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Monthly Archives: March 1997

TRIZ in Nature – Lichen as a Bisystem

15/03/1997 |

Lichen (group Lichenes) is an example of bisystem and alternative system design in nature. The “initial system” is an alga which can synthesize organic matter (plus), but cannot obtain water in dry places (minus). A fungus we can consider as … Read More

Florida Atlantic University: Introduction to Inventive Problem Solving in Engineering EGN5040

14/03/1997 |

Professor D. Raviv, Department of Electrical Engineering Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL 33434 USA ravivd@acc.fau.edu

1. Description Common problem solving methods will be briefly discussed, followed by an introduction to TRIZ (Russian acronyms for Systematic Inventive Thinking). Introduction … Read More

USE OF THE THEORY OF INVENTIVE PROBLEM SOLVING (TRIZ) IN DESIGN CURRICULUM

12/03/1997 |

published in Innovations in Engineering Education, 1996 ABET Annual Meeting Proceedings, pp.161-164.

Eugene I. Rivin, Professor of Mechanical Engineering Wayne State University, Detroit, MI 48202 Victor R. Fey, The TRIZ Group, Southfield, MI 48076 TRIZGR@aol.com Abstract

The paper describes use … Read More

March 1997 Special Issue TRIZ in Universities

11/03/1997 |

Two special articles describe the curricula at Florida Atlantic University and at Wayne State University. We also know that TRIZ is included in courses in engineering departments in the US at the University of Michigan, University of Connecticut, and the … Read More