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Proceedings of the
TRIZ-Future Conference 2008
“Synthesis in Innovation”
Organised by
ETRIA; The European TRIZ Association
The University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands
Edited by
Tom Vaneker
Eric Lutters

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Application Characteristics of the Law of System Completeness
Victor Berdonosov1
1Komsomolsk-na-Amure State Technical University,
Faculty of Computer Technologies, Russia
Abstract:

Some aspects of the Law of system completeness appearance in technical, information and economic systems
are considered in the report. The main system elements revelation technique including a set of criteria
for checking of model adequacy to a real system is being proposed. Special attention is being paid to control
parameters and control element revelation and its relation with background. A lot of examples are analyzed.
It is considered a way of mistake avoiding while main system elements revealing and mistakes
following analysis.
Keywords :

Law of system completeness, Control parameters, Control element, Criteria for checking adequacy

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The Engineers’ Innovation Toolkit
G. Maarten Bonnema1
1University of Twente, Department of Engineering Technology,
Laboratory of Design, Production and Management, The Netherlands
Abstract:

Most engineers nowadays receive a mono-disciplinary education: Mechanical engineering, Electrical
engineering etc. Contradictory, the products they have to design are ever more multidisciplinary and
integrated. This requires a different mindset. This paper discusses four tools that fit in the engineers’ toolkit
to approach these multidisciplinary problems: TRIZ, Systematic Inventive Thinking, Quality Function
Deployment and FunKey Architecting. The tools are discussed and rated on four scales: difficulty of
problems, complexity of problems, design phase and learning effort. From the characterization a set of
heuristics is derived that help in choosing the appropriate tool from the toolkit.
It is concluded that the four tools largely complement each other and should therefore be part of every
engineer’s toolkit.
Keywords :

TRIZ, SIT, QFD, FunKey, Toolkit, Selection, Heuristics, Complex system design

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Networks of Trends: Systematic Definition of Evolutionary Scenarios
Gaetano Cascini1,2, Federico Rotini2, Davide Russo3
1Politecnico di Milano, Dip. di Meccanica, Italy
2Università degli Studi di Firenze, Dip. di Meccanica e Tecn. Ind.li, Italy
3Università degli Studi di Bergamo, Dip. di Ingegneria Ind.le, Italy
Abstract:

TRIZ literature presents several papers and even books claiming the efficiency of Altshuller’s Laws of
Engineering System Evolution as a means for produce technology forecasts. Nevertheless, all the
instruments and the procedures proposed so far suffer from poor repeatability, while the increasing
adoption of innovation as the key factor for being competitive requires reliable and repeatable methods and
tools for the analysis of emerging technologies and their potential impact. The present paper proposes an
original algorithm to build a Network of Evolutionary Trends for a given Technical System with repeatable
steps. Such a goal has been achieved by integrating well known models and instruments for system
description and functional analysis. The overall procedure, still under further development, has been
clarified by means of one of the case studies carried out for its validation.
Keywords :

Technology Forecasting, Laws of Engineering Systems Evolution, FBS model, EMS model, Functional
Basis

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On contradiction clouds
Denis Cavallucci, François Rousselot, Cecilia Zanni
INSA Graduate School of Science and Technology, Design Engineering Laboratory,
Strasbourg-France
Abstract:

Our proposal, through this article, addresses the issue of obtaining, representing and selecting the
appropriate subset of contradictions among a complete set of contradictions resulting from an initial
situation framing within a specific domain. This contribution has to be understood within the Inventive
Design context since most of its grounding relies on the fact that any problem can be formulated as a
contradiction (in the sense of TRIZ). By proposing the concept of “contradiction cloud” as three value
graphical representation of a set of elementary contradictions, we claim that designers considerably reduce
the fuzziness of a contradiction choice prior entering in a solving phase in Inventive Design processes. The
modes of interpretation of this cloud will be also presented. The impact of this new element in the teaching
of TRIZ was tested both in educational situations within the framework of our engineering curriculum and in
several industrial partnerships. A discussion section will then highlight the assets, the limits and the
perspectives of our contribution.
Keywords :

Contradiction, Clouds, TRIZ, Problem Framing.

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Development of a framework for using TRIZ in a co-disciplinary design
environment

Rogier W. de Vries1, Tom H.J. Vaneker1, Valeri Souchkov2
1University of Twente, Faculty of Engineering Technology, Netherlands
2ICG Training & Consulting, Netherlands
Abstract:

The work that is described in this report consists of creating a framework for facilitating the use of TRIZ in
analysing and solving mono- and co-disciplinary design issues during design of electromechanical products
at a large company in the Netherlands. Guidelines have been developed that serve as a strategy for
implementation of this framework against the background of (co-disciplinary) design issues. The guidelines
are based on interviews with employees from different disciplines and lessons learned from a previous
attempt at introducing TRIZ. Both for the development of the framework as well as for the testing thereof
intensive case studies were used. As the case studies contain many company proprietary details they
cannot be depicted in this article. Consequently the paper will remain focussed on the framework
developed.
Keywords :

TRIZ, Co-disciplinary Design

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How to Prevent Product Piracy using a new TRIZ-based Methodology
Günther Schuh1, Christoph Haag2
1Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering, RWTH Aachen, Germany
2Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT, Germany
Abstract:

In recent years, product and brand piracy has significantly gained importance and risen to a worldwide
mass phenomenon. Companies are gradually facing up to the challenge and taking action. Besides legal
measures, an increasing number of firms is also willing to implement strategic and technical measures into
their organisations respectively products. But the potential of these approaches is so far only being
exploited to a limited extent, mainly due to lacking knowledge regarding the functionality and benefits of
technical know-how protection mechanisms.
Focusing on this issue, the paper introduces the so called Product Piracy Conflict Matrix (PPC Matrix). The
PPC Matrix methodically resembles the well-established TRIZ Contradiction Matrix and is also based on
Neemann’s work (2007), who recently introduced a new approach for product-based imitation protection
including a set of technical, strategic, organisational and legal instruments. The PPC Matrix combines both
approaches to a new framework to help companies to find expedient measures against product piracy.
The article introduces the new methodology by giving detailed insights into its theoretical backbone,
providing practitioner’s guidance and outlining examples from industry practice.
Keywords :

Product piracy, Product imitation, Technology know-how protection, Contradiction Matrix, Ideality approach

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Logistic Substitution Model And Technological Forecasting
Dmitry Kucharavy, Roland De Guio
INSA Strasbourg – Graduate School of Science and Technology,
LGECO – Design Engineering Laboratory, France
Abstract:

In this paper the application of several models, based on the logistic growth function (simple logistic,
component logistic and logistic substitution models) in the context of technology change forecasting is
discussed. The main idea of this paper is to revise existing models and arrange working hypotheses for
future research. First, the features of a simple logistic model are presented, different types of competition
are discussed and a component logistic model is briefly presented. Second, logistic substitution models in
the context of long-term technological forecasting are reviewed. Third, some hypotheses about how to
improve the reliability of the logistic substitution model for studying the technological future are proposed.
Keywords :

Bi-logistic; multi-logistic; logistic substitution model; resource limitations; technology future study; logistic Scurve;
socio-economic cycles.

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Design Methodology for Hybrid Production Processes
Fritz Klocke1, Andreas Roderburg1, Christoph Zeppenfeld1
1RWTH Aachen University,
Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering WZL, Germany
Abstract:

Current developments of hybrid production processes or production systems exceed the performance in
manufacturing. Most of these developments have in common that they have mainly been found intuitively.
Up to now the development of new hybrid production systems leads to high amounts of operative planning.
The challenge is to develop a systematic and scientific approach for aggregating, describing, explaining
and combining single processes. This paper introduces a systematic approach of the design methodology
for developing hybrid production processes. In terms of identifying hybrid process solutions as part of an
innovation process, the applicability of different TRIZ tools is shown concerning the specific requirements of
manufacturing processes development.
Keywords :

TRIZ, hybrid processes, hybrid production, manufacturing processes, grinding, grind-hardening

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Searching for Similar Products through Patent Analysis
P.-A. Verhaegen1, J. D'hondt1, J. Vertommen1, S. Dewulf2, J. R. Duflou1
1Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Mechanical Engineering Department, Belgium
2CREAX N.V., Belgium
Abstract:


During problem solving, TRIZ users map a specific problem to a generic problem, solve it via TRIZ tools,
and map back to a specific solution, a process relying heavily on their TRIZ skills. To aid less skilled users,
a methodology and algorithm are proposed that, through identification of specific word categories in
patents, analysis of term-term correlation data, and data mining techniques, automatically identify similar
products, and properties relating or differentiating products. This algorithm can quantifiably guide creativity
efforts and aid in patent portfolio management.
Keywords :

