Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (triz)

Download 114.7 Kb.
Size114.7 Kb.
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   ...   44

2.0 The History of TRIZ

There are two groups of problems people face: those with generally known solutions and those with unknown solutions. Those with known solutions can usually be solved by information found in books, technical journals, or with subject matter experts. These solutions follow the general pattern of problem solving shown in figure 1. Here, the particular problem is elevated to a standard problem of a similar or analogous nature. A standard solution is known and from that standard solution comes a particular solution to the problem. For example, in designing a rotating cutting machine(my problem), a powerful but low 100 rpm motor is required. Since most AC motors are high rpm (3600 rpm), the analogous standard problem is how to reduce the speed of the motor. The analogous standard solution is a gear box or transmission. Then, a gear box can be designed with appropriate dimensions, weight, rpm, torque, etc. can be designed for my cutting needs.

Figure 1. General Problem Solving Model.

Share with your friends:
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   ...   44

The database is protected by copyright © 2017
send message

    Main page
mental health
health sciences
gandhi university
Rajiv gandhi
Chapter introduction
multiple choice
research methods
south africa
language acquisition
Relationship between
qualitative research
literature review
Curriculum vitae
early childhood
relationship between
Masaryk university
nervous system
Course title
young people
Multiple choice
bangalore karnataka
state university
Original article
academic performance
essay plans
social psychology
psychology chapter
Front matter
United states
Research proposal
sciences bangalore
Mental health
compassion publications
workplace bullying
publications sorted
comparative study
chapter outline
mental illness
Course outline
decision making
sciences karnataka
working memory
Literature review
clinical psychology
college students
systematic review
problem solving
research proposal
human rights
Learning objectives
karnataka proforma