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Innovation on Demand: New Product Development Using TRIZ by Victor Fey

By Victor Fey

The innovative method for reinforcing technological innovation referred to as TRIZ is more and more being followed via prime businesses all over the world to augment their aggressive place. This ebook explains how the TRIZ technique harnesses inventive ideas extracted from hundreds of thousands of profitable patented innovations to aid locate extra leading edge recommendations to layout difficulties. Written for working towards engineers, product managers, know-how managers and engineering scholars, it demonstrates the best way to use TRIZ instruments for conceptual improvement of novel applied sciences, items and production methods.

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Strength, power vs. fuel consumption or productivity vs. space, etc. are called system conflicts. A system conflict is present when r a useful action simultaneously causes a harmful effect, or r the introduction (intensification) of the useful action or the elimination (alleviation) of the harmful action causes an inadequacy, or an unacceptable complication of either one part or of the whole system. The solution of a problem associated with a system conflict can be attempted either by finding a trade-off between the contradictory demands, or by satisfying all of them.

Elimination of an auxiliary tool. Since most technological systems have at least one auxiliary tool, this rule is used very often. The first step in applying this rule is the formulation of the primary function of the system. Then, all major components should be listed and conflicting components identified. If one of the conflicting components is an auxiliary tool, it should be removed and its action should be delegated as per the rule (Fig. 20). If a system conflict diagram includes more than one auxiliary tool, it is recommended to begin the “clipping” process with correcting and measuring auxiliary tools, then move 30 Resolving system conflicts Fig.

Adaptive vise. Solution One of the embodiments of this approach involves small balls (Fig. 30). These elements can accommodate virtually any contour and, as an additional benefit, distribute the clamping force uniformly. In another embodiment of the same approach, small particles are packed in a pouch. After the part is aligned, the air is sucked from the pouch, and the particles are cemented into a rigid body of the required shape by friction forces due to the atmospheric pressure. Other vise designs that realize this approach use movable pins or fingers (see, for example, US Patents 5,145,157 and 5,746,423).

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