Dr. L.  Ammayappan

Dr. L. Ammayappan

Senior Scientist
National Institute of Research on Jute and Allied Fibre Technology, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Chemical Processing of Woolen Products from Anna University, India

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Biography

Dr. L. Ammayappan is working as Senior Scientist at Chemical and Biochemical Processing Division, National Institute of Research on Jute and Allied Fibre Technology, West Bengal, India. He completed his PhD in 2008 in Chemical Processing of Woolen Products from Anna University-Chennai, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India. He also received degree in P.G.D.C.A. (Computer Application) in 2000. He contributed in 20 book chapters and 56 research articles as author/co-author and published them in national and international peer reviewed journals. He also served as peer reviewer for the journals includes Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Carbohydrate Polymer, Natural Resource and Technology, Agricultural Review, Textile Research Journal, Journal of Industrial Textiles and Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research. He is life member of ISSGPU, Textile Association, India, The Indian Science Congress Association and The Indian Natural Fibre Society, NIRJAFT, Kolkata, India.

Area of Interest:

Chemistry
100%
Chemical Processes
62%
Chemical Compound
90%
Natural Products
75%
Industrial Chemistry
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Pan, N.C., K.K. Samantha, L. Ammayappan and A. Khan, 2017. Aroma finishing of textiles. Man Made Text. India, 60: 93-95.
  2. Lakshmanan, A. and S. Chakraborty, 2017. Coating of silver nanoparticles on jute fibre by in situ synthesis. Cellulose, 24: 1563-1577.
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  3. Jose, S., H.G. Prabu and L. Ammayappan, 2017. Eco-friendly dyeing of silk and cotton textiles using combination of three natural colorants. J. Nat. Fibers, 14: 40-49.
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  4. Lakshmanan, A., S. Jose and S. Chakraborty, 2016. Luxury Hair Fibers for Fashion Industry. In: Sustainable Fibres for Fashion Industry, Volume 1, Muthu, S.S. and M.A. Gardetti (Ed.). Springer, Singapore., ISBN: 978-981-10-0520-6, pp: 1-38.
  5. Lakshmanan, A., R.K. Ghosh, S. Dasgupta, S. Chakraborty and P.K. Ganguly, 2016. Optimization of alkali treatment condition on jute fabric for the development of rigid biocomposite. J. Ind. Text., (In Press). 10.1177/1528083716667259.
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  6. Lakshmanan, A., J.S. Lee, J.M. Jeyaraj and A.S. Kochadai, 2016. Comparison of biopolymer finishing with functional finishing on wool fibre. Indian J. Fibre Text. Res., 40: 447-452.
  7. Jose, S., R. Salim and L. Ammayappan, 2016. An overview on production, properties, and value addition of Pineapple Leaf Fibers (PALF). J. Nat. Fibers, 13: 362-373.
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  8. Chakraborty, S., F. Haque, S. Batabyal, L. Ammayappan and N.C. Pan, 2016. Effect of silver nanoparticle application on properties of jute based textiles by exhaustion method: Part 1-Antimicrobial properties. Indian J. Nat. Fibres, 3: 37-44.
  9. Ammyappan, L., S. Debnath and S. Sengupta, 2016. Effect of softness finishing on performance properties of jute blended fabric. Indian J. Nat. Fibres, 2: 25-33.
  10. Ammyappan, L., L.K. Nayak, D.P. Ray, K. Patra and P.K. Ganguly, 2016. Development of quality jute fibre boards to meet BIS standard. Indian J. Nat. Fibres, 2: 47-53.
  11. Ammayappan, L., S. Jose, S. Chakraborty and N.C. Pan, 2016. Conductive polymer based technical textiles from polyaniline. Asian Dyer, 13: 65-70.
  12. Ammayappan, L., S. Jose and A.A. Raj, 2016. Sustainable Production Processes in Textile Dyeing. In: Green Fashion, Volume 1, Muthu, S.S. and M.A. Gardetti (Eds.). Springer, Singapore, ISBN: 978-981-10-0109-3, pp: 185-216.
  13. Ammayappan, L., S. Das, R. Guruprasad, D.P. Ray and P.K. Ganguly, 2016. Effect of lac treatment on mechanical properties of jute fabric/polyester resin based biocomposite. Indian J. Fibre Text. Res., 41: 312-317.
