I do have a few issues regarding nuclear energy. Just build my first reactor and was fascinated and a bit afraid at the same time - just like the guys in real life i guess
So i did use this design from another topic:
It said 8.000.0000 EU total.
After the cycle was finished, I but only had like 6.100.000 stored in my EFSU. Are those nearly 2.000.000 missing just due to the loss from my wireing?
I mean the HV Calble has some pretty high loss per block - or lets call in resistance. This starting design puts put out very small enegry packages of 40 EU/T which is not even close to the maximum of the HV canble i used to wire the MFSU with my reactor. I read that you always should try to use wireing fitting to the electric tension you have so minimize the loss.
So what do you think is a clever desing? Put the MFSU just outside the reactor pool and use gold wireing for starting designs?
Also - I am whondering why when i try do do sme designing with the reactorplanner there is always one component red? I tried to build heatbrindges to lead the heat into arrays surrounded by as many cooling cells as possible. I understood that those integrated heatdispensers would even out the heat between adjacent components. So I wonder why one of the adjacent components will melt in seconds while the other one is doing fine?