Study of New Wall Materials Design Based on TRIZ Integrated Innovation Method
New wall materials alleviate the problems of high energy consumption and heavy pollution in the production process through the forms of new natural raw materials, energy conservation, land conservation, waste utilization, etc.. In this paper, design of new building wall materials is achieved through the integrated innovation method of Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ), Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), and Quality Function Deployment (QFD). Technical contradictions and physical contradictions in various stages of product design and production are resolved from the perspectives of user survey, R & D design, manufacturing, marketing. According to the different advantages of TRIZ, TAM and QFD in various stages of product, new wall material products of Guizhou Long Life Forestry Group are used as an example, with the integrated innovation method, the company’s new wall materials products are designed, and green, environmental, economical series wall materials products are designed and marketed in China.
Key words: TRIZ; TAM; QFD; New building materials; Integrated innovation method
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