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How Many Energy Changes Do You Make?

26/09/2010 |

Jack Hipple

There are some fundamental laws of science and engineering that are never violated. One of these says that every time you change energy from one form to another, you lose. The most efficient use of energy is to take … Read More

The Bias-Sphere and the Lowest Energy State: Bathed in Mediocrity

01/03/2007 |

Michael S. Slocum

Each one of us operates within a set of constraints that is defined by a complex intersection of biases that we have accumulated. Let’s call this space our Bias-Sphere. These biases come from various sources: our educational background, … Read More

The Energy of Innovation: A Leadership Perspective

20/07/2006 |

Prepared by Anja-Karina Pahl Dale S. Deardorff DM. November 2005 Ongoing Discussion Host: Bill Bellows ( for Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne’s Enterprise Thinking Network

Anja-Karina Pahl University of Bath, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering – Claverton Down, UK

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The TRIZ Give Way to the Wind, and Give the Wind Away: A Repeatable Process for Improving Sustainable Wind Energy Generation

15/06/2005 |

Authors Isak Bukhman, TRIZ Master, Chief Methodology Specialist, Invention Machine Stephen Brown, Vice President Strategic Marketing, Invention Machine Corp.

Abstract Given the fast growing population and the ever increasing consumption of resources it is imperative that breakthrough innovations make alternative … Read More

Wind Energy Evolution And Expectations: A typical case of gigantism.

09/01/2004 |

1. Introduction A technological system evolves through periods of infancy, growth, maturity and deline. Figure

Let’s compare the different renewable energies (and their S-curve), which are formed by: -Hydraulic energy. (Old Age period) -Wind energy. (Growth period) -Solar energy. … Read More