Systematic Innovation, TRIZ, Creativity, Patent Analysis, Data mining

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INDUSTRIAL & PRACTITIONER PAPERS
Teaching TRIZ within Siemens
Dr.-Ing. Robert Adunka,
Siemens AG, Industry Sector, Industry Automation Division, Strategic Tasks 2 /
Technology, Germany
Abstract:

Within Siemens 163 people had an introduction to TRIZ with at least a half-day seminar. There are 41
people that had a Basic training for five days. The Basic Training is the equivalent to the MATRIZ Level 1
Certificate. Just eight people have taken the Advanced Course (equals MATRIZ Lv 2) up until now.
All those participants gave a feedback on the TRIZ tools they learned about on the course in a very
comprehensive survey. They also judged the examples that were used within the course to illustrate the
different teaching topics.
This paper shows the outcome of feedback given by 191 engineers on different TRIZ tools. It will elaborate
on the examples used and how the understanding of the examples could be linked to the topics taught. It
will also show how the tools build upon each other and how many days were spent teaching these topics.
Therefore this paper will give TRIZ-teachers hints, on how to build up their lectures and which topics they
should teach first.
Keywords :

Siemens, Innovation Tool Academy, Teaching TRIZ

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Cognitive Foundations of TRIZ Problem-Solving Tools
Iouri Belski1, Ianina Belski2
1Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
2TRIZ4U, Australia
Abstract:

This paper considers the cognitive foundations of TRIZ tools. It analyses reasons for the effectiveness of
TRIZ tools in directing users to achieve superior solutions. General human inefficiencies in problem solving
are considered. Differences in problem solving between discipline experts and novices are discussed. The
cognitive bases for application of the systematised Substance-Field analysis, Method of the Ideal Result,
Situation Analysis, the 40 Innovative Principles as well as the Contradiction Table are considered. Opinions
of both experts and novices on the effectiveness of TRIZ problem solving tools are presented.
Keywords :

Cognition, TRIZ, Problem solving, Creativity, Idea Generation

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The integration of TRIZ and Risk management to increase the ratio of success of
innovation Projects

G. Bersano, T. Eltzer, R. Uhl
Active Innovation Management, France
Abstract:
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This paper explores the interaction of project risk management and TRIZ in innovation projects.
We started with this paradox: when we generate brand new solutions to existing problems,
almost no information is available; however, such information is necessary to evaluate the
innovation project success probability. The potential and the cost of a conceptual idea are much
more difficult to evaluate than for detailed solutions. This difficulty can let solutions “in a drawer”.
In this article we tackle the difficulty to reliably evaluate probability of success of innovation
projects, using an adapted risk management strategy.
Keywords :
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TRIZ, innovation portfolio management, Relevent™ diagram, risk management.

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Applications of innovative methodologies and IT tool to support European SMEs in
Product Innovation Processes

Karsten Böhm1, Hans-Peter Steinbacher1 and Paolo Salvatore2
1University of Applied Sciences KufsteinTirol, Department Business Informatics, Austria
2Ciaotech S.r.l. (PNO Group B.V.), Rome, Italy
Abstract:

The systematic support of the innovations process in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is still a
challenge because innovation is only done sporadically and often with external consultancy in order to gain
sustainable competitive advantages. This paper describes a methodology to cover the conceptual development
of new products. This methodology is typically structured into a number of specific steps and introduces
an IT-tool that provides the transition from isolated support tools towards an information management
along all the phases of the conceptual development in an innovation process. The application of the
method in a use case is explained as well.
Keywords :

New Product Development, Conceptual Design, Information Management, Innovation Methodology

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TRIZ Value Innovation Roadmap for Projects Innovation Roadmaps
Isak Bukhman

TRIZ Solutions LLC, USA
Abstract:

In this paper we will show our experience and best practices of many innovation teams around the world
in TRIZ applications for different kind of projects and problems. We will focus your attention on how to use
all modules of TRIZ as a complete and harmonic system in combination with others proven methods. We
call this composition as a TRIZValue Innovation Roadmap. We use TRIZ Value Innovation Roadmap as a
base for each unique project/problem innovation roadmap creation. TRIZ is a “center of gravity” in most of
such roadmaps.
Keywords :

