Skavier kindly asked me not to post in his threads, so I will use it as an excuse to start a new one
Here is my suggestion for new reactor notation. It is supposed to be informative, and cover all known types (that make sense). It is similar to usual electronic components designations.
Notation starts with number, equal to reactor EU/t when it is on. Can be omitted for breeder.
Then reactor type and effectivity
E## - energy reactor. ## is effectivity, in eu/t per single uranium cell.
B## - breeder. ## how many cells are bred per cycle. If more than one uranium cells is used up per cycle, then it is followed by /#, where # is number of cells.
Optionally, "adjusted" effectivity can be written as "/##" after or instead of effectivity number. Adjusted effectivity takes into account energy cost of used up materials - 180k EU per UU used for making copper, iron, lapis etc.
N## - (optional) reactor is using up neutron reflectors. ## is how many single reflectors used up per cycle (also optional).
L## - reactor is using lapis for condensators. ## is how many used per cycle (optional).
C## - reactor is using extra reactors for cooling Cooling Cells. ## is how many seconds between single cell should be completely recharged, on average (optional).
M## - microcyle reactor, uses timer or some other mean to limit working time. ## is ratio of total time (working and cooling) to working time
For better readability, spaces or "-" can be used between parts, and letters can be replaced with small.
B48 - breeder that breeds 48 cells per cycle, using one full cell
B200/2 - breeder that breeds 200 cells per cycle using 2 full cells
4000E20/12L2500 - reactor that generate 4000 eu/t, at 20eu/t per single cell (or 40 eu/t per quad), using 2500 of Lapis condensators refueling. Can be alternatively written as
4000E20 L2500, E20L, 4000EL, 4000E20-L2500, E/12L etc
140E35N16 - reactor with 4 quad neutron reflectors around one quad uranium cell.
Alternatively can be written as 140EN or 140E35-N
Types of reactor can be referred simply as E (energy, without consumed parts except uranium cells), EN (energy with reflectors used), EL, EC, EM or B.