Systematic Innovation with TRIZ

Systematic Innovation with TRIZ - C hapter 10 (10.5-10.6)...

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Chapter 10 (10.5-10.6) Systematic Innovation with TRIZ
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What I now know. .. What is Engineering Design Steps in the design process Project Project Description Team Formation Team Roles Stages of Team Dynamics Project Management Design Team Calendar Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Design Structure Matrix/Activity Network Analysis Gantt Chart Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM) Working Agreement Defining the Problem Assumptions, Biases and Analyzing Key Phases Weighted Objective Trees, Constraints & Functions Gathering Information Design Review Conceptualization Brainstorming, Synetics, SCAMPER
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Creative versus Rational Concept Generation • Creative Concept Generation Generating ideas is the goal Does not concern itself with right or wrong Jumps around Meant to be provocative Welcomes irrelevant information Tries to expand possibilities Example: Brainstorming • Rational Concept Generation Selecting ideas is the goal Focuses on whether something is right or wrong Sequential and systematic Meant to be analytical Excludes irrelevant information Tries to finalize Example: Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ)
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Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ) There are only two types of problems in this world 1. Known solutions Known solutions solved by information found in books, journals or with subject matter experts 2. Unknown solutions Called an “inventive problem” and may contain contradictions Typical requires people to “invent” solutions Relies on techniques such as brainstorming
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The Father of TRIZ Genrich S. Altshuller • Stats: – Born: Soviet Union in 1926 – Invented scuba diving at the age of 14 – Patent expert with the Soviet Navy in 1940s – Curiosity lead him to develop a systematic, step-by-step procedure to solve “inventive” problems
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Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (Russian Acronym) Altschuller (1946-1998) studied 1.5 million patents 75% routine or minor improvement 20% resolve contradictions – TRIZ 4% new scientiFc principle - TRIZ <1% rare scientiFc discovery Noticed similar patents in design solutions across multiple disciplines Developed a set of inventive principles that formed the core of TRIZ A large number of TRIZ tools have since been developed Genrich Saulovich Altshuller Father of TRIZ
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Altshuller Realizes… • Rarely is there an ideal solution • That most inventors believe that they must resort to
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2010 for the course MSE 4714 taught by Professor Manuel during the Spring '10 term at University of Florida.

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