TRIZ Innovation Roadmap, Project Innovation Roadmap, TRIZ body

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TETRIS: Teaching TRIZ at School
Meeting the educational requirements of heterogeneous curricula
G. Cascini1, J. Jantschgi2, I. Kaikov3, N. Khomenko1, I. Murashkovska4, A. Sokol4, F.
Tomasi5
1University of Florence, Dept. of Mechanics and Industrial Technologies, Italy
2 Carinthian University of Applied Sciences, Austria
3 European Institute for Energy Research, Germany
4 Jelgava Regional Adult Education Centre, Latvia
5 AREA Science Park, Trieste, Italy
Abstract:

Enhanced creativity, problem setting and problem solving skills are missing topics in most of secondary
schools of the European countries. Besides, actual TRIZ courses, seminars and educational materials are
mostly tailored for industry or technical universities while they fail to meet the requirements of many
different potential readers and learners from general upper-secondary school students and teachers to
people interested in human science disciplines.
The TETRIS project, funded by the European Community within the Lifelong Learning Programme, aims at
producing and testing TRIZ educational material suitable for learners from 14 years old onwards following
any kind of curriculum. The paper presents the goal and the structure of the project, dedicating a proper
attention to the description of the identified educational requirements and to the approach followed to build
the Body of Knowledge of the educational material.
Keywords :

TRIZ education, educational model, educational requirements, European project

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Simplicity in TRIZ related Innovation Methodology -Implementation of 4 Novelties
Simon Dewulf, Vincent Theeten, Bernard Lahousse
CREAX N.V. Belgium
Abstract:

1. Distillation of consumer data out of patents
Patents describe solutions to problems. A large part of the problems are consumer problems (as opposed
to production problems). Whatever the quality of solution, the problems are well described. For domains
where consumer research is challenging (B2B) patents offer a new source of consumer problem mining.
Over time; patents reveal its trend in problems or its evolution.
2. TRIZ states to look outside, where?
One of the foundations of TRIZ is to look across domains for existing solutions. The paper proposes a
method to generate a series of domains that are related to the subject at study. Once the ‘DNA’ of a
domain, product or process is identified, an automated algorithm generates a series of ‘family’ domains.
3. Out of the box in time and space
Generation of the TRIZ 9 windows based on patent data largely automates the charting out of all elements
in time and space.
4. What’s being changed, what’s being gained
Based on the analysis of patent domains generic changes (increase, decrease, stabilize) are detected over
time. The research identifies trends in technology variables i.e. properties or functions at study.
Keywords :

consumer data, patent analysis, inspiration, TRIZ, computer aided innovation, trend detection

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Strengthening the 40 Inventive Principles
Ives De Saeger1, Eddy Claeys1
1P41 Partners In Process Innovation, Belgium
Abstract:

This article consists of 2 parts. The first part investigates the formulation of the 40 Inventive Principles, one
of the classic TRIZ tools. We compare the 40 Inventive Principles from different TRIZ sources in English as
described in books or software and point out the differences such as incompleteness of some principles,
different words used in the translation to English etc. The second part consists of suggestions to read the
40 Inventive Principles in a different way. First an investigation is made of different approaches to get a
more forward use trying to make the principles as less Abstract:
as some of them are without fundamentally
changing the 40 IP. We aim to simplify the application and strength of the 40 Inventive Principles by
splitting them up into a resources part and recommendation part. Since language triggers thoughts,
different meanings can create different interpretations. In order to get a more uniform language we suggest
revised 40 Inventive Principles where the used terms are in accordance to a systemic view. Finally the split
up is applied to an example.
Keywords :

40 principles, resources, recommendation, operator

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Teaching TRIZ to Beginners
Ellen Domb
PQR Group, Upland CA USA
Abstract:

Many people who could benefit from the methods and concepts of TRIZ have rejected it because they were
confused by the way TRIZ was taught. Expertise in the method does not necessarily make one a good
teacher for beginners. Methods for adult education have been well-researched in the last 50 years, and
they can be used to create a robust TRIZ teaching system that is useful in many cultures. Case study
examples of application of TRIZ to the development of TRIZ training methods will be demonstrated.
Keywords :

TRIZ, Teaching TRIZ, Instructional Design

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TRIZ-ARIZ in transformer-type fault current limiter development
László Farkas
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Electric Power
Engineering, Hungary
Abstract:

