I developed new methods to measure characteristic values for globally critical issues. These new methods are described in detail in a patent application I filed last year. The patent application is hard to read even for scientists. I now want to publish the most important of these new methods in a series of shorter and (where possible) simpler papers. The main function is to "market" the science, such that it gets a lot of traction, creates cooperation and can be implemented ASAP. For one of these methods, the "harder to read" section (with some formulas) cannot be reduced to less than about 11 pages without becoming un-understandable. For many journals that is already too long. The option I have in mind is to include the entire "harder to read" section under "supplementary materials", only accessible online and to write a much shorter "main text" for the printed paper section. The advantage would be that the main text would be much easier to read, resulting in many more people actually reading it (my objective). The issue with this approach is that the reader would need to believe that what I say in the shorter "main text" is correct, since only reading the "supplementary materials" would explain it.
Is this the best approach? I would appreciate it to get recommendations on how to best do this.
Thanks for your help.