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    Title: Integration QFD and TRIZ Methods for Technology Evolution Analyzing and Trends Forecasting: Using Hot-dip Galvanized Anti-corrosion Project as an Example
    Other Titles: 整合QFD和TRIZ方法之科技創新演進趨勢研究:以熱浸鍍鋅防蝕工程為例
    Authors: Lin, Chang-ching;Liu, Kai-min;Wang, Bo-kai
    Contributors: 淡江大學管理科學學系
    Keywords: Hot-dip Galvanized Engineering;QFD;TRIZ;Technology Evolution Trends Analysis;S curve
    Date: 2011-01
    Issue Date: 2011-12-14 15:40:06 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Kaohsiung Society for Management of Technology
    Abstract: This study analyzes the problem of systematic innovative method which is applied to equipments and technology of Hot-dip galvanized anti-corrosion process. This research is based on integrated design concepts from expert opinions and customer needs from Quality Function Deployment (QFD) analyzing method. Through the proposed procedure, we can efficiently convert design concepts and customer needs to technological needs and quickly find the main designing trends and solutions for improving the equipments and the technology. The technology prediction theories involved include the theory of universal application of TRIZ contradiction to improve the technical issues, the trend study of technology evolution trend line, and the technology trend of system S curve.
    Relation: Innovation Management Review 2(1), pp.97-120
    Appears in Collections:[Department of Management Sciences] Journal Article

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