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  • people in the car Many industries born from inventively looking at how waste can be not only recycled but also put to good use If something does not work well ask where else would this limited effect be useful You can even increase the harm to create benefit such as making enough flammable waste gasses to heat the building Site Menu Home Top Settings Tools All Definition Ideation Selection Implementation

    Original URL path: http://creatingminds.org/tools/triz/principles/principle_22.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • thermostat being used to control temperature You can also reverse feedback perhaps to exaggerate or accelerate change or to cancel out an undesirable effect Pop stars use positive feedback to create howling guitar noises People who like silence can use noise cancelling feedback 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

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  • you have the option of either adding a new part or temporarily bringing in something to perform the action To remove liquid from a vessel you can build in a tipping mechanism or bring in a pump when it is needed 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

    Original URL path: http://creatingminds.org/tools/triz/principles/principle_24.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • a hole into which a tube must fit very snugly you might be able to get the tube to drill the hole itself by heating or sharpening the end perhaps in combination with another principle such as vibration 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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  • some sort Once you have a copy you can change it different ways to achieve the desired benefit Image intensifiers work by taking a copy of the light available and amplifying it It may for example be easier to measure a copy of an object than the object itself 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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  • works for the moment This is a principle than has been used many times to create a disposable society From Gillette s razor blades onwards many inventors have found that a lucrative income can be created with cheap devices that people buy regularly 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

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  • subjects can improve the system You can even replace physical systems with invisible effects for example replacing wheels on a train by a magnetic lift system You can also create different effects by varying fields such as using high frequencies or pulsing 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

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  • 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 18 Mechanical vibration Vibration is effectively a way of injecting energy into an object which can break 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 19 Periodic action A vibration is a constant series of energy bursts We can also put gaps between those energy bursts to create Periodic action If you are using continuous force pulsed energy can be 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 20 Continuity of useful action Not all parts of all machines are being optimally used all of the time We can thus improve matters by reducing this idle time 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 21 Rushing through Doing things at high speed reduces the time during which problems may 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 22 Convert harm into benefit Sometimes harmful or undesired effects such as the creation of waste result from the process A simple conversion of harm to benefit is when the heat from a vehicle engine is used to warm the people in the car Many industries born from inventively looking at how waste can be not only recycled but also put to good use If something does not work well ask where else would this limited effect be useful You can even increase the harm to create benefit such as making enough flammable waste gasses to heat the building 23 Feedback Feedback is taking or sensing the output of a system and using this to change events which happen before such as a thermostat being used to control temperature You can also reverse feedback perhaps to exaggerate or accelerate change or to cancel out an undesirable effect Pop stars use positive feedback to create howling guitar noises People who like silence can use noise cancelling feedback 24 Mediator Sometimes you need an action carried out which cannot easily be done by the system as it is In this case you have the option of either adding a new part

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