I am fairly new to the Nuclear Reactor Design and have played around with a quite a few builds that I have seen here from the very informative post of HAYO! Corp (Skavier470) and ShneekeyTheLost, and a few I came up with the help of the Reactor planner(Not as efficient as what have been posted).
One of my large projects was to create a LZH Reactor and repair the LZH condensators, I quickly learned that this is not at all viable on survival due to the amount of Lapis required. I read a few threads on CRCS Reactors and started building a few small reactors to see how the cooling works.
The problem I am having now is that the heat from the 60k coolant cells are moved around in the Cooling tower and never dissipates completely. This is the design.
From what I gather, the Component Heat Exchanger moves the heat between Coolant Cell and the adjacent Overclocked Heat Vents, creating a loop of heat being passed back and forth.
I have tried the other Grid Layout of Component heat Vents (here), but the rate at which heat is removed is 3-5 heat per Coolant Cell, which is very slow. With this method I did manage to setup a working reactor with two 6 chamber coolant towers hooked up to an AE system. But there are long periods where the reactor is inactive due to cells being cooled.
Hopefully someone with more knowledge will be able to provide some helpful information.
Thanks in advance