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mock-up

a working full-scale model of a machine, apparatus, etc., for testing, research, etc.
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mock-up

A model of an object in the course of design, as in a cross section of a window or its parts; built to scale or full size, for studying construction details, judging its appearance, and/or testing performance.
See also: Design
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mock-up

A model of an object in the course of design, as a section of a window or its parts; built to scale or at full size, for purposes of studying construction details, judging appearance, and/or testing performance.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

mock-up

A full-sized imitation of a real device component or a full aircraft. They are built to determine whether all the components will fit as they are designed. They also are used as training aids.
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Guests who arrange a special private viewing of the mock-up will be able to explore the full length of the cabin, from the cutting-edge cockpit to the expansive luggage bay at the rear, which was designed to be fully accessible during flight.
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At the same time MEP designers and contractors also get an opportunity to test their design and systems on our existing mock-up.
Water conservation is enhanced, by the fact that any water generated during the training exercises can be recycled and used again in certain applications, such as when cooling the mock-up's steel structure.
The challenge for Hodge, and exhibition designers Calvin Tsao and Zack McKown, was to bring the inert to life with video footage and balance the models with mock-ups.
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In a 2016 survey conducted by Smith Group JJR of healthcare design professionals, owner's representatives, and owners, 100 percent of the respondents said they used a mock-up process in the past five years.