Chakraborty S., Nanotechnology intervention on wool fibre for value addition, Asian Dyer, Vol. 11, No.1, 2014, 29-33.
  2. Ammayappan L., and Chakraborty S., Natural Colourants and their applications – An overview, Man Made Textiles in India, Vol. 56, No. 12, 2013, 427-430.
  3. Ammayappan L., Nayak L.K., Ray D.P., Das S. and Roy A.K. Functional finishing of jute textiles-an overview in India, Journal of Natural Fibres, Vol. 10, No. 4, 2013, 390-413.
  4. Ammayappan, L., Seiko Jose and Chakraborty S., Coloration of textiles by natural dyes, Asian Dyer, Vol. 10, No. 5, 2013, 30-34.
  5. Chattopadhyay S. N., Pan N. C., Roy A. K., Saxena S. and Khan A., Development of natural dyed jute fabric with improved colour yield and UV-Protection characteristics, The Journal of The Textile Institute (UK), Vol. 104, No. 8, 2013, 808-818.
  6. Das Sujai, Sambhu V.B., and Nayak L.K., Development of decision support system for jute grading, International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, Vol. 3, No. 8, 2013, 754-758.
  7. Debnath S., Sengupta Surajit & Ahirwar, K.L., Studies in the properties of jute and hollow polyester blended bulked yarns, in Hindi, Bharatiya Krishi Anusandhan Patrika, Vol. 28, No. 2, 2013, 88-93.
  8. Debnath S. and Madhusoothanan M., Studies on compression behaviour of polypropylene needle punched nonwoven fabrics under wet condition. Fibres and Polymers, Vol. 14, No. 5, 2014, 854-859.
  9. Dutta D., Gopal M., Ray D.P. and Rakshit A., Comparison of Nutrients in Transgenic and Non-transgenic Cabbage (Brassica oleracea. L.) for biosafety evaluation, International Journal of Agriculture, Environment and Biotechnology, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2013, 11-16.
  10. Mohan, N.H., Nayak, L.K., Tamuli, M.K. and Das, A. Pig hair fibre utilization in India: Present Status and Future Perspectives, Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, Vol. 84, No. 2, 2014, 99-102.
  11. Narayana H. M., Debnath Sanjoy, Mahapatra R. K., Nayak L. K., Baruah Samprity, Das Anubrata, Banik Santanu and Tamuli Madan K., Tensile properties of hair fibres obtained from different breeds of pigs, Biosystems Engineering, Vol. 119, 2014, 35-43.
  12. Nayak L. K., Ray D.P. and Shambhu V. B. Appropriate Technologies for Conversion of Jute Biomass into Energy. International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, Vol. 3, No. 3, 2013, 570-574.
  13. Pan N.C., Chattopadhyay S.N., Roy A.K., Khan A. & Patra K., Application of biotechnology in the coloration of jute fabric using dichlorotriazine type of reactive dyes, Man-made Textiles in India, Vol. XLI, No. 12, 2013, 431-434.
  14. Roy C., Ray D.P. and Ghosh K.K. Effect of Meteorological Parameters under Different Shade Tress Influencing the Yield of Tea (Camellia sinensis L. Kuntze), Economic Affairs, Vol.  58 No. 5, 2013, 517-525.
  15. Ray D.P., Nayak L.K., Ammayappan L., Shambhu V.B. and Nag D., Energy Conservation Drives for Efficient Extraction and Utilization of Banana Fibre, International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, Vol. 3, No. 8, 2013, 296-310
  16. Roy S., Sengupta A., & Sengupta S., Determination of diameter spectrogram and neps for yarn parametization using image processing, International Journal of electrical, electronics and computer engineering, Vol. 2, No. 2, 2013, 72-76.
  17. Satya P., Mitra S., Ray D.P., Mahapatra B.S., Karan M., Jana S., Sharma A.K., Rapid and inexpensive NaOH based direct PCR for amplification of nuclear and organelle DNA from ramie (Boehmeria nivea), a bast fibre crop containing complex polysaccharides, Industrial Crops and Products, Vol. 50, 2013, 532– 536.
  18. Sengupta S., Basu G., Chakraborty R., Thampi C. J., Stochastic analysis of major physical properties of coconut fibre. Indian Journal of Fibre Textile Research, Vol. 39, 2014, 14-23.
  19. Shambhu V.B., Bhattacharya T.K., Nayak L.K. and Das S. (2013). Studies on Characterization of raw Jatropha oil and its biodiesels with relevance of diesel. International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering; Vol. 3, No. 4, 2013, 48-54.
  20. Srivastava S., Ray D.P., Pandey S.K., Prasad K.M., Prasad M and Baboo B. Pure Lac Dye: A Potential Natural Food Additive, International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, Vol. 3, No. 7, 2013, 589-594.

