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Monthly Archives: January 2006

STUDENTS CORNER #1 – From air bubbles to Nobel Prize!

28/01/2006 |

Dr. Abram Teplitskiy STUDENTS CORNER #1 From air bubbles to Nobel Prize!

We’ll start our first STUDENT Corner in TRIZ Journal with discussing air balloons and air bubbles. We are sure that all students have experience in this area while … Read More

Directed Variation® – Piston Ring CASE

23/01/2006 |

By: Simon Dewulf

Directed Variation® Piston Ring CASE Simon Dewulf Managing Director CREAX www.creax.com with Bernard Lahousse and Vincent Theeten, Innovation Engineers at CREAX

Introduction to directed variation

X the product, the process or service, the system, thing or article … Read More

How To Deal With Cost-Related Issues In TRIZ

20/01/2006 |

By: Ellen Domb, Ph.D. PQR Group and Editor, The TRIZ Journal ellendomb@compuserve.com

Abstract People learning TRIZ frequently have difficulty with the issue of cost, since cost reduction is a pervasive theme throughout industry, yet many techniques of TRIZ do not … Read More

The Logistic Innovation Approach and The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving

13/01/2006 |

By: Odair Farias

ABSTRACT This paper proposes some strategic ways to logistic innovation through the Russian methodology – “Rechénia Izobretatelskih Zadátchi Theory – Triz” (Theory of Inventive Problem Solving). Assets related to logistic evolution and its definitions, as the … Read More

Su-Field: An Educational Example of Inventive Problem Solving in Electrical Engineering

13/01/2006 |

By: Antonio Cesar Lettieri, Takashi Yoneyama

Su-Field: An Educational Example of Inventive Problem Solving in Electrical Engineering Antonio Cesar Lettieri lettieri@directnet.com.br Empresa Brasileira de Aeronáutica – EMBRAER S. A. – Brazil. Takashi Yoneyama takashi@ele.ita.br Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica – ITA … Read More

TRIZ and Software – 40 Principle Analogies, a sequel

12/01/2006 |

By: Rob van den Tillaart

Introduction Some years ago there were two publications by Kevin C. Rea about the use of TRIZ in Computer Science and Information Technology called “TRIZ and Software – 40 Principle Analogies, Part I and II”. … Read More

The Application of TRIZ to Technology Forecasting – A Case Study: Brassiere Strap Technology

10/01/2006 |

By: Kim Lovel, Chad Seastrunk, Timothy Clapp, Ina Parker

Abstract Companies must continually develop new products or improve upon existing ideas in order to keep up with competitive markets. One tool to stimulate creative product development is TRIZ (Theory of … Read More

TRIZ and Avoiding Responsibility and Blame

10/01/2006 |

By: Graham Rawlinson

There are many uses for TRIZ, and one is to minimise or Ideally avoid all harmful effects. Being held responsible for something is a good and a bad thing (spot possible Contradiction?) so it seems likely that … Read More

On Innovation Timing

08/01/2006 |

By: Darrell Mann

Systematic Innovation Ltd, UK E-mail: darrell.mann@systematic-innovation.com

Abstract This paper considers the complex issue of innovation timing. Building on an extensive programme of research and application evidence, the paper outlines the key factors that affect and ultimately … Read More

Theory of Inventive Problem Solving Applied To Business Process Management Projects (BPM-TRIZ)

04/01/2006 |

By: Marcelo Fabricio Prim, Luis Gonzaga Trabasso

Marcelo Fabricio Prim EMBRAER / ITA – Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 2.170, São José dos Campos – SP, Brazil marceloprim@yahoo.com

Luis Gonzaga Trabasso ITA – Pça Mal. Eduardo Gomes, 50, São José dos … Read More

Hierarchical TRIZ Algorithms–Step G. What Causes the Problem?

02/01/2006 |

By: Larry Ball

Hierarchical TRIZ Algorithms is a how-to TRIZ book. It is designed to assist both beginning and advanced users. Each month, the TRIZ-Journal will publish another chapter of the book. Next month’s installation will cover the seventh process … Read More