Laws of Technical Systems Evolution - Dynamic Laws

Dynamic Laws

  • Transition from macro to micro level
The development of working organs proceeds at first on a macro and then a micro level. The transition from macro to micro level is one of the main (if not the main) tendency of the development of modern technical systems. Therefore in studying the solution of inventive problems, special attention should be paid to examining the "macro to micro transition" and the physical effects which have brought this transition about.
  • Increasing the S-Field involvement
Non-S-field systems evolve to S-field systems. Within the class of S-field systems, the fields evolve from mechanical fields to electro-magnetic fields. The dispersion of substances in the S-fields increases. The number of links in the F-fields increases, and the responsiveness of the whole system tends to increase.

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