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Monthly Archives: June 2003

Book Review: How To Invent (Almost) Anything

25/06/2003 |

By: Joe A. Miller

Title: How To Invent (Almost) Anything (ISBN 1-904298 87 7) Price £49.95 310 pages; Publisher: Spiro Press, London, England Authors: David Straker and Graham Rawlinson

How To Invent (Almost) Anything is a book that teaches us … Read More

SARS and 40 Principles For Eliminating Technical Contradictions: Creative Singapore

21/06/2003 |

By: Iouri Belski, Len Kaplan, Vladimir Shapiro, Leonid Vaner, Wong Peng Wai

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Introduction The position that the Russian Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ) occupies, among other creativity tools, has concerned the western world since the … Read More

TRIZ and Case Study About Bus Seats

20/06/2003 |

By Ali Sen, Korhan Arun

By Ali SEN Professor of Science of Statistics at Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Dokuz Eylül University, Turkey AND Korhan ARUN TQM MS Student at Dokuz Eylül University

The countries, which are … Read More

Application Area of Thinking Tool or Problem Solving Tool

18/06/2003 |

By: Takahara Toshio

0 . Preface Different kinds of problems require different thinking tools and different problem solving tools, operating on the object of the process. The extension of TRIZ to non-technical problems makes the identification of the type … Read More

Develop New Kind Of Plough By Using TRIZ And Robust Design

16/06/2003 |

By: Zhao Xinjun School of Mechanical Engineering and Automation Northeastern University, P.R.China

Abstract The main part of plough is the share, it digs into the soil, separates the surface soil from the bed soil and then moldboard turns it … Read More

Functional thinking in production process environment

10/06/2003 |

By: Ives De Saeger P41 Industrial Services Varendrieskouter 133, 9031 Drongen Belgium

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1.1 abstract Using only functional thinking, one of the tools within TRIZ (the theory of inventive problem solving) the workplace can be redesigned … Read More

Conference Minutes, 3rd European TRIZ Conference 2003 at ETH Zuerich

05/06/2003 |

By: Carsten Gundlach, Horst Nähler und Rolf Herb

3rd European TRIZ Conference 2003 at ETH Zuerich authors Carsten Gundlach, Horst Nähler und Rolf Herb As a cooperation of the European TRIZ-Center for Innovative Problem Solving1, the ETH Zuerich and the … Read More

Reangularity, Semangularity, and Ideality

02/06/2003 |

By: Michael Slocum, Catherine Lundberg, Katrina Walter

Abstract: The calculation and use of Ideality to drive the evolution of a technological system can be a subjective process. The identification and definition as an element as useful or harmful can be … Read More