I assure NO parts melts, even single one.
I just got idea to put heat dispensers in neighbourhood of 2 plates, to prevent those situations (my projects before had there cooling cells, and they had to be replaced).
Demork: Nice simplification, but it relies on external cooling. Mine is 9001% safe regardless of external conditions. Just use my design ;]
And... Does not melt, only thing You could call that is melting is uranium cell (making EU :P)
Why nothing melts? Sometimes I watch reactor (just for sure), even if it was about to end cycle, everything had nice green bar or even no bar at all
Why doesn't melt seriously? Heat dispensers: Are damn awesome. Its just made to balance heat among EVERY SINGLE damn component. It is impossible to melt one part. None of them melts or whole reactor goes down :] Thats the magic, bro!
Now I am thinking about external cooling too. I already calculated that... 6 chambered reactor + water around it (where it works, that is 3x3 area around main chamber only) is 33 heat dispensing. Replacing chamber with water makes it one heat point more (ex. 3 chamber reactor + water is 30 cooling).
Its 1 point of cooling per water, 2 per chamber and 1 is reactor itself. So its 1+20+6*2 = 33 (just do 3*3*3 is 27 and subtract reactor and 6 chambers, 20 water must surround).
I used it in theoretical Eff 3 reactor. It seems legit and even cools down! 3 chambers and 12kk total ;]