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Efficiency and effectiveness of TRIZ for solving non-technical problems appears to be much lower than what is used for technical problem solving. The absence of pointers to effects for non-technical problem solving should be one of the main causes.
The destruction of large stones, pieces of structures, hard soil monoliths, etc. is often necessary to begin construction – new destruction methods were required.
Just one trend of evolution (out of more than thirty) can be used as a competitive weapon. Trends not only tell us where our products are on their evolutionary journey versus a competitor’s product, for example, but also where products must evolve.
Katie BarrySuper Effects
Gunter Ladewig of PRIMA Performance Ltd. is leading the talk on Super Effects, The Synergistic Effects of TRIZ. Start by eliminating a system’s contradiction by using the inventive principles or trends of engineering system evolution, you end up …
By: Ed Sickafus Ntelleck, LLC, Grosse Ile, MI, USA (734) 676-3594 Ntelleck@u-sit.net, www.u-sit.net
Early in teaching USIT (2) to industrial technologists it became clear that finding root causes, in problems brought to class, often was a difficult task. This was …
By Kalevi Rantanen TRIS OY E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.kolumbus.fi/kalran
New software (the last SW package is TechOptimizer Professional Edition 3.0 – TOPE – published by Invention Machine Corporation in 1998) has made physical effects increasingly popular. One advantage of effects …
Gregory Frenklach email@example.com
The Technical Effects Classification.
First of all let’s define what is an effect in the wide sense of this word.
Under “effect” we will understand the transformation which is characterized by its input, …