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Monthly Archives: December 2001

Case study: The application of TRIZ to economy class aircraft cabin design

27/12/2001 |

Case study: The application of TRIZ to economy class aircraft cabin design

School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath, BA2 7AY, United Kingdom Author: Sam Carter, Supervision: D.L.Mann@bath.ac.uk

This body of work … Read More

Global TRIZ: New Developments around the World

20/12/2001 |

By Ellen Domb editor@triz-journal.com

The first conference of the European TRIZ Association was held in Bath, in the UK, November 7-9, 2001. I participated in the conference, and regard it as a great success. The … Read More

ASIT Compared to Scamper for Devising New Products

17/12/2001 |

By Richard Kaplan, kaplan641@aol.com

Dr. Roni Horowitz very clearly points out benefits for using ASIT to devise ideas for new products in the November 2001 TRIZ-Journal. In this note I would like to show how the ASIT generalization and simplification … Read More

TRIZ-based Innovation Principles and a Process for Problem Solving in Business and Management

16/12/2001 |

TRIZ-based Innovation Principles and a Process for Problem Solving in Business and Management

This paper was first published in the proceedings of the European TRIZ Association, November 2001

Bruno Ruchti DIWINGS AG, Management Consultants CH-4603 Olten 3, Switzerland … Read More

System Operator Tutorial – 3) Another Dimension

15/12/2001 |

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

Introduction

In the last article we discussed some of the … Read More

Ideal System, Or Why the Question What? May Be More Important Than the Question How?

10/12/2001 |

Victor Fey, Eugene Rivin The TRIZ Group, LLC fey@trizgroup.com, rivin@trizgroup.com

When solving an engineering problem by the trial-and-error method, the starting point of the engineer’s thinking is usually the given … Read More