321boom
321boom
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December 2010
July 2015
Sorry for this massive wait! Im back. Couldn't work on it because i am not allowed on computers usualy, but i manage to finish this week. Just spark the red ON button, It is FULL AUTOMATIC, and for the other buttons spark the gray handle.
reactor nuclear fission kilroy notfusion deut power powerplant plant realistic

Comments

  • CGJ369
    CGJ369
    12th November
    I now understand. The only elements that heat up a considerable ammount by being bombarded with neutrons are plut and deut. I still don't understand why you didn't use plutonium, but deuterium instead. the deuterium is only used as a neutron moderator, not the fuel tself. And you could have used actual pressurize water in the tubes, instead of glow, you just needed to get it moving with fan and airblock and pressuried with pump. I tried it, It won't evaporate easly in high pressures.
  • bubble
    bubble
    1st November
    oh wait im dumb it was on pause
  • bubble
    bubble
    1st November
    um im dumb how do i start it?
  • CGJ369
    CGJ369
    20th October
    VERY nice reactor, by the way
  • CGJ369
    CGJ369
    20th October
    I think PWR reactors use pressrized water, so it can get very hot, but not liquid, that water heats up water in another container, witch then moves the turbines. It still uses water to generate the electricity, but why did you use glow instead of pressurized water? And why is there no uranium, how did you heat the glow up?
  • QuanTech
    QuanTech
    15th September
    @skeletoboy when it is off, it is on. And vice versa. Seeeee.. simple
  • skeletoboy
    skeletoboy
    22nd August
    I dont know what is on or off :D i am stupid?
  • damobslayer
    damobslayer
    17th August
    what do the control rods and water valves do?
  • mount2010
    mount2010
    29th July
    @JBOT SCRAM is a emergency lever. PW controls whether power goes out of the station.
  • someguyxdd
    someguyxdd
    8th July
    why he dont added a emergency hotshot to heat the extremely low temperatures