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Application of TRIZ to Technology Forecasting – Case Study: Yarn Spinning Technology

19/07/2000 |

Severine Gahide http://www4.ncsu.edu/~sgahide/cv.html

Under the Direction of:

Dr. Timothy G. Clapp Professor North Carolina State University tclapp@tx.ncsu.edu

Dr. Michael S. Slocum Adjunct Assistant Professor North Carolina State University mslocum@ontro.com

Abstract

Case Study: Application Of Ideation/TRIZ To A Technological Problem With Rapid Prototyping Equipment

14/11/1999 |

CASE STUDY ABSTRACT

Solving difficult problems is a complex activity that is governed by the search for knowledge. Problem solving is affected by a combination of the searching process and by the availability of the knowledge … Read More

Case Study: TRIZ Solves a Hard Drive Reliability Problem

14/11/1998 |

Zinovy Royzen, President TRIZ Consulting, Inc. 12013 C 12 Ave N.W., Seattle, Washington Tel: (206) 364-3116, E-mail:Zroyzen@aol.com Web site: http://members.aol.com/zroyzen/triz.html

This paper was presented at The Tenth Symposium on Quality Function Deployment, June 14-16, 1998, Novi, … Read More

QFD, TRIZ, and Entrepreneurial Intuition The DelCor Interactives International Case Study

05/09/1998 |

Ellen Domb, Ph.D. PQR Group, 190 N. Mountain Ave., Upland, CA 91786 USA +1(909)949-0857 FAX +1(909)949-2968 ellendomb@compuserve.com

David Corbin DelCor Interactives International, Inc. 1511-6 E. Valley Parkway, Escondido, CA 92027 USA 800 480 2949 FAX +1(760)480-0249 corb748@aol.com

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THE TRIZ APPROACH – Case Study: Creative Solutions to a Human Relations (HR) Problem

23/11/1997 |

by James F. Kowalick, President & Director The Leonardo da Vinci Institute, division of RLI, Inc. 9907 Camper Lane, P.O. Box 659, Oregon House, CA. 95962 Voice: (916) 692-1944 ~ Fax: (916) 692-1946 ~ Email: headguru@oro.net

Introduction. The oldest living … Read More

Case Study: Licensing

12/12/1996 |

by: Victor Minin, INTERNET:iqplus@io.org Problem

The company is interested in licensing its product for manufacture and sales in developing countries. They propose to sell the technology and receive royalty payments from the licensees. They were looking for a foolproof method … Read More