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  • forms We can use ball bearings to reduce friction bend metal smoothly to retain strength or move things around in smooth curves rather than angular jerks Where there already is curvature change the radius or let a flat curve take off into another dimension Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters Links Settings Contact About Students Feedback Changes Settings Computer layout

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  • things are fixed then when their environment changes they are unable to cope well with the change Dynamicity means creating systems which are able to cope with change and intrusions from outside it Separating parts using suspension systems flexible connections and cushioning all are methods of achieving dynamicity Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters Links Settings Contact About Students Feedback

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  • or even more than 100 and to what degree you can do this Animals cope with varying food supplies by storing food that is not needed now as body fat which can also double up as insulation or slowing down their metabolic rate such as by hibernating or sleeping Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters Links Settings Contact About Students

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  • using a second or third dimension Go upwards sideways or around corners Reflect energy bend metal change your route You can also move dimensions by rotating the object changing your viewpoint or even changing the number of objects Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters Links Settings Contact About Students Feedback Changes Settings Computer layout Mobile layout Small font Medium font

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  • it away from other things or allow it to be moved bounced easily You can do this by shaking vibrating sound waves or ultrasonics By varying both the frequency and amplitude you can create different effects Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters Links Settings Contact About Students Feedback Changes Settings Computer layout Mobile layout Small font Medium font Large font

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  • more effective this is what a hammer drill does You can change the force how long it is applied and how long between each application Rear cycle lamps were once all constantly red then someone came up with the idea of a flashing light which not only saves energy it also attracts motorists attention Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters

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  • or putting it to better use For example a reciprocating saw has a dead time at the end of each stroke which is eliminated by the circular saw An alternative may be to put the reciprocation to good use such as actuating a pump which removes the sawdust Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters Links Settings Contact About Students Feedback

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  • occur For example if you are cutting a soft material slowly it will deform making the cutting a difficult job By doing it very fast the material does not have time to deform Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation Full Book Articles Quotes Quoters Links Settings Contact About Students Feedback Changes Settings Computer layout Mobile layout Small font Medium font Large font Translate And here

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