Triz For Engineers Enabling Inventive Problem Solving

Author by : Karen Gadd
Language : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : TRIZ is a brilliant toolkit for nurturing engineering creativity and innovation. This accessible, colourful and practical guide has been developed from problem-solving workshops run by Oxford Creativity, one of the world's top TRIZ training organizations started by Gadd in 1998. Gadd has successfully introduced TRIZ to many major organisations such as Airbus, Sellafield Sites, Saint-Gobain, DCA, Doosan Babcock, Kraft, Qinetiq, Trelleborg, Rolls Royce and BAE Systems, working on diverse major projects including next generation submarines, chocolate packaging, nuclear clean-up, sustainability and cost reduction. Engineering companies are increasingly recognising and acting upon the need to encourage successful, practical and systematic innovation at every stage of the engineering process including product development and design. TRIZ enables greater clarity of thought and taps into the creativity innate in all of us, transforming random, ineffective brainstorming into targeted, audited, creative sessions focussed on the problem at hand and unlocking the engineers' knowledge and genius to identify all the relevant solutions. For good design engineers and technical directors across all industries, as well as students of engineering, entrepreneurship and innovation, TRIZ for Engineers will help unlock and realise the potential of TRIZ. The individual tools are straightforward, the problem-solving process is systematic and repeatable, and the results will speak for themselves. This highly innovative book: Satisfies the need for concise, clearly presented information together with practical advice on TRIZ and problem solving algorithms Employs explanatory techniques, processes and examples that have been used to train thousands of engineers to use TRIZ successfully Contains real, relevant and recent case studies from major blue chip companies Is illustrated throughout with specially commissioned full-colour cartoons that illustrate the various concepts and techniques and bring the theory to life Turns good engineers into great engineers.


Triz For Engineers Enabling Inventive Problem Solving

Author by : Karen Gadd
Language : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 43
Total Download : 269
File Size : 43,8 Mb
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Description : TRIZ is a brilliant toolkit for nurturing engineering creativity and innovation. This accessible, colourful and practical guide has been developed from problem-solving workshops run by Oxford Creativity, one of the world's top TRIZ training organizations started by Gadd in 1998. Gadd has successfully introduced TRIZ to many major organisations such as Airbus, Sellafield Sites, Saint-Gobain, DCA, Doosan Babcock, Kraft, Qinetiq, Trelleborg, Rolls Royce and BAE Systems, working on diverse major projects including next generation submarines, chocolate packaging, nuclear clean-up, sustainability and cost reduction. Engineering companies are increasingly recognising and acting upon the need to encourage successful, practical and systematic innovation at every stage of the engineering process including product development and design. TRIZ enables greater clarity of thought and taps into the creativity innate in all of us, transforming random, ineffective brainstorming into targeted, audited, creative sessions focussed on the problem at hand and unlocking the engineers' knowledge and genius to identify all the relevant solutions. For good design engineers and technical directors across all industries, as well as students of engineering, entrepreneurship and innovation, TRIZ for Engineers will help unlock and realise the potential of TRIZ. The individual tools are straightforward, the problem-solving process is systematic and repeatable, and the results will speak for themselves. This highly innovative book: Satisfies the need for concise, clearly presented information together with practical advice on TRIZ and problem solving algorithms Employs explanatory techniques, processes and examples that have been used to train thousands of engineers to use TRIZ successfully Contains real, relevant and recent case studies from major blue chip companies Is illustrated throughout with specially commissioned full-colour cartoons that illustrate the various concepts and techniques and bring the theory to life Turns good engineers into great engineers.


Triz Theory Of Inventive Problem Solving

Author by : Vladimir Petrov
Language : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This introductory book describes the initial (first) level of studying the theory of inventive problem solving (TRIZ) from the series “TRIZ from A to Z,” and presents the most general methods for solving inventive problems and generating new ideas. Chapter 1 examines traditional technologies for problem solving, based on trial and error. Chapter 2 describes the general concept of TRIZ, while Chapter 3 explains the main notions of “system” approaches, like system thinking, system and its hierarchy, system effect, emergency, synergetic effect and systematicity. In turn, Chapter 4 describes the notion of “ideality” and Chapter 5 addresses the notion of resources, their types, and methods for using them. Chapter 6 acquaints readers with one of the most important aspects of TRIZ: contradiction. Chapter 7 describes the inventive principles, while Chapter 8 includes descriptions of the systems of trends proposed by G. Altshuller and the author. In closing, the author makes recommendations on how to most effectively use TRIZ tools, on how readers can improve their knowledge, skills and habits concerning the use of TRIZ, and on how they can hone their inventive thinking skills. The book also features Appendices that include analyses of selected problems, a list of the main websites related to TRIZ, and lists of examples, problems, illustrations, tables and formulae.