In this paper I present a way to come to possible solutions for present problems in the development of
transformer-type fault current limiters with using TRIZ and ARIZ methods. The aim of this study was to
examine the use of TRIZ and their tools in a real development process and to suggest future improvement
targets to include TRIZ into inventive engineering problem solving. I concluded that TRIZ can help find
solution ideas but combination with other methods and tools is required to help other steps in the
engineering problem solving process. A system should be handled as numerous and interconnected
requirements, parameters, problems and solutions, and step-by-step method, similar to ARIZ, should be
developed to go through the conceptual design phases.
Keywords :

ARIZ, inventive engineering problem solving, superconducting fault current limiter, TRIZ

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FUNCTION APPROACH FOR RESOURCE ANALYSIS
Oleg Feygenson, Maria Urusova
ALGORITHM Technology Research Center, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Abstract:

This paper demonstrates the importance of Resource Analysis in modern TRIZ and provides an overview
of existing findings regarding resources. The main goal of the paper is to suggest an approach that can be
used for the identification and evaluation of resources. The advantages of the developed approach are as
follows:
• Practicality: the suggested approach is focused on the rapid development of workable ideas without
significant effort.
• Efficiency: the suggested approach is based on recommendations of proven TRIZ tools, such as ARIZ,
Trimming and Function-Oriented Search.
• Simplicity: the suggested approach is quite understandable and can be used by everyone who has a
basic knowledge of TRIZ.
Keywords :

Resources, Resource Analysis, Function Approach, Trimming, Function-Oriented Search, ARIZ

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Early Experiences Employing the Matrix Principles Modified for the
Communications and Electronics Domain

Nasir Ayub1 and Paul Filmore2
1 MSc student, School of Computing Communication and Electronics, University of
Plymouth, UK
2 School of Computing Communication and Electronics, University of Plymouth, UK

Abstract:

Different authors have developed examples of the TRIZ Principles in a number of domains ranging from
finance to microelectronics. To the authors’ knowledge, no one has attempted to develop examples for the
40 Principles in the electronics and communications domain. Also past authors have seemed reluctant to
explain how the examples were derived. This paper explains how the examples were obtained
systematically by interviewing a number of domain specialists who knew little of TRIZ. In fact experience of
trying to explain TRIZ before the knowledge capture phase, proved highly problematic and weakened the
task focus. A condensed list of the 40 Principles is included.
Keywords :

TRIZ Principles, Communications, Electronics, Knowledge capture.

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Further Development of the Trends of Evolution – Trend of Sustainability Increase
Sergei Ikovenko, Dr.-Eng, Ph.D., professor, TRIZ Master
GEN3Partners and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Abstract:

Trends of Engineering System Evolution (TESE) are statistically proven directions of Engineering System (ES)
development. They describe the natural transition of Engineering Systems from one state to another. These
directions are statistically true for all categories of Engineering Systems. TESE, their mechanisms and tools are
in the focus of TRIZ development these days. Major factors that drive the development of products through
TESE are requirements of the supersystem.
An important requirement that has emerged lately is a requirement of sustainability. The article describes a new
step in TESE development – Trend of Sustainability Increase: in the process of the evolution of ES the degree
of its sustainability increases. The sustainability here includes multiple factors – recycling, reuse, etc.
A number of mechanisms (sub-trends) have been also discovered. For example, a sub-trend: non-recyclable􀃆
recyclable material􀃆several recyclable materials􀃆reusable parts modification􀃆using parts with no
modification.
Keywords :

TRIZ, Trends of Evolution, Sustainable Design, Sustainability, Contradiction.

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Revising the TRIZ-based Business Idea Database to Find Customers’ Potential
Needs on Business and Technical Seeds to Resolve Them

Atsuko Ishida1
1Hitachi Consulting Co., Ltd., Japan
Abstract:

The business idea database released in 2003 which used 40 principles of invention and the contradiction
matrix suggested solutions of business problems from their essential subjects and contained contradictions.
To improve effectiveness, it is revised with two points of view. One is that business contradiction
statements for reminding unconscious and potential business problems are introduced. The other is that
requirements analysis and definition techniques of software engineering and Enterprise Architecture
framework are applied for finding technical seeds from suggested business ideas. The revised business
idea database can be effective in finding unknown business needs and hidden technical seeds.
Keywords :

TRIZ, Business Idea, Contradiction Statements, Technical Seeds

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TRIZ contribution to the solution of the paradox during the homogenization of
molten glass

