Mark I-SUC EA+ Simple reactor setup

  • I was messing around in the reactor planner and made an extremely efficient Mark I-SUC EA+ Reactor. I believe that this is about as good as these types of reactors get. the Neutron reflectors are increasing the output massivley. I know this is an expensive reactor. I dont really mind because i run 4-5 64x64 quarries at max speed at a time. These are also more meant for power generation in creative worlds anyways. This design is extremely easy to remember!I hope you take use in this (opinion) clever design!Please note to have a high voltage transformer in your line,as well as the fact halfway through the cycle you will either have to replace the reflectors or run in a fraction of the power the rest of the time. Also,remember to replace the condensators,or only run this for short cycles.



    Output:2040 EU/t
    Heat Generated:5472
    Excess Heat:0

    Resources needed:
    Tin:490
    Copper:2902
    Rubber:331
    Uranium Ingots:72
    Iron:435
    Coal:288
    Redstone Dust:440
    Glowstone dust:2
    Lapis Lazuli:164


    Look at the design Here: http://www.talonfiremage.pwp.b…f8n26ukz9a9r09m460therny8 (sorry for the terribly long link. I dont know how to create hyperlinks.....)



    Hope it was helpful!


    The post was edited 1 time, last by kcy0511 ().

  • Hmm... it's been almost... what... a week since we've seen one of these?


    LHZ's consume lapis at a prodigious rate. Well in excess of what your quarries will bring in. And it isn't cost effective to UUM it either.


    In brief: Yes, you get over 2k EU/t. No, it isn't worth it, because you don't have the lapis to run more than one full cycle. You will need a diamond chest full of lapis blocks to fuel this beast. And you'll have to pause the machine in order to refill it.


    If you are wanting to pause and rechage it, look at the DDoS or the HVC variant. At least they cycle around static resources rather than just consuming every last bit of lapis that exists.

  • cute a 4280 eu/t
    http://www.talonfiremage.pwp.b…u26e47a4hkquio6n0ugjjho8w
    ...


    also managble with Cooling cells. if you think that you got the timming for it.



    @TS
    improved your design a bit:
    http://www.talonfiremage.pwp.b…uxkr4xx9di3zwk2qsr5772vpc

    Change the scheme, alter the mood. Electrify the boys and girls if you'd be so kind.


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  • I've got clever design as well. And by clever I mean fucking smart. As I stated in other thread:


    Reflectors are for pussies. http://www.talonfiremage.pwp.b…bhtmj61c3n2rjacoobqcvrdhc


    Who cares about 3k lapis each cycle, right ?


    in this design you would have to replace the condensators once for every 100,000 heat absorbed.(hover over condensators) and plus,you would have to replace each of those 14 condesators 130 times! And, the head generated as enough to melt 2 layers of reinforced stone!


  • in this design you would have to replace the condensators once for every 100,000 heat absorbed.(hover over condensators) and plus,you would have to replace each of those 14 condesators 130 times! And, the head generated as enough to melt 2 layers of reinforced stone!


    meh

  • I'm just thinking, from now on all ludicrously impractical designs based on the fact the planner will always tell you an LZH completes the cycle should use plutonium instead of uranium. It's never gonna be built anyway after all.