ExampleMSA_Reportwith TRIZ_Analysis

ExampleMSA_Reportwith TRIZ_Analysis - TRIZ Concepts 1)...

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1) Conflict – Maximize: Strength Minimize: Length of stationary object Our product must have high strength. The width should be as small as possible so it does not interfere with transporting the laptop. Inventive solutions: Dynamics, Spheroidality, Mechanics Substitution and Copying Implementing Inventive Solution of spheroidality : We propose using a corrugated shape for a greater section modulus. This allows us to keep high strength without resorting to a large width. 2) Conflict - Maximize: Strength Minimize: Shape Our product must have high strength. The product should not alter the shape of the laptop, so as to be unobtrusive as possible to the user. It should conform to the shape of the laptop. Inventive solutions: Preliminary action, Flexible Shells and Thin Films, Parameter Changes and Composite Materials Implementing Inventive Solution of flexible shells and thin films : We propose using a material with a high elastic modulus for rigidity on top of a material with a foam-like characteristics for greater distribution and absorption of kinetic energy. 3) Conflict – Maximize: Strength Minimize: Quantity of Object Our product must have high strength. The object should be made with as little material as possible so that it can be inexpensively produced. Inventive solutions: Pneumatics and Hydraulics, Preliminary Action, Cheap Short-living objects Implementing Inventive Solution of pneumatics and hydraulics : Use a gel to distribute kinetic energy resulting from an impact. 4) Conflict – Maximize: Durability Minimize: Quantity of Object Our product must be durable and long lasting. However it must not be made up of so many materials that it is expensive to produce. Inventive Solutions: Local quality, parameter changes, porous materials Implementing inventive solution of porous materials : Use a honeycomb matrix to distribute the force while minimizing the weight. The repeating hexagonal pattern is a very strong design that is found in nature, e.g. bee hives.
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5) Conflict - Maximize: Strength Minimize: Quantity of Object Our product must have high strength. The object should be made with as little material as possible so that it can be inexpensively produced. Inventive solutions: Pneumatics and Hydraulics, Preliminary Action, Cheap Short-living objects Implementing Inventive Solution of preliminary action : Pre-stress the material in a way that impacts to the surface alleviate stress already present in the material. This could be done by stressing the material in the opposite way it would be stressed when impacted by an object. 6) Conflict-
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2011 for the course EMA 7414 taught by Professor Mecholsky during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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