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Monthly Archives: October 1999

TRIZ and Pedagogy

25/10/1999 |

Boris Zlotin and Alla Zusman July, 1991 Kishinev, Moldova © 1999 Ideation International Inc.

Functions of Pedagogy

Pedagogy (from the Greek paidagogike) is the science of educating people.

A basic consequence … Read More

Report of A Personal Trip to TRIZ Mother Countries (Russia & Belarus, Aug. 1999)

23/10/1999 |

Report of A Personal Trip to TRIZ Mother Countries (Russia & Belarus, Aug. 1999) Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin Univ.) Aug. 23, 1999 (rev. Sept. 4, 1999) [Photos inserted: Sept. 20, 1999]

I have just returned from a personal trip … Read More

TRIZ Within the Context of The Kano Model or Adding the Third Dimension to Quality

23/10/1999 |

Steve Ungvari, SPI, Inc. 810-220-8440


The purpose of this paper is to link the evolution of quality with the emerging body of knowledge contained in the TRIZ methodology. Understanding how TRIZ integrates with quality will arm the reader … Read More

Solving the Problems of Particle Filled Fibers TRIZ Methodology

19/10/1999 |

Stan Batchelor North Carolina State University May 3,1999 TE 589A

Dr. Tim Clapp Professor, NCSU Dr. Michael Slocum Adjunct Assistant Professor, NCSU


Presented are the TRIZ methodologies and results … Read More

Case Studies In TRIZ: Child Safety Stairgate

14/10/1999 |

The ‘Child Safety Stairgate’ by Ann and John Hirst won the national Dyson Product Innovation Award in the UK in February 1999.

Darrell Mann Industrial Fellow, Department Of Mechanical Engineering University Of Bath, Bath, BA2 7AY, UK Phone: … Read More

Development of Conceptual Design for Brake Shoes of a Bicycle by Using TRIZ

10/10/1999 |

Chung-Ping Chiang and Ching-Huan Tseng Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Chiao Tung University Hsinchu 30056, Taiwan, R. O. C. E-mail: TEL: 886-3-5726111 EXT. 55155 FAX: 886-3-5717243

* Graduate Student ** Professor


The Anticipatory Failure Determination Fact Sheet

01/10/1999 |

Steve Ungvari, SPI, Inc.


While product failures have always been a problem, it seems that with the complexity of today’s engineered systems, the number and the severity of these incidences both in terms of human suffering and … Read More