Feasibility study (disambiguation)
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A feasibility study is a process that defines exactly what a project is and what strategic issues need to be considered to assess its feasibility, or likelihood of succeeding.
Feasibility study may also refer to:
- Feasibility study, an evaluation and analysis of the potential of a proposed project
- "A Feasibility Study", a 1964 episode of The Outer Limits
- "Feasibility Study" (The Outer Limits), a 1997 remake of the above episode
- Mining feasibility study, an evaluation of a proposed mining project to determine whether the mineral resource can be mined economically
- Severn Tidal Power Feasibility Study, a UK Government feasibility study into a tidal power project
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