Research And Practice On The Theory Of Inventive Problem Solving Triz

Author by : Leonid Chechurin
Language : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book clarifies the common misconception that there are no systematic instruments to support ideation, heuristics and creativity. Using a collection of articles from professionals practicing the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ), this book presents an overview of current trends and enhancements within TRIZ in an international context, and shows its different roles in enhancing creativity for innovation in research and practice. Since its first introduction by Genrikh Saulovich Altshuller in 1956 in the USSR, the TRIZ method has been widely used by inventors, design engineers and has become a standard element of innovation support tools in many Fortune 500 companies. However, TRIZ has only recently entered the domain of scientific publications and discussion. This collection of articles is meant as a record of scientific discussion on TRIZ that reflects the most interesting talking points, research interests, results and expectations. Topics such as Creative and Inventive Design, Patent Mining, and Knowledge Harvesting are also covered in this book.


Advances And Impacts Of The Theory Of Inventive Problem Solving

Author by : Sebastian Koziołek
Language : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book offers a collection of cutting-edge research on the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ). Introduced by Genrich Altshuller in 1956, TRIZ has since been used by engineers, inventors and creators as an essential structured innovation method at businesses and organizations around the globe. The chapters of this book showcase work by selected authors from the 'TRIZ Future' conferences, which are organized by the European TRIZ Association (ETRIA). The chapters reflect an international mix of new ideas on TRIZ and knowledge-based innovation, highlight recent advances in the TRIZ community, and provide examples of successful collaboration between industry and academia. The book first introduces the reader to recent methodological innovations, then provides an overview of established and new TRIZ tools, followed by a collection of case studies and examples of TRIZ implementation in various scientific and social contexts.


Digital Twin Driven Smart Design

Author by : Fei Tao
Language : en
Publisher by : Academic Press
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Description : Digital Twin Driven Smart Design draws on the latest industry practice and research to establish a basis for the implementation of digital twin technology in product design. Coverage of relevant design theory and methodology is followed by detailed discussions of key enabling technologies that are supported by cutting-edge case studies of implementation. This groundbreaking book explores how digital twin technology can bring improvements to different kinds of product design process, including functional, lean and green. Drawing on the work of researchers at the forefront of this technology, this book is the ideal guide for anyone interested in digital manufacturing or computer-aided design.


Systematic Innovation

Author by : John Terninko
Language : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : This exciting new book presents the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ), a process that will provoke a breakthrough in your thinking patterns and the way you approach problem solving. The pillar of TRIZ is that contradiction can be methodically resolved through the application of innovative solutions. The Three Premises of TRIZ The ideal design is a goal Contradictions help solve problems The innovative process can be structured systematically With Systematic Innovation you will learn how to stop seeing conflicts as insurmountable barriers and instead celebrate them as opportunities for improvement and refinement of the design process. You will learn how to eliminate the words "tradeoff" and "compromise" from your vocabulary. The ideal design will become an expectation, not just a dream. By practicing the methods presented in this book, you will increase innovation and radically improve design. Discover the "science" of creativity!


Growth And Development Of Computer Aided Innovation

Author by : Runhua Tan
Language : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : Technology and the Department of Science andTechnologyofHeilongjiangProvincialGovernmentincooperationwiththe National Natural Science Foundationof China. Program Committee Conference Chair Runhua Tan, (Hebei University ofTechnology, China) Noel León(ITESM, Campus Monterrey, Mexico) OrganizingChair T. S. Yang (Department ofScience and Technologyof Heilongjiang Provincial Government, China) Referees T. Arciszewski(USA) Y. Li (China) M. Ashtiani (USA) H. Liu (China) G. Cascini(Italy) M. L. Maher (Australia) D. Cavalucci (France) M. B. Mc Grath(USA) R. De Guio(France) G. Mukundan (USA) S. K. Cho (USA) G. Olling (USA) S. Finger (USA) J. Ovtcharova(Germany) J. Gero(Australia) E. Schueler-Hainsch(Germany) C. Gundlach(Germany) M.


Engineering Design Synthesis

Author by : Amaresh Chakrabarti
Language : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : This book brings together some of the most influential pieces of research undertaken around the world in design synthesis. It is the first comprehensive work of this kind and covers all three aspects of research in design synthesis: - understanding what constitutes and influences synthesis; - the major approaches to synthesis; - the diverse range of tools that are created to support this crucial design task. With its range of tools and methods covered, it is an ideal introduction to design synthesis for those intending to research in this area as well as being a valuable source of ideas for educators and practitioners of engineering design.


Machine Design And Manufacturing Engineering Ii

Author by : Katsuyuki Kida
Language : en
Publisher by : Trans Tech Publications Ltd
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Description : Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the 2013 2nd International Conference on Machine Design and Manufacturing Engineering (ICMDME 2013), May 1-2, 2013, Jeju Island, South Korea. Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS). The 275 papers are grouped as follows: Chapter 1: Design of Machines, Mechanisms and Industrial Devices; Chapter 2: Computational Technologies and Computer-Aided Design in Mechanical Engineering; Chapter 3: Researches, Modeling and Analysis of Machines and Mechanisms; Chapter 4: Automotive Engineering; Chapter 5: Technologies and Organization of Production in Mechanical Engineering; Chapter 6: Sensors, Detection and Measuring Technologies; Chapter 7: Robotics, Automation and Control System; Chapter 8: Applied Materials Science and Chemical Engineering; Chapter 9: Product Design; Chapter 10: Other Themes of Research.