 

 

2012 – 2013
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  1. Chattopadhyay, S.N., Pan, N.C., Roy, A.K. & Khan, A. (2012). Dyeing of jute fabric with natural dye extracted from manjistha, International Dyer (UK), 197(6): 34-40.
  2. Das, S. and nayak, L.K. (2012). Expert System for agriculture extension. Indian Journal of automation and artificial Intelligence. 1(2): 62-64.
  3. Debnath, S and Madhusoothanan, M. (2012). Compression behaviour o fjute-polypropylene blende needle-punched nonwoven under wet condition. Journal of the Textile Institute. 103(6): 583-594
  4. Debnath, S. and Madhusoothanan, M. (2012). Compression creep behaviour of polyester needle-punched nonwoven fabric. Journal of Textile Institute. April 18, 2012. DOI: 10.1080/ 00405000.2012.680696.
  5. Debnath, S. and Madhusoothanan, M. (2012). Studies on compression properties of polyester needle-punched nonwoven fabrics under dry and wet conditions. Journal of Textile Institute.4: 292-308.
  6. Debnath, S. and Madhusoothanan, M. (2012). Compression creep behaviour of jute-polypropylene blended needle-punched nonwoven. Journal of Textile Institute. 82(20): 2097-2108.
  7. Nayak, L.K., Ammayappan, L., and Ray, D.P. (2012). Chemical treatments of jute stick for industrial application- A review. Journal of Indian Chemical Society. 89(12): 1723-1727.
  8. Nayak, L.K., Ray D.P. and Shambhu, V.B. (2013). Appropriate technologies for conversion of jute biomass into energy. International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering. 3(3): 570-574.
  9. Pan, N.C., Chattopadhyay, S.N., Roy, A.K., Khan, A. & patra, K. (2013). Application of biotechnology in the coloration of jute fabric using vinyl sulphone type of reactive dyes, Journal of Textile Science & Engineering, 3(1).
  10. Ray D.P., Ammayappan, L., Nayak, L.K., et.al. (2012). Sustainable rural livelihood through utilization and value addition of banana fibre. Journal of Interacademicia. 16(3): 792-800.
  11. Roy, A.K., & Chattopadhyay, S.N. (2012). Jute and alternative raw material to packaging paper, IPPTA Journal, 24(3), 121-124.
  12. Roy, G. and Saha, S.C. (2013). Electronic Fineness Tester of jute and allied fibres. Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile Research. 38: 106-108.
  13. Sengupta, S. and Debnath, S. (2012). Studies on Jute-based ternary blended yarn. Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile Research. 37(3): 217-223.
  14. Sengupta, S. and Sengupta, A. (2013). Electrical resistance of jute needle punched nonwoven fabric effect of punch density, needle penetration and area density and area density. Journal of The Textile Institute. 104(2): 132-139.

 

 

