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ME250 PUZZLE Two ways to support a shaft are shown. How would you find the deflection of the wheel for the first condition shown above? Slocum.
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ENGINEERING ANALYSIS ME 250 Lecture #06 09/28/10 Mike Umbriac
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Reminders MS3 assignment is due tomorrow MS3 assignment is due tomorrow. HW #2 is posted on CTools. It is due Monday.
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Announcements Additional machine shop traning sessions have been added. Check the link for details: https://me web2.engin.umich.edu/meshop/student/training Section 3 (meets 10:30 to 11:30am) is willing to accept 8 more people from other sections.
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Acknowlegements Alex Slocum Precision Machine Design and Alex Slocum, other works Edward De Bono Serious Creativity Edward De Bono, De Bono coined the term “lateral thinking” Silverstein, David; Samuel, Philip; and DeCarlo, Neil, Innovator's Toolkit: 50+ Techniques for bl bl h Predictable and Sustainable Organic Growth
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Techniques for Creativity What techniques can predominantly left brained people use to generate creative ideas?
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Exercise in Generating Ideas Take out a sheet of paper and, in two minutes list as many minutes, list as many ideas as you can for ways to save energy in a building. Image: Michael Slonecker
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Exercise in Generating Ideas Now in two minutes Now, in two minutes, list as many ideas as you can for ways to you can for ways to WASTE energy in a building building.
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Inverting the Problem Did the second exercise give you any new ideas for ways to SAVE energy in a building? You may have found that some of those ideas could be reversed and used as the basis for energy saving improvements. This is called “Inverting the Problem”: finding ideas on how to cause the opposite effect that ideas on how to cause the opposite effect that you are trying to achieve.
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Example of Inverting the Problem If you are trying to get balls into the cone… instead you can think of ideas for how to get balls out of the cone, or how to make balls miss the cone, …and these could be steppingstones to useful ideas for getting balls into the cone.
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