I need a MOX reactor with maximum efficiency using quad rods and four iridium neutron reflectors. However, I can't get the heat out of it in any way.
It may well be impossible. Well, I agree to three neutron reflectors, but I do not know how to build a heat removal path so that the first contact element does not burn out.
So far, I have only achieved the construction of a stable circuit with two reflectors and an efficiency of 24.92:
By the way, I have 54 liquid (10 Stirling generators each) uranium reactors with an efficiency of 7 (half of them are iridium neutron reflectors) and a total power of 27.6 kEU/t.
Therefore, I would like to build moss reactors also with maximum efficiency.