2011 – 2012
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  1. Ammayappan, L, Nayak, L K, Ray, D P & Basu, B. Plasma treatment on textiles, Asian Dyer, 2012, 8(6): 34, p.37
  2. Basu, G, Roy, A N, Satapathy, K K, Abbas, J, Mishra, L & Chakraborty, R. Potentiality for value-added textile use of Indian Sisal, Industrial Crops Products, 2012, 36, p.33
  3. Banik, S, Nag, D & Debnath, S. Utilization of pineapple leaf agro-waste for extraction of fibre and the residual biomass for vermicomposting, Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile Research, 2011, 36, p.172
  4. Das, S & Nayak, L K. Development of an information system for jute, International Journal of Information & Computing Sciences, 2011, 14 (2), p.49
  5. Nayak, L K, Mojumder, P & Bhaduri, S K. FTIR, XRD and SEM studies on Sugar Palm (Borassus flabellifer L.) seed fibre, Journal of Indian Chemical Society, 2011, 88, p.583
  6. Nayak, L K, Roy, A K & Das, S. Some characteristics of jute caddis with reference to briquetting and gasification, Journal of Indian Chemical Society, 2011, 88, p.599
  7. Nayak, L K & Majumder, A K. Evaluation of Jute-fibre based wetted pads in Evaporative cooling operations, Journal of Indian Chemical Society, 2011, 88, p.1619
  8. Pan, N C, Chattopadhyay, S N, Roy, A K, Patra, K & Khan, A. Application of Biotechnology in the Colouration of Jute Fabric, International Dyer (UK), 2011, 196(9), p.13
  9. Pan, N C, Chattopadhyay, S N & Roy, A K. Application of biotechnology in jute processing, New Cloth Market Journal, 2011, 25(9), p.37
  10. Roy, A K & Chattopadhyay, S N. Environment Friendly Pulping of Jute, IPPTA Journal, 2011, 23(2), p.197
  11. Sengupta, S. Electrical resistance of jute fabric, Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile Research, 2012, 37, p.55
     

2010 – 2011
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  1. Basu, G, Roy, A N, Sanyal, P, Mishra, L, Chakraborty, R, Abbas, J, Ghosh, A K, Sinha, K, Sen, M & N, Basu. Design, manufacturing and application of natural-synthetic composite geotextiles for protection of river bank, Indian Science Cruiser, 2010, 24(3), p.33
  2. Bhaduri, S K, Debnath, S & Satapathy, K K. Technologies for quality improvement and diversification of jute, Indian Farming, 2010, 3, p.43
  3. Chattopadhyay, S N, Pan, N C &  Roy, A K. Bleaching and dyeing of jute at room temperature, New Cloth Market Journal, 2010, 24(2), p.32
  4. Chattopadhyay, S N, Pan, N C &  Roy, A K. Application of natural dye on jute : An overview, New Cloth Market Journal, 2010, 24(10), p.50
  5. Chattopadhyay, S N, Pan, N C, Roy, A K & Khan, A. Finishing of jute fabric for value added products, Journal of Natural Fibres (Poland), 2010, 7(3), p.155
  6. Das, P K, Nag, D, Debnath, S & Nayak, L K. Machinery for extraction and traditional spinning of Plant fibres: Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 2010, 9(2), p.386
  7. Debnath, S and Madhusoothanan, M. Thermal resistance behavior of polyester needle punch nonwoven, Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India), 2011, 19(2), p.27
  8. Ghosh, S K & Nag, D. Mechanical pulping for manufacture of handmade paper from date-palm leaves (Phoenix dactylifera L.), Journal of Indian Chemical Society, 2010, June, p.87
  9. Ghosh, S K, Sengupta, S & Naskar, M. Physio-mechanical properties of particle boards from agro-wastes, Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 2010, 69(5), p.396
  10. Nag, D, Debnath, S, Ganguly P K & Ghosh, S K. Efficient management of soil moisture by jute geotextile for cultivation of horticultural crops in red lateritic zone, Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India), 2010, 91, p. 21
  11. Naskar, M, Sengupta, S & Ghosh, A. A new computerized instrument (TexLAD) for analyzing linear and areal density of textiles, Journal of The Institution of Engineers, 2011, 91, p.3
  12. Pan, N C, Chattopadhyay, S N, Roy, A K, Patra, K & Khan, A. Preparation of full bleached jute fabric by enzyme application, Man-made Textiles in India, 2010, 38(8), p.288
  13. Pan, N C, Chattopadhyay, S N, Roy, A K, Patra, K & Khan, A. Bioscouring of jute fabric : a step towards bioprocessing, Melliand (Chinese Edition), 2010, 7, p.31
  14. Roy, A, N & Basu, G. Improvement of a traditional knowledge by development of jacquard shedding-based handloom for weaving ornamental jute fabric, Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 2010, 9(3), p.585
  15. Roy, G & Saha S C. Development of digital moisture meter for jute fibre and its products, Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile Research, 2011, 36, p.178
  16. Sengupta, S. Sound reduction by needle-punched nonwoven fabric, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, 2010, 35(3), p.237
  17. Sengupta, S & Debnath, S. A novel approach for jute industry to produce fancy blended yarn for upholstery, Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research, 2010, 69, p.961
  18. Sengupta, S. Modeling on sound transmission loss of jute needle punched nonwoven fabrics using central composite rotatable experimental design, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, 2010, 35(4), p.293
     

