By Yael Helfman Cohen, Yoram Reich
Presenting a singular biomimetic layout procedure for moving layout recommendations from nature to know-how, this e-book makes a speciality of structure-function styles in nature and complicated modeling instruments derived from TRIZ, the speculation of artistic problem-solving. The e-book contains an intensive literature evaluation on biomimicry as an engine of either innovation and sustainability, and discusses intimately the biomimetic layout approach, present biomimetic layout equipment and instruments. The structural biomimetic layout process for innovation and sustainability recommend during this textual content encompasses (1) the examine technique and reason used to increase and validate this new layout procedure; (2) the advised layout set of rules and instruments together with the locate constitution database, structure-function styles and ideality styles; and (3) analyses of 4 case reviews describing the right way to use the proposed strategy. This publication deals a vital source for designers who desire to use nature as a resource of thought and data, innovators and sustainability specialists, and scientists and researchers, among others.
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96] integrated this functional basis that is enhanced by the E2B thesaurus with a concept generation software model (MEMIC) and presented their computational approach to biologically inspired design. According to this approach, the software accepts a functional input and searches both a biological knowledge base (Textbook of Biology) and an engineering knowledge base (Design repository containing descriptive product information ). The result is more than just locating a biological system as MEMIC generates concept variants for each function–flow pair of the input.
Ii) Evaluate the abstracted model—the abstracted model may be short in description and we may want to consider adding more aspects. For example, if we initially based the model on the organism itself, we may want to include its interaction with other environmental elements. (iii) Evaluate the organism—we may conclude that the organism search was not accurate and deﬁne a new objective search that would lead to new biological models. This iteration is important because sometimes the initial biological system being observed is not the most suitable solution.
1 Searching/Retrieval Methods Finding a biological system among the millions of possibilities is a difﬁcult task. Above the huge quantity of possibilities, engineers usually lack biological knowledge that might be required for this searching process. In addition, the analogical solution may be found in several levels of biological organization, from the molecular to the ecosystem/biosphere levels , so the searching process is even more complicated and time consuming. Studies in lab experiments showed that up to 25 % of out-of-class time may be spent on searching for the biological organism ; It is reasonable to assume that in reality the searching process would be much longer.
Biomimetic Design Method for Innovation and Sustainability by Yael Helfman Cohen, Yoram Reich