Q4b: What if the prototype is too big to be built, and require special
tools? In my case, for instance, I have a device for generating an aerodynamic
lift which is difficult (for a normal person) to built but relatively easy
to prove it works with the modern CFD (computed fluid dynamic) softwares.
This software can predict the exact behaviour of the device. Any big aircraft
manufacturer have access to a CFD software and will be able to check,
in a few days, if the device works or not. Would this substitute the prototype?
A: The question is: how much work do you want to force on the evaluator/
prospective acquirer? The more you expect, the worse your odds of acceptance.
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