2009 – 2010
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  1. Basu, G, Roy, A N, Bhattacharyya, S K & Ghosh, S K. Construction of unpaved rural road using jute–synthetic blended woven geotextile – A case study, Geotextiles and Geomembranes, 2009, 27, p.506
  2. Bhaduri, S K, Saha, S C & Mojumdar, P. Grading of Ramie fibre, Journal of The Textile Association, 2009, p.93
  3. Bhaduri, S K, Debnath, S & Satapathy, K K. Development of Technologies for quality improvement and diversification of jute, Indian Farming,  2010, 59(12), p.43
  4. Chattopadhyay, S N, Pan, N C, Roy, A K & Khan, A. Colouration of jute fabric using sulphur  dyes, International Dyer (UK), 2009, 194(4), p.35
  5. Debnath, S, & Madhusoothanan, M. Compression Properties of Polyester Needle-punched Fabric, Journal of Engineered Fibres and Fabrics, 2009, 4(4), p.14
  6. Debnath, S, & Madhusoothanan, M. Water Absorbency of Jute-polypropylene Blended Needle-punched Nonwoven, Journal of Industrial Textiles, 2010, 39(3), p.215
  7. Debnath, S, Ganguly, P K, De, S S & Nag, D. Control of Soil Moisture and Temperature by Light Weight Jute Fabrics, Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India), 2010, 90(2), p.16
  8. Debnath, S & Madhusoothanan, M. Thermal insulation, compression and air permeability of polyester needle-punched nonwoven, Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile Research, 2010, 35(1), p.38
  9. Ganguly, P. K. Composite laminates from jute caddis - an industrial waste, Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 2009, 68, p.560
  10. Ghosh, I N  & Pan, N C. Application of resins and gums from natural sources for making handmade paper from jute residues, IPPTA Journal, 2009, 21(2), p.147
  11. Ghosh, S K & Nag, D. Chemical free hand made paper from date-palm (Phoenix dactylifera-L) leaves, IPPTA Journal, 2009, 21(2), p.95
  12. Ghosh, S K, Nag, D & Nayak, L K. Composite particle boards from date-palm leaves – A viable substitute of wood/plywood products, Journal of Indian Chemical Society, 2009, 86, p.857
  13. Nayak, L K, Mojumder, P & Bhaduri, S K. Physical Characteristics of sugar palm (Borassus flabellifera L) seed fibre. Journal of the Textile Association, 2009, 70, p.183
  14. Pan, N C, Chattopadhyay, S N, Roy, A K, Patra, K & Khan, A. Bioscouring of jute fabric : a step towards bioprocessing, Melliand International (Germany), 2009, 15(3), p.100
  15. Roy, A K, Chattopadhyay, S N & Khan, A. Effect of accelerated ageing on cationic starch treated lime pulp of jute, IPPTA Journal, 2009, 21(2), p.65
  16. Roy A N. & Basu, G. Development of newer products with spun wrapped jute yarns, Indian Journal of Natural Product Resources, 2010, 1(1), p.11
  17. Roy, A N & Roy, P. Optimisation of Jute Needle Punched Nonwoven Fabric Properties:  Part I - Tensile Properties, Journal of Natural Fibres (Poland), 2009, 6(3), p.221
  18. Roy, A N & Roy, P. Optimisation of Jute Needle Punched Nonwoven Fabric Properties: Part II – Some Mechanical and Functional Properties, Journal of Natural Fibres (Poland), 2009, 6, p.303
  19. Sengupta S. Water absorbency of jute needle punched nonwoven fabric, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, 2009, 34(4), p.345