ApertureTech
ApertureTech
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August 2017
August 2017
A simple idea which I came up with when thinking on the new refrigerant and how it needed something to transfer heat to. This 'fakes' a radiation-only radiator, and comes with a reactor that cools itself down and its WATR thanks to said radiator. Enjoy!
deadly uran meltdown reactor phot radiator heat vent energy

Comments

  • superkirbyfanlover
    superkirbyfanlover
    August 2017
    id:2175118 Here is the fix implemented. Although you say the heat is radiated away by the photons, once they leave the cooled environment, they are useless. Also, if used to cool photo-sensitive areas, it may mess up the electronics. Then what?
  • superkirbyfanlover
    superkirbyfanlover
    August 2017
    You can always place them away from the source (3-4 pixels away)
  • ApertureTech
    ApertureTech
    August 2017
    The photons going everywhere are kind of intended. It's how it "radiates away the heat".
  • Euanwhitehead
    Euanwhitehead
    August 2017
    cool save, if you use polonium and can get something to obsorb the neutrons it is pretty good at creating heat. +1
  • Timothysparrow
    Timothysparrow
    August 2017
    you should use polonium
  • superkirbyfanlover
    superkirbyfanlover
    August 2017
    To prevent all the photons going everywhere, use 2 layers of VOID.
  • sunny1saturday
    sunny1saturday
    August 2017
    wow the most long standing save on tpt FP
  • ApertureTech
    ApertureTech
    August 2017
    I guess that you can regulate the target temperature this way. But if you'd rather NTCT nothing's stopping you from using it.
  • balamcat
    balamcat
    August 2017
    This is great and all... but why not just use ntct?
  • TPTRules
    TPTRules
    August 2017
    wow great job