Pavel Jirman1, Bohuslav Bušov2
1The Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic
2The Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
Abstract:

Homogenization of molten glass before hot forming is one of the most important operations to achieve a high
quality of glass. Homogenization is provided mainly by a mechanical way (mixing by stirrers) which has a lot of
disadvantages and problems. However, it is the most effective way at present. For a long time tests with
thermal mixing have been made which means that a better motion of molten glass by a change of temperature
is being searched. There exist a lot of patents and a lot of implementations of equipment. However, the
effectivity similar to mechanical mixing has not yet been reached.
Also the trends of evolution of the TRIZ method predict that the transition from a mechanical to a thermal field
should be more effective. Therefore, this forms the paradox of the glass homogenization development. The
TRIZ method analysis helped to find the reason of lower effective thermal mixture at present and designed the
idea how to overcome this paradox. A demonstration of this analysis is the subject of this article.
Keywords :

TRIZ, technical system (TS), homogenization of molten glass, contradictions, SuField Analysis

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FROM KNOWLEDGE TO SUSTAINED REVENUE; BUILDING A BUSINESS MODEL
Albert van der Kuij
Sensata Technologies Holland BV, Electrical Protection Europe, The Netherlands
Abstract:

This article starts to describe an inside to out approach for creating ‘perceived’ value (functionality) by
balanced flow of resources in a business system like that of Sensata. At the beginning the author’s stance
to create new products and services based on choices supported by knowledge and assumptions, and the
use of innovation tools is explained. TRIZ plays a central role in this process. Through characteristics of
personal and business success, the transition process of knowledge to value for the customer is dealt with.
In case value creation is sustainable, the reward is sustained revenue. The value creation process is
translated in a phased DfSS format breathing TRIZ.
Keywords :

ETRIA, TRIZ Future Conference, Business Resources, Passion, Added Value

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Wisdom of creating learning through TRIZ
HeeChoon Lee1, KilYong Shin2 ,Youngmin Lee3, Nikolay Shpakovsky4
1Business Innovation Division, POSCO, Korea
2Hot Strip Mill Department, POSCO, Korea
3Wire-rod Deptment, POSCO, KOREA
4TRIZ-profi, Moscow, Russia
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Method for Quantitative Evaluation of Innovation Tasks for Technical Systems,
Products and Processes
Pavel Livotov
TriS Europe GmbH, Germany
Abstract:

The paper is addressing the main needs of the industrial sector regarding early stages of innovation
process, product development and inventive problem solving. The proposed method includes a formalized
identification and quantification of system functions and properties as well as of corresponding innovation
tasks. For each identified function the level of its current performance, priority and measurable value of its
innovation potential are estimated. A new approach is proposed for calculation of the ideality level of
technical systems. Method is illustrated by example of its application for innovation concept development of
a packaging line for food industry. Opportunity for identification and quantitative evaluation of innovation
tasks for processes and for non-technical systems is outlined.
Keywords :

Technical System, Innovation Potential, Innovation Strategy, Quantitative Analysis, Ideality Level, TRIZ

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Creating A Meta/Mega/Micro Market Trend Hierarchy: Trying To Understand
Populations Better Than Populations Understand Themselves

Darrell Mann1, Yekta Özözer2
1Systematic Innovation, United Kingdom
2ABC Consultancy Ltd, Turkey
Abstract:

The paper describes the main outputs from a long-term piece of research aimed at finding the underlying
patterns in the thousands of observable consumer and market trends present in the world at any one time.
By applying TRIZ principles, we describe for the first time how it has now been possible to find an
underlying structure behind these trend patterns. The first part of the paper describes this structure. In the
second part we show how it becomes possible to use the underlying patterns to make more robust
predictions about things that will happen in the future.
Keywords :

Systematic Innovation, TRIZ, Spiral Dynamics

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Smart Materials Solve Contradictions: Connecting The Right Materials Solution To
The Right Market Need

Darrell Mann
Systematic Innovation, United Kingdom
Abstract:

In the paper, we propose that the primary value of any smart material comes from its contradiction-resolving
abilities, and that the key to successful commercialisation of any smart material involves making the right
links between a contradiction-solving material and a market need for that contradiction to be solved. The
paper is divided into two halves. In the first half of the paper we discuss the theoretical basis behind the
contradiction-resolving importance in the innovation story and show that while it is already clear that a
number of smart materials are technically ready for the market, it is rather less than clear that many markets
are ready for them. In the second half of the paper, the attention turns to a number of mini-case study
examples showing how smart material capabilities can and have been matched to real contradictioneliminating
market needs.
Keywords :

