I am just doing some planning internal designs for my fluid reactor, and having hard time to find raw math of how each component works and how exactly it all works.
What I found during my research so far is this.
- Pulse count: single = 1, double = 2, quad = 3 1 head = 40 hu
- single cell no adjacent heat calculation = 4 initial heat * 3 for triangular * pulse count total
- heat calculation for all cells that are together = 3 for triangle * (pulse count + number of adjacent fuel or reflector)* 4 initial heat * (cell value like single:1, double: 2, quad:4))* cell count
- total heat calculation for one single uranium cell adjacent to other reflective components
= 3 for triangle * (pulse count + amount of reflective components adjacent) * 4 initial heat * cell value
ok i read MauveClouds planner code and understood this gist
int pulses = countNeutronNeighbors() + 1;
int heat = 2 * pulses * (pulses + 1);
heat dispersement per absorbing component adjacent to fuel
- x4 = cell heat/4
- x3 = cell heat/2
- x2 = cell heat
also somewhere I read that one single plutonium cell supposed to be 4 heat but based on this calculation its 12 heat. What am I missing, would be nice if someone could provide all the math for the internal portion of nuclear reactor