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    • Environmentally conscious fashion through responsible coloration techniques applied to sustainable fabrics : colouring outside the lines 

      Ellams, Dawn (Heriot-Watt University Textiles and Design, 2017-10)
      Colour for fashion and textiles is an immediately obvious aesthetic concern, both for designer and consumer. The environmental consequences in the creation and application of colour and the implications of the processes ...
    • On the structure of multi-thread boucle yarn 

      Alshukur, Malek (Heriot-Watt University Textiles and Design, 2017-02)
      This research had two dimensions. The first one was theoretical and the geometry of doubled fancy yarn, including bouclé yarn, was modelled mathematically. As a result, the length of the effect component that is necessary ...
    • Psychotextiles and their interaction with the human brain 

      Chen, Meixuan (Heriot-Watt University Textiles and Design, 2016-11)
      This work crosses the boundaries between design and technology, and it focuses on pattern design, its relationship with neuroscience and how new SMART products can be developed from this interaction. What we see in our ...
    • Experimental and numerical studies of thermoregulating textiles incorporated with phase change materials 

      Iqbal, Kashif (Heriot-Watt University Textiles and Design, 2016-05)
      Phase change materials (PCMs) provide thermal management solution to textiles for the protection of wearer from extreme weather conditions. PCMs are the substances which can store or release a large amount of energy in the ...
    • Model checking web applications 

      Alzahrani, Mohammed Yahya (Heriot-Watt University Mathematical and Computer Sciences, 2015-12)
      The modelling of web-based applications can assist in capturing and understanding their behaviour. The development of such applications requires the use of sound methodologies to ensure that the intended and actual ...