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(UPDATED & WORKING) This server is right for everyone who seeks modded Minecraft that includes engineering mods like IC2 and Immersive Engineering. This server is available 24/7 and has included server help.
Mod List : All mods are shown in the image attached (below are the main mods)
· Industrial Craft 2
· Vending Block Mod
Forge : 184.108.40.20680 (1.12.2)
· Always respect others and play nice!
· NO Nukes Allowed or you will be banned. Grief Protection / Land Claimed enabled
· Have fun!
IP Address : 220.127.116.11:40225
Mods Attached are personally made and cannot be found online : Author Chocohead
Download All Mods Here : Download Zipped Mods Folder
For further questions please comment down below or contact Chocohead or myself via direct message. For the EU-Mj converting mod listed below please contract myself of Chocohead.
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I am getting errors and I am unsure how the functions work. I am wanting to link a nuclear reactor to just get basic information. I do have the micro transducer card linked and in the industrial peripheral module. I figure I would have to wrap the peripheral module. When I do so every function comes back with zero data (nil)
I have read in other forums that it is possible to connect a reactor via modem and networking cable. I am curious what version of IC2 and ComputerCraft this might be.
Here are some screen shots of what I mean. If you have any knowledge on Nuclear Reactor Control with ComputerCraft, please give me some insight, thanks! I am somewhat savvy with lua.
reactor = peripheral.wrap("right")
--Nuclear Reactor Adjacent to the computer just for this situation
I receive the error that the reactor is nil. Therefore it does not see the peripheral. Help!
Does the newest version of ComputerCraft 1.12.2 allow a hard wire connection with modem to link a IC2 nuclear reactor as a peripheral?
If so, I have heard of people using that API to connect a reactor and use different functions such as ".getHeat()" etc. However, with my experience in 1.7.10 I am not able to connect a reactor via modem.
wait I just found it, thank you!!
Thank you so much, this helps alot! One more question is; will I need 991 heat extraction to run it without overheating? I have to 4 liquid heat exchangers that take and use 400 hu total. Would I just double this to take 800?
I do have reactor planner v3 however, I only see "output" in units of Eu/t
Hello, I do have some questions about fluid reactor core design. My goal is to have a Rankine Cycle with superheated steam.
Set up so far: I have a closed loop for hot/cold coolant that transfers heat to two liquid heat exchangers (both 100 Hu/t) to support the steam generator at 220 Bar pressure and get superheated steam. Then this is hook to a "High pressure" steam turbine then straight in to a "intermediate pressure" steam turbine and followed by a condenser. This is creates a small loop for distilled water between these components and the steam generator. I can supply pictures soon if needed.
The main issue: I cannot seem to create a core design that only outputs 400 Hu/t. I need multiples of 200 due to what the cooling cycle can support.
If you can help me with a core design to do so, that would be amazing!