http://test.vendaria.net/index…XHXXCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (change outward cooling to none)
How to use it?
First thing you need to do is to heat it up. To see the temperature watch the energy generated. Energy/4 = current heat. For example if you want to run it at 6k heat, let it produce 24k energy.
At this point, the reactor and the "thermometer"-disperser on the top right will each have taken 6k heat. The top right disperser is your thermometer to see how far up the heat is. Good to see if it goes critical.
At the desired temperature swap in two heat dispersers in the middle for the coolant cells, so it should look like this: http://test.vendaria.net/index…XHXXCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Now the reactor will stay exactly at its heat. BUT you have to switch coolants from time to time. If you run at 6k heat, you have to switch all 8 cells and 2 dispersers after about 1400 seconds.
Cool them down in a second reactor that looks like this: http://test.vendaria.net/index…XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
The big advantage of this type of reactor, is that you can stop it at anytime without loosing the heat, by just shutting it down and removing the 2 dispersers between the coolants. the thermometer stays in.
This way you wont have to heat it up every time before you use it.
This is a Picture of a reactor working at over 9k heat. Thx to tuck for providing the picture. (At 9k heat you have to switch stuff after 2140 seconds) Time to switch = Heat of reactor / 4.2
I hope you think this is at least a bit useful.
[Edit] I tested this reactor design at over 9k heat for over 2h now, i didnt get 1 lava or fire nor a meltdown of any kind. At this temperature you can make 4 uranium cells with just 1 cell.