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  • 3Is=Inquire, Inspire and Innovate
  • this problem does not produce any product. The problem itself is a functionality. It would NOT change functionality but solutions can change.S-curve: it’s more of an evolution solution.Engg. contradiction
  • Part2

    1. 1. Team name: 3Is,Multimedia University (MMU)
    2. 2.  The pipe was leaking.  Because the materials which was being transported was rubbing and knocking onto the insides of the pipe.  The transport material is wood based. Savecosts as the pipe would be long-lasting. Low maintenance cost.
    3. 3. Define Problem Current Situation Identify Causes Develop solutions Implement SolutionsStandardize solutions Next steps
    4. 4. TRANSPORTS Wood basedPipe material
    5. 5. Surface/coating water Pipe Velocity of the waterOrientation Pipe diameter to load ratio
    6. 6. PipeSurface/coating Velocity of the water Orientation Pipe diameter to load ratio
    7. 7.  How can we prevent the pipe from leaking? Improving parameter  Reliability (27) Worsening parameter  Speed (9) Inventive principles:  #35 – parameter changes  Change an object’s physical state  Change the degree of flexibility
    8. 8.  Embed a layer of cushioning on the inner part of the pipe to prevent damage due to knocking/rubbing on the insides of the pipe.

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