Fernando PM. Physics and Music. Nugegoda: Sarasavi Publishers; Forthcoming.Abstract
Importance of Physics to Music ....
Fernando PM. අඩ අඳුරට කොයි ගෑනිත් සුරංගනා (කෙටිකතා). Nugegoda: Sarasavi Publishers; Forthcoming.Abstract
Sinhala Short Story book with Ten Short Stories....
Fernando PM. Nano-technology. 1st ed. Nugegoda: Sarasavi Publishers; 2018 pp. 142.Abstract
A brief introduction of Nanotechnology with Practical Applications !
Science and Technology for day to day life
Fernando PM. Science and Technology for day to day life. First. Nugegoda: Sarasavi Publishers; 2017 pp. 118. Publisher's Version
Quantum Physics in Simple Terms
Fernando PM. Quantum Physics in Simple Terms. 1st ed. Nugegoda: Sarasavi Publishers; 2016 pp. 105. Publisher's Version
Everything about Earphones
Fernando PM. Everything about Earphones. 1st ed. Nugegoda: Sarasavi Publishers; 2015 pp. 132. Publisher's Version
Relativity in Simple Terms
Fernando PM. Relativity in Simple Terms. 3rd ed. Nugegoda: Sarasavi Publishers; 2013 pp. 152. Publisher's Version
FERNANDO MMPM, TANTRIGODA DA. Sediment Thickness Map of the Indian Region 79oE - 86oE, 2oS - 8oS Based on Satellite Gravity Interpretation. Journal of Geological Society of India [Internet]. 2013;82(04):430-434. Publisher's VersionAbstract
Satellite free air gravity anomalies over the Indian ocean region 79°E–86°E, 2°S–8°S were obtained from the website and a contour map was compiled. Five profiles of the anomaly have been interpreted in terms of two-dimensional structures in the ocean. Thickness of sediments lying on the oceanic crust determined from the interpretation of gravity profiles were used to compile an isopach map of the region 79°E–86°E, 2°S–8°S. This map in combination with one of the isopach maps compiled by previous workers, provides information regarding the thickness of sediments up to 6° S. According to this map sediment thickness varies from ∼600 m over the middle part of the region to ∼800 m further south, indicating that thinning of sediments in the middle part of the region is only localized. Information provided by this gravity study may be useful in planning detailed seismological studies to delimit the outer edge of the continental margin of Sri Lanka, defined according to the United Nations Convention of the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).
Fernando PM. විමලප්‍රභා (2006), විදසන (2006), අභිස්තව (2006), නැණවිමල (2007), ධර්මරාජ (2007) , චරණ (2008) , මාගධී (2008), ශ්‍රද්ධාඤ්ජලි (2009), චර. In: ; 2006.Abstract
“සාපේක්ෂතාවාදය සහ බුදුදහම”, විමලප්‍රභා, ධර්ම ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2006 මැයි), 59-62 සහ විදසන නදසර උවසර ලිපි සරණිය (2006 ජූනි), 101-107 “විද්‍යාව සහ බුදුදහම”, අභිස්තව ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2006 අගෝස්තු), 122-128 “විද්‍යාත්මක චින්තනය තුලින් අනිත්‍ය”, නැණවිමල ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2007), 383-395 “සැබෑ දැනුම තුලින් බුදුදහම සහ විද්‍යාව අවබෝධ කරගනිමු”, ධර්මරාජ ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2007 ජූනි), 210-214 “බුදුදහම සහ සාපේක්ෂතාවාදය”, චරණ ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2008 ජුලි), 161–169 “දැනුම, සාපේක්ෂතාවාදය සහ බුදුදහම”, මාගධී ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2008 දෙසැම්බර්),196-205 “වර්තමාන තරුණ පරපුර විසින් සොයා යා යුතු විමලරත්න කුමාරගම”, ශ්‍රද්ධාඤ්ජලි ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2009 මැයි), 100-113 “නව්‍ය නිර්මාණ කරණයේ තරු ලකුණ රත්න ශ්‍රී”, චරණ ශාස්ත්‍රීය සංග්‍රහය (2009), 263–273 “බුදුදහම විද්‍යාව ඉක්මවා යයි”, නමස්කාර, යෞවනයේ සඟරාව (2011 මාර්තු), 20-22
FERNANDO MMPM, TANTRIGODA DA. Determination of foot of the continental shelf of Sri Lanka. Vidyodaya Journal of Science [Internet]. 2005;12:65-70. Publisher's VersionAbstract
Foot of the continental slope of Sri Lanka has been determined using satellite bathymetry information downloaded from NOAA database ( employing the second derivative method. Foot of the continental slope of Sri Lanka is situated at an average distance of about 47 km. Its maximum and minimum distances from the zero height contour are 127 km. and 16 km. Almost 70% of the foot of continental slope occurs in the depth range of 2600 -3800 m.
FERNANDO MMPM, TANTRIGODA DA. Interpretation of gravity anomalies over the Afanasy-Nikiten sea mount in the central Indian Ocean, in International symposium and training workshop on sediment fans of the Indian Ocean and implication for marine policy in the 21st century. BMICH; 2001.