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After testing all models and identifying the most effective one, we moved on to the next exciting stage of our project: creating a real prototype to be installed on a vehicle. Our chosen material for this task was aircraft-grade aluminum, recognized for its lightweight and durable properties, making it an excellent choice to withstand vehicle and train winds speeds of up to 200 km/h.

The prototype design included the electrical turbine and the necessary components to ensure a seamless connection with the wind speed. With the design in place, the detailed drawings were then sent to a factory for production.

However, due to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the production process took longer than usual. Nevertheless, after waiting for about three months, the production phase was finally completed.

Despite the challenges, we remained committed to our vision and eagerly awaited the completion of our real, physical prototype. This aircraft-grade aluminum prototype represented a significant stride forward in our project, bringing us one step closer to real-world testing and implementation. The journey from design to reality was filled with anticipation and excitement as we were eager to witness our concept come to life and undergo its first real-world tests.