Okay, I was working on a crazy idea for a CRCS cooling tower, using quad-uranium cells to simulate a nearly empty cell to show heat distribution.
Instead, I get this. Which supposedly works. Even though it shouldn't.
As the observant of you have likely already noticed, this is a modular design, with a cell in the middle of a square with gold fans in the corners, component heat exchangers above and below, and component heat vents on the sides. Then copypasta this six times.
It shouldn't be cooling 96 H/s according to my calculations, however. Each of the heat exchangers should be pulling in 36 H/s, and the component vents each cooling 4/s. In other words, it should only be cooling 80 H/s, not 96. Where is the other 16 cooling per tic coming from? Have I beaten the C00ld0wn's record, or is there a glitch in the system somewhere?
It's a fairly sub-par stand-alone as is. The efficiency sucks, it's an absolute gold hog, and there are other reactors which produce more EU/t. However I don't see why it makes it to the full cycle in the first place.