We understand laboratory feasibility studies as the analysis of implementation options of a project on the basis of given guidelines and constraints. The project study on the other hand shows general possibilities, without checking the feasibility in concrete consideration of specific circumstances.
Thus, the feasibility study asks: Is it possible to realize the project under the given conditions?
The project study asks: What are possible ways to implement the idea?
The feasibility study can be part of a project study or can be conducted afterwards.
Examples for laboratory feasibility studies:
The laboratory feasibility study can answer questions from the following areas:
Note: The definition of the project study and the feasibility study is imperative only for our activities in the context of laboratories and laboratory projects and is not generally binding.