Design for Six Sigma, Chapter 9 - Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ)
Here is a chapter from an updated Design for Six Sigma, Second Edition, which has extensive new chapters and learning modules on innovation, lean product development, computer simulation, and critical parameter management--plus new thread-through case studies. This updated edition provides unrivalled real-world product development experience and priceless walk-throughs that help you choose the right design tools at every stage of product and service development. The book includes detailed directions, careful comparisons, and work-out calculations that make every step of the Design for Six Sigma process easier.
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97 Complexity ReductionTrimming
98 SCurve Analysis of Technical Systems
99 Evolution of Technological Systems
910 Physical Chemical and Geometric Effects Database
Appendix Contradiction Table of Inventive Principles
40 principles Allergen Altshuller ampoule automobile Axiomatic design bill brush capacitor Change complexity components contradiction table Corollary coupled design decoupled deliver design matrix elements eliminate Energy expense engine evolution Example existing system ferromagnetic filament flexible shells focal length friction func functional analysis diagram functional modeling functional requirements harmful action field harmful function heat Ideal final result identify infrared internal-combustion engine inventive principles Inventive Problem Solving lamp leakage lens level of invention magnetic field main basic function manufacturing nonuniform object 15 Object F offixed object ofmovable object Old design operation parameter patents performance physical contradiction Polyurethane problem definition reduce Replace the object resolve S-curve Sealant separation principles Six Sigma stage Subject Object subject-action-object model substance field model subsystem supporting functions technical contradiction technical system technological system tion tradiction TRIZ uncoupled upper roller usually wire zone