march Archives - The Triz Journal
Hello fellow TRIZ readers. This has been an interesting month as we continue working our ambitious to-do list with the TRIZ expert database, webinars and other digital content, and all-encompassing TRIZ events list. We are also working …
March 2010 gets a fresh start with an update on the physical contradictions of skis as a poorly functioning system. And a report on the first Israeli TRIZ Conference.
Function-behavior-structure, knowledge-based system, non-technical problem solving, pointers to effects, gamma, soil… All this and more in March’s issue of The TRIZ Journal.
This month’s articles feature a case study on silicone technology, using soggy pizza to teach the system operator, placing TRIZ appropriately in the world of science, directing innovative approaches and looking at perturbation theory in physics.
The saying in the Northern Hemisphere is that March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb, so it makes sense that The TRIZ Journal has a roaring assortment of TRIZ papers from five countries on three continents this month.
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The TRIZ Challenge from March was on Landmines. Here is the background information provided by Ian Care:
Landmines cost less than $3 each, the new ones are predominately …
Two special articles describe the curricula at Florida Atlantic University and at Wayne State University. We also know that TRIZ is included in courses in engineering departments in the US at the University of Michigan, University of Connecticut, and the …