New Books and Articles on TRIZ
Systematic Innovation Toolkit
March 25, 2016
40 Inventive principles of TRIZ
Described in Part 2-3 of the Book The Innovation Algorithm
40 Principles: TRIZ Keys to InnovationGenrich Altshuller, Lev Shulyak, Steven Rodman
Technical Innovation Center, Inc., 2002 - 135 pages
The book has one page for each principle with pictures illustrating the explanation of the principle.
Principle 1: Segmentation:
Principle 2: Taking out or Extraction:
Principle 3: Local quality: development; local anaesthesia.
Principle 4: Asymmetry:
Principle 5: Merging, Consolidation or combining:
Principle 6: Universality:
Principle 7: Nested doll:
Principle 8: Anti-weight:
Principle 9: Preliminary anti-action:
Principle 10: Preliminary action:
Principle 11: Beforehand cushioning:
Principle 12: Equipotentiality:
Principle 13: The other way round:
Principle 14: Spheroidality – Curvature:
Principle 15: Dynamics:
Principle 16 : Partial or Excessive actions:
Principle 17: Another dimension:
Principle 18: Mechanical vibration:
Principle 19: Periodic action:
Principle 20: Continuity of useful action:
Principle 21: Skipping or Rushing Through:
Principle 22 : Blessing in disguise - Harm into benefit:
Principle 23: Feedback:
Principle 24: Intermediary/Mediator:
Principle 25: Self-Service:
Principle 26: Copying:
Principle 27: Cheap short-living objects:
Principle 28: Mechanics substitution:
Principle 29: Pneumatics and hydraulics:
Principle 30: Flexible shells and thin films:
Principle 31: Porous materials:
Principle 32: Color changes:
Principle 33: Homogeneity:
Principle 34: Rejecting, Discarding – Recovering, Regeneration:
Principle 35: Parameter Changes:
Principle 36 : Phase transitions:
Principle 37: Thermal expansion:
Principle 38 : Accelerated oxidation:
Principle 39 : Inert atmosphere:
Principle 40: Composite materials:
40 Principles - Pdf List
Examples of 40 principles - from automotive sector
TRIZ: Systematic Innovation in Manufacturing
Yeoh Teong San, Yeoh Tay Jin, Song Chi Li
Firstfruits Publishing, 2009 - Engineering - 180 pages
The Ideal Result: What It Is and How to Achieve ItJack Hipple
Springer Science & Business Media, 26-Jun-2012 - 208 pages
The Ideal Final Result introduces the TRIZ Inventive Problem Solving Process in a way that allows readers to make immediate use of its most basic concepts. The Ideal Final Result reviews the basics of this left brained, but at the same time, very creative process for problem solving that uses a basic algorithm developed through the study of millions of patents. As opposed to psychologically based tools relying on the generation of hundreds of ideas to be sorted through to find the few of value, TRIZ rigorously defines the problem and assists the problem owner in identifying the existing inventive principles that are already known to solve that class of problems. This book reviews the most basic of the TRIZ algorithm tools and provides templates for readers to use in analyzing their difficult problems and provides a mental framework for their solution. It also describes TRIZ techniques for basic strategic planning in a business sense.
TRIZ for Engineers: Enabling Inventive Problem SolvingKaren Gadd
John Wiley & Sons, 11-Feb-2011 - 504 pages
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 - Systematic Innovation in Business & Management
Yeoh Teong San
First Fruits Sdn. Bhd., 01-Oct-2014 - Business & Economics - 238 pages
TRIZ (Theory of Inventive Problem Solving) is a powerful methodology which is able to improve a company's top-line and bottom-line. The top-line refers to a company's gross sales or revenues, whereas the bottom-line is a company's net earnings or net profits. The uniqueness of TRIZ is its ability to provide a structured and systematic approach, coupled with a suite of tools to enhance both top-line and bottom-line results. TRIZ can be used for creating new products to generate sales or making processes more efficient and effective to reduce operating costs and expenses.
TRIZ also enhances management capabilities by transforming a good manager to a great manager by acquiring tools to recognize contradictions when they arise and solve them without compromise.
In summary, TRIZ is a philosophy, process, and suite of tools. A total of 11 TRIZ tools (Function Analysis, Cause & Effect Chain Analysis, Perception Mapping, Ideality, S-curve, Trends of Engineering System Evolution, Trimming, Feature Transfer, Function Oriented Search, 9-Windows, and Engineering Contradiction) are discussed in detail.
Numerous examples and case studies are used to illustrate TRIZ applications in accelerating the ability to predict product, process, and service trends; identify unique value propositions for new products or services; circumvent patents of competitors; and solve age-old or chronic problems in both business and management fields.
Innovation Management System - Presentation - Simon Tong
Hong Kong Society for Quality
Updated on 28 August 2017, 17 February 2017, 22 October 2016