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Wednesday, January 4th 2012, 3:35am

[Tutorial Request] Full Nuclear Power Plant

Hello! I am have just started using Industrial craft and i am already learned basics like wire n stuff, so i m looking for to move forward to nuclear power plants.

So i am looking for a FULL AND CLEAR Nuclear power plant tutorial. I couldn't find any after browsing google and youtube for 2 hours.

i would be more than happy if someone could make that, =)

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Wednesday, January 4th 2012, 3:50am

You mustn't have been searching very well then. :P

I'd recommending either playing around in creative, after reading the wiki, specifically the page titled Tutorial: Nuclear Power, or perhaps lets play videos, so you can see what to click and where to click stuff.

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Wednesday, January 4th 2012, 1:36pm

If you can't find tutorial clear enough for you to understand, perhaps nuclear engineering isn't for you. There are plenty of tutorials out there. wiki.industrial-craft.net - I think tutorial there is good enough. Also http://forum.industrial-craft.net/index.…ad&threadID=446.
I say !

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Wednesday, January 4th 2012, 6:58pm

Yea, i have found plenty of those text tutorials but they are not clear enough for me who isn't studying nuclear physics =) Thou i am interested about it :))

If you find any tutorials you could link them here and i check em _Tim_ :P

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Wednesday, January 4th 2012, 7:49pm

Oh this isn't anywhere near real nuke physics level. The reactors in IC2 are merely puzzles you must solve relating to numbers that move between related blocks and rules for reducing those numbers. /real/ nuclear physics involves knowing the effects of different types of radiation on material composition and subsequent performance; as well as the effect that has on further changes in radiation propagation and production. Real reactors are very much rocket science and art level undertakings. Grow a pair, read up on the reactor planner and designs and other threads and get an idea how to play the game.
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Wednesday, January 4th 2012, 8:26pm

Yea, i have found plenty of those text tutorials but they are not clear enough for me who isn't studying nuclear physics =) Thou i am interested about it :))
As i said, maybe it's just not for you. Find recommended reactor design around here and use it for your own reactor.
I say !

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Wednesday, January 4th 2012, 8:27pm

Yea, i have found plenty of those text tutorials but they are not clear enough for me who isn't studying nuclear physics =) Thou i am interested about it :))

If you find any tutorials you could link them here and i check em _Tim_ :P


than you really haven't looked. there's *plenty* of designs that give *exact* listings of what goes where. Just find a nice MK-1 design, build it and make sure the reactor is surrounded by water.

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