  14. Ammayappan, L. and D.B.B. Shakyawar, 2016. Dyeing of carpet woolen yarn using natural dye from cochineal. J. Nat. Fibers, 13: 42-53.
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  15. Mondal, D., D.P. Ray, L. Ammayappan, R.K. Ghosh, P. Banerjee and D. Chakraborty, 2015. Pre-treatment processes of jute fibre for preparation of biocomposites. Int. J. Bioresour. Sci., 2: 7-14.
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  16. Das, S., L. Ammayappan, L.K. Nayak and U. Sen, 2015. Decision support system for jute diversified product. Int. Res. J. Eng. Technol., 2: 615-619.
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  17. Ammayappan, L., S. Debnath, D.P. Ray, R.K. Ghosh and S. Dasgupta et al., 2015. Optimisation of sodium hydroxide treatment for improved reinforcement with unsaturated polyester resin. Indian J. Nat. Fibers, 2: 233-244.
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  18. Ammayappan, L., J.J. Moses and K.A. Senthil, 2015. Handle properties of wool/cotton union fabric finished with different finishing chemicals. Indian J. Nat. Fibres, 2: 7-19.
  19. Ammayappan, L. and S. Jose, 2015. Functional Aspects, Ecotesting and Environmental Impact of Natural Dyes. In: Handbook of Sustainable Apparel Production, Muthu, S.S. (Ed.). CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL., USA., ISBN-13: 9781482299397, pp: 333-350.
  20. Ammayappan, L., L.K. Nayak, D.P. Ray and S. Chakraborty, 2014. Nanotechnology intervention on wool fibre for value addition. Asian Dyer, 11: 29-33.
  21. Ammayappan, L., 2014. Finishing of Angora rabbit fibers. Am. J. Mater. Eng. Technol., 2: 20-25.
  22. Karim, S.A., N.P. Gupta, D.B. Shakyawar and L. Ammayappan, 2013. Wool Fibre: Production, Properties and Processing. In: Handbook of Animal Husbandry, ICAR (Eds.). 4th Rev. Edn., Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi, ISBN-13: 9788171640867, pp: 1163-1218.
  23. Ammayappan, L., S. Jose and S. Chakraborty, 2013. Colouration of textiles by natural dyes. Asian Dyer, 10: 30-34.
  24. Ammayappan, L., L.K. Nayak, D.P. Ray, S. Das and A.K. Roy, 2013. Functional finishing of jute textiles-an overview in India. J. Nat. Fibers, 10: 390-413.
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  25. Ammayappan, L., L.K. Nayak and D.P. Ray, 2013. Value Addition of Jute Textiles: Present Status and Future Perspectives. In: Diversification of the Jute and Allied Fiber: Some Recent Developments, Satapathy, K.K. and P.K. Ganguly (Eds.). NIRJAFT, Kolkata, India, pp: 203-224.
  26. Ammayappan, L., 2013. Eco-friendly surface modifications of wool fiber for its improved functionality: An overview. Asian J. Textile, 3: 15-28.
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  27. Ammayappan, L., 2013. Application of enzyme on woolen products for its value addition: An overview. J. Text. Apparel Manage., 8: 1-12.
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  28. Ammayappan, L. and S. Chakraborty, 2013. Natural colourants and their applications-An overview. Man Made Text. India, 56: 427-430.
  29. Ray, D.P., S.K. Bhaduri, L.K. Nayak, L. Ammayappan, K. Manna and K. Das, 2012. Utilization and value addition of banana fibre-A review. Agric. Rev., 33: 46-53.
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  30. Nayak, L.K., L. Ammayappan and D.P. Ray, 2012. Conversion of jute caddies (jute mill waste) into value added products: A review. Asian J. Text., 2: 1-5.
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  31. Nayak, L.K., L. Ammayappan and D.P. Ray, 2012. Chemical treatments of jute stick for industrial application-A review. J. Indian Chem. Soc., 89: 1723-1727.
  32. Ammayappan, L., L.K. Nayak, D.P. Ray and G. Basu, 2012. Role of quality attributes of Indian wool in performance of woolen product: Present status and Future perspectives-A review. Agric. Rev., 33: 37-45.