TRIZ, Phase Change, Non-Linear

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Applying TRIZ/USIT to A Social & Technical Problem: Auto-locking Door System of
Apartment Building

Toru Nakagawa and Arata Fujita
Osaka Gakuin University, Japan
Abstract:

Students' discussions were guided with TRIZ and USIT to solve an everyday problem. The security
problem of the auto-locking door system of apartment buildings needed to be solved in the human
psychology and social behaviour first and then it must be ensured by the technology. The mechanical &
physical system of the door has been shifted to an IT & logical system.
Keywords :

Case study, Security, USIT, Cause-effect analysis, IT system

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Technological Route between Pioneerism and Improvement
Roberto Nani1, Daniele Regazzoni2

1 Scinte s.n.c., Ranica, Italy
2University of Bergamo, Dalmine, Italy
Abstract:

This paper presents a systematic approach to determine the technological route between discovery,
pioneering, radical creation and qualitative or quantitative improvement as the two extremities of a line of
evolution regarding a certain inventive theme. The technological route is the result of a procedure based on
a wide use of a patent search engine capable of Browsing Codes according to International Patent
Classifications, and Clustering Texts to examine search results using linguistic technologies, and a tool
able to analyse time data series to disclose their eventual logistic behaviour.
Said procedure consists of four main steps: (i) determination of the initial search algorithm based on the
characteristics of reference subject, patent or group of patents; (ii) definition and calculus of Intellectual
Property Density (IPD) on the base of bibliometric results of search; (iii) IPD fitting into logistic curves and
(iv) definition of a quick and semi-automated way to gather some inputs for further product innovation.
The procedure still requires a minimum skill in patent searching and handling and search may have to be
iterated some times before getting the desired outcome. By the way there is no need to read patents text
and the time spent is comparable to a traditional search (i.e. according to EPO guidelines for search).
The results obtained consist in fostering both forecasting activities by identifying quantitatively main
evolution phase and problem solving activities by giving a dynamic view of the state of the art so that future
problems may be taken into account in today solutions.
One out of the several case studies already tested with this approach is presented with the aim of
describing in detail each step performed.
Keywords :

Patent Data Base (PDB), International Patent Classification (IPC), Intellectual Property Density IPD, logistic
S-curves, emerging technologies

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A Taxonomy of Inventive Principles for Robust Design Concepts
Philip Samuel1, Rajesh Jugulum2
1Breakthrough Management Group International, USA
2Massachussetts Institute of Technology, USA
A Taxonomy of Inventive Principles for Robust Design Concepts
Philip Samuel1, Rajesh Jugulum2
1Breakthrough Management Group International, USA
2Massachussetts Institute of Technology, USA
Abstract:

This paper describes the evolution toward a taxonomy of inventive principles for achieving robustness
during concept design phase. Robust design is a set of scientific principles used to design products and
services so that they perform the intended functions with minimum amount of variation under broadest
range of usage conditions possible and for longest period of time possible. The proposed taxonomy of
inventive principles for generating robust design concepts are derived by using a research methodology
similar to that employed by Altshuller in developing the “Theory of Inventive Problem Solving”. The
taxonomy is based on the concept of P-diagram or parameter diagram. Based on P-diagram elements,
nineteen strategies were identified based on the analysis of about two hundred inventions.
Keywords :

Robustness Inventions, Design Concepts, Inventive Principles, Conceptual Robustness, Taguchi Methods

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Value-Conflict Mapping (VCM) To Structure Innovation Strategy
Valeri Souchkov
ICG Training & Consulting, The Netherlands
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TRIZ Incorporating the BRIGHT Process in Design
Shuo-Kai Tsai, Peter R.N. Childs
University of Sussex, Department of Engineering and Design, United Kingdom

Abstract:

The paper presents an overview of key concepts of Value-Conflict Mapping (VCM), developed to help with
collecting and structuring information about existing and potential problems in various types of man-made
systems in a systematic way. These problems are represented in terms of contradictions between market
and/or business demands caused by current system properties or parameters which often must have
opposite values or be in opposite states to satisfy two or more different demands. A procedure of value
inversion is introduced to extract more information about demands and contradictions. The paper also
shows a general process of Value-Conflict Mapping and is illustrated by several examples.
Keywords :

