Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 40, Issue 2, pp 165–169 | Cite as

The problem of evaluating inventions in manufacturing products made of chemical fibres

  • O. N. Zotikova
  • A. L. Lebedev


In creating a broad spectrum of textile materials, technologies, and techniques with comparable functional applications, methods of assessing the overall quality indexes of the line, the technologies, techniques, and economics of inventions and selecting the priority inventions are required. Based on an evaluation of the inventions with the results of consolidated indexes of technical and economic constituents, organization of the preferred means for its innovative development and adoption of promising or rejection of unsuitable inventions can be recommended. These methods can be differentiated as a function of the phase and environment of the novel process, the type of inventions and specific features of developing them, and their expansion and use. The main purpose of such methods is to define the mechanism of manufacture and tools for processing data on the inventions developed relative to the concrete social and organizational environment of their implementation and the character of their interaction. One of the advantages of the proposed method of evaluating overall product quality indexes is the possibility of assessing the level of development of inventions and preparing for their presentation in the shortest time possible. Plausible presentation of the economic advantages of marketing the creation and use of high-tech inventions can favor successful conclusion of contracts with clients. The accessibility for mastering the method allows personnel of the organizations, in particular, the workers in design-economic departments, to evaluate inventions and select the priority inventions recommended for development and implementation relative to concrete plants.


Quality Index Textile Material Related Invention Chemical Fibre Altered Product 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • O. N. Zotikova
    • 1
  • A. L. Lebedev
    • 1
  1. 1.Moscow State Textile UniversityMoscowRussia

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