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  33. Ammayappan, L., L.K. Nayak, D.P. Ray and B. Basu, 2012. Plasma treatment on textiles. Asian Dyer, 8: 34-40.
  34. Vigneshwaran, N., L. Ammayappan and Q. Huang, 2011. Effect of gum arabic on distribution behavior of nanocellulose fillers in starch film. Applied Nanosci., 1: 137-142.
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  35. Shakyawar, D.B., A.S.M. Raja, N.P. Gupta and L. Ammayappan, 2011. Development of magra wool-nylon blended hand knotted carpets. Indian J. Small Ruminants, 17: 207-209.
  36. Raja, A.S.M., L. Ammayappan, D.B. Shakyawar and N.P. Gupta, 2011. Production and performance of angora rabbit hair- Bharat merino wool blended shawls. Indian J. Small Ruminants, 17: 79-82.
  37. Nayak, L.K., H. Pandey, L. Ammayappan and D.P. Ray, 2011. Genetically modified crops-a review. Agric. Rev., 32: 112-119.
  38. Nayak, L.K., D. Nag, S. Das, D.P. Ray and L. Ammayappan, 2011. Utilization of sisal fibre (Agave sisalana L.) a review. Agric. Rev., 32: 150-152.
  39. Ammayappan, L., J.J. Moses, K.A. Senthil, A.S.M. Raja and L.K.C. Jimmy, 2011. Performance properties of multi-functional finishes on the enzyme-pretreated wool/cotton blend fabrics Text. Color. Finish., 23: 1-10.
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  40. Ammayappan, L., D.B. Shakyawar, D. Krofa, P.K. Pareek and G. Basu, 2011. Value addition of Pashmina products: Present status and future perspectives-a review. Agric. Rev., 32: 91-101.
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  41. Ammayappan, L., D.B. Shakyawar and N.P. Gupta, 2011. Optimization of dyeing condition for wool/cotton union fabric with direct dye using box-behnken design. Fibres Polym., 12: 957-962.
  42. Ammayappan, L. and N.P. Gupta, 2011. A study on the effect of enzymatic pretreatment on physio-chemical and mechanical properties of woolen yarn. Man-made Text. India, 54: 244-248.
  43. Ammayappan, L. and J.J. Moses, 2011. Study on improvement in handle properties of wool/cotton union fabric by enzyme treatment and subsequent polysiloxane-based combination finishing. Asian J. Textile, 1: 1-13.
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  44. Ammayappan, L., K.A. Senthil and J.J. Moses, 2010. Effect of pretreatments on comfort, dyeing and pilling properties of two-layer knitted fabrics. Asian Dyer, 7: 25-27.
  45. Ammayappan, L. and J.J. Moses, 2010. Study on physical and handle properties of wool/cotton union fabric treated with enzymes and different pre-polymer finishing chemicals. Curr. Chem. Res., 1: 19-25.
  46. Ammayappan, L., J.J. Moses and K. Pitchai, 2009. Processing and performance properties of union fabric produced from Angora rabbit hair: Viscose rayon blend yarn. Asian Dyers, 6: 55-59.
  47. Ammayappan, L., 2009. Quality Improvement of Woollen Products Through Chemical Finishing Techniques. In: Wool Technology, Karim, S.A., D.B. Shakyawar and A. Joshi (Eds.)., Agrotech Publishing Academy, Udaipur, India, pp: 349-363.
  48. Ammayappan, L., 2009. Innovative Technologies for Dyeing of Woollen Products. In: Wool Technology, Karim, S.A., D.B. Shakyawar and A. Joshi (Eds.). Agrotech Publishing Academy, Udaipur, India, pp: 323-335.
  49. Ammayappan, L., 2009. Application of Natural Colours on Woollen Materials. In: Wool Technology, Karim, S.A., D.B. Shakyawar and A. Joshi (Eds.). Agrotech Publishing Academy, Udaipur, India, pp: 336-348.
  50. Ammayappan, L. and J.J. Moses, 2009. Study of antimicrobial activity of aloevera, chitosan, and curcumin on cotton, wool, and rabbit hair. Fibers Polym., 10: 161-166.
