Enhancing Adaptability Features of Electronics in Instrumentation Hardware with TRIZ

Uyar E. B. , ÖZTÜRK N.

11th International Conference on Electrical and Electronics Engineering (ELECO), Bursa, Türkiye, 28 - 30 Kasım 2019, ss.527-531 identifier identifier


The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ) argues that all engineering systems follow the same systematic evolution laws and aims to assist human creativity for developing inventive solutions to technical problems. It is observed that TRIZ tools such as "contradiction matrix" are frequently used by many engineering disciplines, while its applications in the field of electrical and electronics engineering are rare. Since the essence of TRIZ depends on the "collective experience", more applications in the field of electronic design is needed to support this accumulation. This study addresses this need by using TRIZ tools to examine the resolution of the contradictions that emerge while enhancing the adaptability of instrumentation hardware. TRIZ tools are used to formulate the problem model and obtain a solution framework consisting of inventive principles. These principles have been interpreted for the desired technical system to improve adaptability features.