Nuculus
Nuculus
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12th March
17:20:32
The console command stops the polonium from melting. You can use the sign element to select it, then copy and enter it into the console. The turbine require heat and pressure to work. Click water coolant to fill up water, and click neutron beam to start
requiresconsole pressurized neutron electricity nuclear fission realistic polonium reactor

Comments

  • Nuculus
    Nuculus
    15:30:36
    I found a problem that sometimes caused fire in the control panel. It should be resolved now (hopefully)
  • Nuculus
    Nuculus
    11:33:14
    MattyG545 I apologise to the colorblind TPT players. I should have made it easier to see for everyone. But I will make a better marker, or prefill water. If you are not colorblind I apologise for making that assumption :)
  • Nuculus
    Nuculus
    11:03:09
    Right above the gold in the steam generators. coordinates: X430 Y169. Press "D" to see the pointer coordinates top right, if you see them already.
  • MattyG545
    MattyG545
    9:31:00
    Where are the green markers?
  • Nuculus
    Nuculus
    20th March
    Thanks man, that means a lot! Since it's my first upload I didn't expect it to be so well recieved. I'm kinda new to Powdertoy so it feels great to have made a nice contribution :)
  • magnetman33
    magnetman33
    20th March
    It had a good run :) Until you or someone else makes an even better one, I'm saying this is the overall best reactor on tpt :p
  • Nuculus
    Nuculus
    20th March
    Guess the save has now been bumped down from the front page, and its popularity-boom has now faded. I will now say thank you to everyone for all the positive feedback, questions and suggestions and not least for checking out my creation. You are a great bunch. The save will ofc be updated now and then.
  • antont
    antont
    20th March
    Nuculus: Nuculus:
  • Nuculus
    Nuculus
    20th March
    It has heat exchangers and steam generators, BWR's don't have that. It used to have water around the core, but DEUT doesn't boil, so now it looks kinda like pressurized water. And it conduct heat much better. So it can also be a PWR, since the DEUT isn't used as a moderator. The name tag boiler lid was chosen because it saves space, instead of steam generator valve or something, and it's intuitive, but it's not to make the assumption it's a BWR.
  • magnetman33
    magnetman33
    20th March
    BWR reactors literally boil the water on the fuel elements, so this is not that