The Application of the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ) to the Creative Engineering Design for the Cooling System of Disc Brakes
With the application of the TRIZ tool, this study attempts to solve the problem of defective brakes, as caused by the high temperature created during the friction between the brake pad and disc, for creative design and discussion. During the process of design, the design and discussion of function analysis, substance-field analysis, design discussion and improvement of 76 standard solutions, discussion of opportunity recognition, and design and discussion of 39 engineering parameters and 40 invention principles, are used for a series of analysis.Finally, the separate and water cooled disc braking system is used to provide the possibility and reference for the creative engineering design and patent of relevant industries.
Keywords: TRIZ, braking system, disc, cooling
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