Hello! I`ve been playing with HDTV reactors, like listed on Page 6 of this thread.
I like that type of MOX reactors because it's easy to operate, especially if don't automate them.
I decided to share my designs:
1. Reactors without reflectors:
1.1. 4-Chamber Reactor, 2 Quad MOX Cells:
1.2. 5-Chamber Reactor, 4 Double MOX Cells (a bit cheaper than Blackpalt`s on Page 6 of this thread):
1.3. 6-Chamber Reactor, 5 Quad MOX Cells (cheaper than Zombie`s design on Page 6 of this thread):
Looking at 0-Chamber Reactor at Page 6, thought “why can’t we do this?”:
1.4. 6-Chamber Reactor, 4 Double MOX Cells + 10 Single MOX Cells:
1.5. 6-Chamber Reactor, 10 Double MOX Cells (posted by Peter Li in comments: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cog6Ugo7XXc):
1.6. 6-Chamber Reactor, 2 Quad MOX Cells + Double MOX Cell:
2. Reactors with reflectors:
2.1. 3-Chamber Reactor, 4 Single MOX Cells + 4 Reflectors (diamond free):
2.2. 3-Chamber Reactor, 1 Quad MOX Cell + 2 Reflectors:
Same as previous one, but bigger and cheaper:
2.3. 4-Chamber Reactor, 1 Quad MOX Cell + 2 Reflectors:
2.4. 5-Chamber Reactor, Quad MOX Cell + Double MOX Cell + 2 Reflectors:
Same as previous one, but bigger and cheaper (I feel like it can be even better):
2.5. 6-Chamber Reactor, Quad MOX Cell + Double MOX Cell + 2 Reflectors:
Tried to make last five compatible with simple "hopper automation" for loading reflectors.
(WARNING: Hot MOX reactors will burn wooden chests!)
I hear somebody saying that reflectors are expensive, but I am thinking about this:
burning copper and tin for power, and a lot of power... why not? And with MOX it is even better!
P.S.: I'm sorry if my bad English is hurting your ears...