Tie Design using Electrical Conductive Fabrics

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Forough Azaditehrani
Loghman Karimi
Salar Zohoori


One of the clothing requirements, especially for men, is the tie that was initially used by the ancient Iranians. The designing of ties without an Iranian design on them, despite the fact that they are originated out of Eastern traditions, is one of weaknesses of fabric and clothes design. One of the new methods to create designs on textiles is the use of new technology; in this research light was used for tie design. Due to the replica tie designs on the market, this study attempts to use original Iranian designs, through conductive fabrics, to produce light and to create a new design. This study uses graphene oxide for the production of conductive fabrics. Finally, the tie design by passing electric current through the tie has been simulated and a set of tie designs are provided. 


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Azaditehrani, F., Karimi, L., & Zohoori, S. (2017). Tie Design using Electrical Conductive Fabrics. International Journal of Applied Arts Studies (IJAPAS), 2(2). Retrieved from http://www.ijapas.ir/index.php/ijapas/article/view/134
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Forough Azaditehrani, Islamic Azad University, Yazd Branch

Department of Design and Coloring

Loghman Karimi, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran

Young Researchers of Elites Club

Salar Zohoori, Islamic Azad University, Yazd Branch

Department of Textile Engineering


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