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Wow, I am slow.
So thank you for your support.
I figured it out by comparing all formulas. The wiki is missing equations for dual and quad, but MauveCloud application source code freaking just kicked in my mind. I don't know why it did not make sense…

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And also 112 seams kind of low for max heat of a quad, since minimum its 96 and it has 4 sides
with an assumption of calculating this
center = 96 + ((1+2+3+4)*4) = 136

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i feel like a slow learner, just difficult to make sense of all these numbers.

maybe this can help me, how does this from the planner code source apply to the calculation you taught me for a single uranium rod
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Ok so i am getting the concept now a little better, but to clarify ill try to do the dual rod 3 rod linear calculation
left => (1+2+3+4)*4

center => (1+2+3+4+5+6)*4
right => same as left

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Ah I see, so a vent is essential for heat unit production. And all vents are qualified for heat unit production I assume. essentially its ok to remove heat as long it is by a vent then. Is ic2 open source? if it is it probably gonna blow my mind to point…

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So essentially this doesnt effect the heat unit production:
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So venting of any kind is just to make sure the reactor runs smoothly.
I noticed that if you don't have any vents heat units will not generate, i have not noticed any change using…

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It is totally normal for the vents to take damage whilst running, the only concerns are ever if they take damage faster than they can cool down again (which applies to anything in a reactor). For uranium reactors all the vents can be suitable, MOX ones…

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I just dont understand why 2 and 3, would they not be both 3 for 3 pulses each for neighbors?

Ok maybe a pulse is like amount of hops between cells like connecting to a site or another computer on a local network, requires hops on the network to…

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What extra info do you need that it doesn't already provide? Also, there are some finicky details that make it impractical to try to calculate everything ahead of time instead of simulating things to find out how well a design works. For example, if…

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3 rods in a line would produce 48 heat:
• Left pulses itself and the middle => (1 + 2) * 4 = 12 Heat
• Middle pulses itself, left then right => (1 + 2 + 3) * 4 = 24 Heat
• Right pulses itself and the middle =>(1 + 2) * 4 = 12 Heat
12 + 24 + 12 = 48 Heat…

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Is there anyways you could help me figure this out a bit more?
So is it actually normal to damage vents in a fluid reactor, or am i supposed to have the an eu reactor then the fluid reactor combination to use that vent.
And if not…

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Also would be good if you could display eu and hu info in the component section when clicking the i of the component

So confused why?

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Hey thank for the reply, one thing that confuses me is yea when it comes to siding.
For your responce of heat dispersement so far all my heat value i believe are even.
I also read this and having a hard time understanding

(Quote from Tutorial: Nuclear…

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Hey MauveCloud,
I am having trouble understanding some of the nuclear design math, been research your code and its somewhat helpful yet there is lots of stuff where i don't understand where to look. Can you please take a look at my topic and help me…

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Ok i actually did some research on MauveCloud's planner code and found something about uranium cell, but still not so sure about the heat consumer devision by side

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A rather compact/simple timer also using RP2, same dependencies as described in OP.
Using this setup you can run your reactor indefinitely, all you have to do is set the timers correctly and replace uranium cells as they expire.
And here we have a handy…

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Heya. Elifre here with a tutorial on making a self-regulating reactor. I got the idea from this thread: