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Yearly Archives: 2000

Theory of Inventive Problem Solving Pedagogy in Engineering Education, Part II

December 19, 2000 |

First published in the proceedings of TRIZCON2000, May, 2000.

Timothy G. Clapp, Ph.D., P.E. Professor College of Textiles North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC 27695 (919) 515-6566 tclapp@tx.ncsu.edu

Michael S. Slocum, Ph.D.* Chief Scientist and Engineer … Read More

Making Knowledge Tangible

December 12, 2000 |

© CMC and DuVersity, September 2000

Anthony Blake Director of Studies, DuVersity, Charles Town, WV, USA

Darrell Mann Industrial Fellow, University of Bath, UK. ensdlm@bath.ac.uk

Introduction

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Creativity, the TAO and TRIZ

December 10, 2000 |

EDITORS NOTE: Although The TRIZ Journal does not endorse Tao as a religious belief system it does consider this particular paper to be an interesting perspective on the subject.

Andre de Zanger and Judith Morgan Creativity … Read More

Self-Sustaining Innovation: How To Keep Innovation Alive After The Consultant Leaves

December 4, 2000 |

By Charles W. Prather, Ph.D. cwprather@aol.com

Overview:

Leaders in Research & Development usually want consistently higher levels of innovative outcomes from their organizations than they normally experience. Attempts at “shotgunning” the problem may produce … Read More

Book Review: Engineering of Creativity: Introduction to TRIZ Methodology of Inventive Problem Solving

December 2, 2000 |

Ellen Domb

Title: Engineering of Creativity: Introduction to TRIZ Methodology of Inventive Problem Solving

Author: Semyon D. Savransky, TRIZ_SDS@hotmail.com

Publisher: CRC Press LLC

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A Personal View on Savranskys Book

December 1, 2000 |

This article is a supplement to: Book Review: Engineering of Creativity: Introduction to TRIZ Methodology of Inventive Problem Solving By: Ellen Domb

A Personal View on Savranskys Book

By Kalevi Rantanen TRIS OY Brahenk. 9 E 18 … Read More

The “Sabotage Model” or how to find the cause to difficult and mysterious problems: The case of Recovery Boiler compound tube corrosion

October 29, 2000 |

By: Pentti Soderlin

Pentti Soderlin, Management Consultant Helsinki, Finland pentti.soderlin@netlife.fi

Background The recovery boiler is a part of chemical pulping process where chemicals are recovered and the calorific value of waste, the black liquor, is used to produce steam for … Read More

Containment ring problem (Impeller burst) IWB Case study

October 28, 2000 |

By: Alla Zusman azusman@ideationtriz.com

Editor’s note: This paper shows the application of the Ideation Workbench Method to the case that was presented in the September 2000, issue of The TRIZ Journal. Innovation Situation Questionnaire

1. Brief description of the … Read More

TRIZ Journal October 2000 Issue PDF

October 25, 2000 |

1. Getting TRIZ Accepted in a Very Busy World By: Jack Hipple 2. On the History of Separation Principles By: Y. B. Karasik 3. Intuitive Design Method (IDM), A New Approach on Design Methods Integration By: Denis CAVALLUCCI, Philippe LUTZ … Read More

Enhancing Robust Design with the Aid of TRIZ and Axiomatic Design (Part I)

October 25, 2000 |

By: Matthew Hu, Kai Yang, Shin Taguchi

Matthew Hu Ford Motor Company POEE, MD 48 21500Oakwood Boulevard P.O. Box 2053 Dearborn, MI 48121 mhu7@ford.com

Kai Yang Wayne State University IME Department Wayne State University 4815 Fourth Street, Room 2151 … Read More

The Conceptual Design Of A Fast Clasping Mechanism Based On Function Means Tree And TRIZ

October 21, 2000 |

By: Tan Runhua (School of Mechanical Engineering, Hebei University of Technology, Tianjin, 300130, P.R.China)

Abstract: Based on the analysis of users’ requirements, the objective tree for a fast clasping mechanism is developed. S-field analysis in TRIZ is used to … Read More

On the History of Separation Principles

October 5, 2000 |

Y. B. Karasik e-mail: karasik@sympatico.ca

Introduction

As is known, the concept of physical contradictions is one of the cornerstones of TRIZ.

It is also well known that they are resolved with the help of so called “separation principles”. What … Read More

Intuitive Design Method (IDM), A New Approach on Design Methods Integration

October 4, 2000 |

Denis CAVALLUCCI denis.cavallucci@ensais.u-strasbg.fr Laboratoire de Recherche en Productique de Strasbourg 24, Boulevard de la Victoire 67084 STRASBOURG CEDEX FRANCE

Philippe LUTZ phillippe.lutz@ensais.u-strasbg.fr Laboratoire de Recherche en Productique de Strasbourg 24, Boulevard de la Victoire 67084 STRASBOURG CEDEX FRANCE

ABSTRACT When … Read More

Getting TRIZ Accepted in a Very Busy World

October 2, 2000 |

Jack Hipple Principal Innovation-TRIZ Tampa, FL 813-994-9999 jwhinnovator@earthlink.net www.innovation-triz.com

TRIZ and its many embodiments in various consulting and software programs is a powerful addition to set of problem solving tools available to engineers, human resource managers, organizational development … Read More

Investigating the use of TRIZ in Eco-innovation

September 22, 2000 |

By Elies Jones and David HarrisonBrunel University,Department of Design,Runnymede Campus,Egham, Surrey,TW20 0JZ, UK.elies.jones@brunel.ac.uk

This is an expanded version of the paper first published inthe TRIZCON2000 conference proceedings, the Altshuller Institute, May, 2000.

Investigating … Read More

Case Studies in TRIZ: A Novel Jet Engine Nose Cone

September 19, 2000 |

Darrell Mann Industrial Fellow, Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Bath Bath, BA2 7AY, UK Phone: +44 (1225) 826465 Fax: +44 (1225) 826928 E-mail: D.L.Mann@bath.ac.uk

Dr Caroline Baillie Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine … Read More

100+ Heuristics for Systems Transformations: A brief report of US Patent Fund Study

September 15, 2000 |

Tz-Chin Wei* Central Research Institute, Tatung Co. 22 Chungshan N. Rd., 3rd Sec., Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. peterwei@ms9.hinet.net

Marco A. de Carvalho, M.Sc.* CEFET-PR Av. Sete de Setembro 3165 – Curitiba – PR – Brazil marco@nupes.cefetpr.br

Compatiability Analysis and Case Studies of Axiomatic Design and TRIZ

September 10, 2000 |

This is part 2 of a 2-part article. Part 1 appeared in August, 2000. A Comparison of TRIZ and Axiomatic Design.

Kai Yang and Hongwei Zhang kyang@mie.eng.wayne.edu Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Wayne State University … Read More

Containment Ring Problem

September 4, 2000 |

by Vicki Roza

Introduction The variety of TRIZ tools available provides considerable flexibility in learning and utilizing TRIZ, but also creates confusion in the minds of new and potential TRIZ users.

What are the differences between the various tools? Which … Read More

TRIZ in Biology Teaching

September 3, 2000 |

Julian FV Vincent, Centre for Biomimetics, The University of Reading, UK j.f.v.vincent@reading.ac.uk Darrell Mann, Industrial Fellow, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Bath, Bath, BA2 7AY, UK, Phone: +44 (1225) 826465, Fax: +44 (1225) 826928 D.L.Mann@bath.ac.uk

Introduction

As an initial … Read More