Contradictions, Conflict Analysis, Value-Conflict Mapping, TRIZ, OTSM-TRIZ, Innovation Management

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A Study on Pointers to Effects for Non-technical Problem Solving
Hongyul Yoon
TRIZ Center, South Korea
Abstract:

The theory of inventive problem solving (TRIZ) is widely acclaimed by adoptees and in the academic
literature. However, an apparent disparity exists between the low reported industrial take-up of TRIZ and
perceptions in the TRIZ community which indicate more widespread use. A review of TRIZ, design
processes and creative problem solving processes are reported, showing differences in the emphasis on
creative thinking and the use of iteration. The advantages of a procedure related to the aspects of usability,
creative thinking and iteration within the TRIZ environment has been recognised and addressed by the
development of a new process named BRIGHT.
Keywords :

Brainstorming, Creative Problem Solving Process (CPS), Design, Design Process, TRIZ

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POSTER PRESENTATIONS
A Computer-based Problem-solving Assistant for Su-Field Analysis
D. Daniel Sheu and David Lee
Dept. of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan
Abstract:

Most of TRIZ thinking tools can help us to solve non-technical problems. However, the efficiency and
effectiveness of TRIZ for solving those problems seem much lower than used for technical problem solving.
Absence of pointers to effects for non-technical problem solving should be one of the main causes of that.
Non-technical problem solving requires some effects that are different from those based on physical
science and engineering technology. In order to develop some pointers to effects for non-technical problem
solving, the structures and meaning of ‘function model’ and ‘effect’ were discussed. Based on the
discussion, some pointers to effects were proposed for non-technical problem solving.
Keywords :

TRIZ, Pointers to Effects, Non-Technical Problem, OTSM, Function Model, ENV

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Lessons learnt in the introduction of TRiZ at IBM Corporation,
aka “personal giveback to the community on my ‘knowledge spiral’
pragmatic way to learn, teach and practice with busy professionals.”
Pascal Sire1, 2
1IBM Software group, Global Innovation Catalyst
22007 Advanced Master in Innovative Design, INSA Strasbourg [1]
Abstract:

Since the beginning of 2006 when IBM Corporation launched its “Innovator’s Innovator” campaign, it
became obvious that the company needed to train a lot of professionals in a more structured way to help
their clients to innovate, but it was also rapidly clear that these professionals were lacking in time and
availability to be properly educated through a lengthy program, on top of existing methods and well-known
tools, not only for project management and architecture design but also for creativity and innovation …
What should be done?
Pragmatically the author proposed to keep the ideal final result to have professionals (executives,
managers, sales, or technical specialists, architects, experts in R&D labs) trained in TRiZ fundamentals
with enough practice, while keeping in mind the minimal amount of time available to them, achieved
through a step-by-step fully completed set of modules, from the overview of concepts and techniques to a
deeper understanding of methods and tools…
This poster session will focus on this “knowledge spiral” acquisition way to learn, teach and practice with
busy professionals, and extract some lessons learnt from these 2 years of experience, building an internal
community of 600+ colleagues including awareness for 300+ and basic level for a few dozens, and
advanced level for a few ones practicing in their daily jobs.
Keywords :

TRIZ, Thinking Skills, Problem Solving Skills, Creativity, Model, Innovation, Teaching, Methodology,
Reference, Training, Expert, Patents, Case Studies, knowledge spiral.

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Design Adjustable Length Bus Duct Joint Kit using TRIZ
Young Joon Ahn, Yong Taek Park, Pyeong Kwan Chung, Dong Wook Kim
Production Engineering Center, South Korea
Abstract:

Bus ducts are similar to cables in that both have conductors and isolators. The greatest advantage of
bus ducts is that they can transmit a great amount of electric energy to a conductor of the same
volume. Bus ducts are becoming increasingly popular since their merits in high capacity electric
systems are emphasized. However, sometimes length of the bus duct is rather short or long when
installing bus duct system if dimension of the building was not measured correctly. In this paper, some
solution concepts which were derived by TRIZ will be presented.

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LEAN/AGILE LOGISTICS SYSTEMS IN WIRE SUPPLY
Péter Bajor (PhD-Student), Széchenyi University, Győr, Hungary


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