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TRIZ Porous Materials Principle

TRIZ, or "theory of inventive problem solving," is said to be the next evolutionary step in creating an organized and systematic approach to problem-solving. One of the principals of TRIZ is the use of porous materials. Porous materials allow some substances through them and block others, which allows them to be used for separating and filtering out desired or undesirable elements. As with mops, they also can be used for absorbing and collecting liquids or gases, which can subsequently be released in a controlled manner as required. Where porosity is an undesirable effect, then you may want to clog up the pores rather than allow anything through. However, for those problem-solvers who are looking for a more porous solution, porous materials may be just what you need.

One of the principals of TRIZ is the use of porous materials. Porous materials allow some substances through them and block others, which allows them to be used for separ

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