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  51. Ammayappan, L. and J.J. Moses, 2009. An overview on application of cyclodextrins in textile product enhancement. J. Text. Assoc., 70: 9-18.
  52. Moses, J.J. and L. Ammayappan, 2008. Effect of silicone and urethane finishing treatment on performance properties of enzyme treated wool/cotton union fabric. J. Text. Associ., 69: 68-74.
  53. Gupta, N.P., D.B. Shakyawar and L. Ammayappan, 2008. Wool Fibre: Production and Properties. ICAR Handbook, New Delhi, India..
  54. Ammayappan, L. and J.J. Moses, 2007. Tanning in textiles. Asian Dyers, 4: 52-56.
  55. Ammayappan, L. and J.J. Moses, 2007. Functional finishes for woolen textiles. Indian Text. J., 118: 25-32.
  56. Ammayappan, L. and J.J. Moses, 2007. A comparative study between Angora rabbit hair and Bharat Merino wool. Manmade Text. India, 50: 220-222.
  57. Moses, J.J. and L. Ammayappan, 2006. Textiles from angora rabbit hair. Colourage, 103: 53-58.
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  58. Moses, J.J. and L. Ammayappan, 2006. Growth of textile industry and their issues on environment with reference to wool sector. Asian Dyers, 3: 61-68.
  59. Ammayappan, L., J.J. Moses and V. Shunmugam, 2006. An overview on production of nonwoven fabric from woolen materials. Inst. Eng. Text. Eng., 87: 9-14.
  60. Ammayappan, L. and J.J. Moses, 2006. Study of the characteristics of angora rabbit hair in comparison with medium and fine wool fibers. Nat. J. Technol., 2: 50-62.
  61. Ammayappan, L. and J.J. Moses, 2005. Luxury fibers. Indian Text. Rev., 31: 27-37.
  62. Ammayappan, L., G. Venkatesh and N. Sekar, 2004. Effect of different variables of after treatment on fastness properties direct dyed sample- Basic dye topping. Text. Trends, 11: 47-49.
  63. Ammayappan, L., G. Kumar and D. Krishnan, 2004. A study on fastness properties of a natural dye extracted from pseudo stem of Musa paradisiaca on silk fabrics. Man-made Text. India, 47: 218-220.
  64. Ammayappan, L., A. Sankarmohan and R. Suresh, 2004. Application of CI mordant black 11 on silk and nylon fabrics and its fastness properties. Man-made Text. India, 47: 177-181.
  65. Ammayappan, L., P. Lakshmanankanth and V. Rathinam, 2003. Study on back tanning on dyed silk fabrics. Man-made Text. India, 46: 306-310.
  66. Ammayappan, L., G. Muthukrishnan and P.C. Saravana, 2003. A single stage preparatory process for woven cotton fabric and its optimization. Man-made Text. India, 46: 29-35.
  67. Venkidusamy, P., L. Ammayappan, P.A. Subramanian, K.R. Karthikauraja and S. Muthumani, 2002. A single stage process of dyeing polyester/cotton blends with disperse dyes. Man-made Text. India, 45: 65-67.
  68. Venkidusamy, P., L. Ammayappan and G. Pandiyaraj, 2002. Dyeing of jute with disperse dye using PVA as dispersing agent. Man Made Text. India, 45: 287-289.
  69. Venkidusamy, P. and L. Ammayappan, 2002. Effect of back tanning on basic dyed silk fabrics. Man-made Text. India, 45: 252-256.
  70. Ammayappan, L., A. Dharmarajan and R. Krishnamoorthy, 2002. Dyeing of silk fabric with CI acid red 1 in presence of a redox system. Man-made Text. India, 45: 426-431.
  71. Ammayappan, L. and P. Suresh, 2002. Studies on simultaneous dyeing-finishing of cotton fabric with acid-dye-DMDHEU resin combination. Colourage, 45: 21-24.
  72. Muralidharan, B., L. Ammayappan and J. Ethiraj, 1999. Dyeing of nylon-6 using ethylene glycol/hydrogen peroxide redox system. Text. Ind. Trade J., 12: 65-71.
  73. Muralidharan, B. and L. Ammayappan, 1997. Dyeing of nylon-6 with sandolan yellow E-2G involving redox system. Man-made Text. India, 40: 331-336.