# TRIZ Engineering ProblemSolving Algorithm

Develop your Problem-Solving skill! Practical step-by-step guide for resolving Complex Problems.

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## TRIZ Engineering ProblemSolving Algorithm

### What you’ll learn

You will get a powerful tool for solving complex problems.
You will be able to make a problem self-elimination.
You will be able to find cheep resources to eliminate a problem.
You will be able to deal with contradictory demands.
You will be able to choose the most optimal solution from the list of found solutions
You will know how to deal with subtasks for implementing solutions of any complex problem

### Requirements

You have to be tired of using “Trial and Error” method for finding solutions of complex problems
If you have some theoretical knowledge about TRIZ – it’s good, so this course will help you systemize your knowledge and form it into the specific skill of solving complex problems. If you are not familiar with the topic – it’s not a problem. You will get all answers you need studying this course.

### Overview

Section 1: INTRODUCTION

Lecture 1 What do we call a problem?

Lecture 2 Ways to solve problems

Lecture 3 Brief history of creation TRIZ and EPSA(pt)

Lecture 4 Main ideas of EPSA(pt)

Lecture 5 Composition of the course

Section 2: STEP 1. PRIMARY DESCRIPTION AND FORMULATION OF A PROBLEM

Lecture 7 1.2. Primary description and formulation of a problem

Lecture 8 1.3. Formula of a problem

Lecture 9 1.4. Tips for applying STEP 1

Lecture 10 1.5. An example of doing STEP 1

Section 3: STEP 2. CHECK THE PROBLEM FOR FALSE AND SELF-REMOVAL

Lecture 11 2.1. CHECK THE PROBLEM FOR FALSE AND SELF-REMOVAL

Lecture 12 2.2. Tips for applying STEP 2

Lecture 13 2.3. An example of doing STEP 2

Section 4: STEP 3. CLARIFY THE PROBLEM

Lecture 14 3.1. CLARIFY THE PROBLEM

Lecture 15 3.2. Multi-Screen Scheme

Lecture 16 3.3. The 5 why method and Ishikawa diagram

Lecture 17 3.4. Multi-Screen Analysis

Lecture 18 3.5. Clarified formula of the problem

Lecture 19 3.6. Tips for applying STEP 3

Lecture 20 3.7. An example of doing STEP 3

Section 5: STEP 4. ANALYZE SUBSTANTIAL-FIELD RESOURCES

Lecture 21 4.1. An example of applying substantial-field resources

Lecture 22 4.2. Substances and their fields

Lecture 23 4.3. Ranking resources by priorities

Lecture 24 4.4. Tips for applying STEP 4

Lecture 25 4.5. An example of doing STEP 4

Section 6: STEP 5. FORMULATE A PERFECT FINAL RESULT

Lecture 26 5.1. An ideal system

Lecture 27 5.2. Examples of ideal systems

Lecture 28 5.3. FORMULATING A PERFECT FINAL RESULT

Lecture 29 5.4. Examples of the PFR formulations

Lecture 30 5.5. Sorting PFRs

Lecture 31 5.6. Tips for applying STEP 5

Lecture 32 5.7. An example of doing STEP 5

Section 7: STEP 6. FORMULATE PHYSICAL CONTRADICTIONS

Lecture 33 6.1. Levels of formulating contradictions

Lecture 34 6.2. What is a technical and a physical contradiction in detail

Lecture 35 6.3. Formulating a physical contradiction

Lecture 36 6.4. Examples of choosing the principles of resolving contradictions

Lecture 37 6.5. Tips for applying STEP 6

Lecture 38 6.6. An example of doing STEP 6

Section 8: STEP 7. RESOLVE PHYSICAL CONTRADICTIONS

Lecture 40 7.1. Resolve physical contradictions

Lecture 41 7.2. Recommendations on mastering 40 techniques

Lecture 42 7.3. Examples of applying techniques

Lecture 43 7.4. Tips for applying STEP 7

Lecture 44 7.5. An example of doing STEP 7

Section 9: STEP 8. ANALYZE RECEIVED SOLUTIONS

Lecture 45 8.1. ANALYSIS OF RECEIVED SOLUTIONS

Lecture 46 8.2. Tips for applying STEP 8

Lecture 47 8.3. An example of doing STEP 8

Section 10: TECHNIQUES TO RESOLVE TECHNICAL AND PHYSICAL CONTRADICTIONS

Lecture 48 Principle №1. SEGMENTATION

Lecture 49 Principle №2. TAKING OUT

Lecture 50 Principle №3. LOCAL QUALITY

Lecture 51 Principle №4. ASYMMETRY

Lecture 52 Principle №5. MERGING

Lecture 53 Principle №6. UNIVERSALITY

Lecture 54 Principle №7. “NESTED DOLL”

Lecture 55 Principle №8. ANTI-WEIGHT

Lecture 56 Principle №9. PRELIMINARY ANTI-ACTION

Lecture 57 Principle №10. PRELIMINARY ACTION

Lecture 58 Principle №11. BEFOREHAND CUSHIONING

Lecture 59 Principle №12. EQUIPOTENTIALITY

Lecture 60 Principle №13. THE OTHER WAY ROUND

Lecture 61 Principle №14. SPHEROIDALITY – CURVATURE

Lecture 62 Principle №15. DYNAMICS

Lecture 63 Principle №16. PARTIAL OR EXCESSIVE ACTIONS

Lecture 64 Principle №17. TRANSITION TO ANOTHER DIMENSION

Lecture 65 Principle №18. MECHANICAL VIBRATION

Lecture 66 Principle №19. PERIODIC ACTION

Lecture 67 Principle №20. CONTINUITY OF USEFUL ACTION

Lecture 68 Principle №21. SKIPPING

Lecture 69 Principle №22. CONVERT HARM INTO BENEFIT

Lecture 70 Principle №23. FEEDBACK

Lecture 71 Principle №24. INTERMEDIARY

Lecture 72 Principle №25. SELF-SERVICE

Lecture 73 Principle №26. COPYING

Lecture 74 Principle №27. CHEAP FRAGILITY IN RETURN FOR EXPENSIVE DURABILITY

Lecture 75 Principle №28. REPLACEMENT OF MECHANICAL SYSTEM

Lecture 76 Principle №29. USE OF PNEUMATIC AND HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES

Lecture 77 Principle №30. USE OF FLEXIBLE SHELLS AND THIN FILMS

Lecture 78 Principle №31. APPLICATION OF POROUS MATERIALS

Lecture 79 Principle №32. CHANGE IN COLOR

Lecture 80 Principle №33. HOMOGENEITY

Lecture 81 Principle №34. DISCARDING AND RECOVERING

Lecture 82 Principle №35. PARAMETER CHANGES

Lecture 83 Principle №36. APPLICATION OF PHASE TRANSITIONS

Lecture 84 Principle №37. APPLICATION OF THERMAL EXPANSION

Lecture 85 Principle №38. APPLICATION OF STRONG OXIDANTS

Lecture 86 Principle №39. APPLICATION OF AN INERT ATMOSPHERE

Lecture 87 Principle №40. APPLICATION OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS

Engineers of all branches.,You should take the course, if you decided to become a professional problem-solver.,You should take the course, if you’re struggling with complex problems in your life.,You should take the course, if you’re not satisfied with using “Trial and Error” method to solve complex problems.

#### Course Information:

Udemy | English | 5h 6m | 8.92 GB
Created by: Dmytro Barylo

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