New element TRBN

  • g86
    18th Feb 2017 Member 7 Permalink

    I don't know,but...Turbine? An electronic solid that generates SPRK when near a particle with a higher velocity  than the TRBN particles temperature.  I m pretty sure TPT does not have a velocity meter, but this could be useful for nuclear reactors and physics. (For instance,a car exploding when a particle is thrown at it at enough speed).  

     

    The element could also have a ctype where it only generates SPRK when the moving particle is the same as its ctype.  For instance, TRBN (STNE) would only generate SPRK when the moving particle is STNE.  It would not react to any other elements.

    Edited 2 times by g86. Last: 18th Feb 2017
  • docRoboRobert
    18th Feb 2017 Member 0 Permalink

    I think this is somewhat usefull. It would be hard to code, beacouse developers would have to add a better velocity system.

  • tptquantum
    18th Feb 2017 Member 1 Permalink

    VSNS? It's a good idea.

  • EaterOfCake
    19th Feb 2017 Member 0 Permalink

    docRoboRobert:

    I think this is somewhat usefull. It would be hard to code, beacouse developers would have to add a better velocity system.

    No new system would be needed, it could just check if the particle temperature < ((vx^2)+(vy^2))^0.5. That's comparitavely simple and would be very useful.

  • LBPHacker
    19th Feb 2017 Member 0 Permalink

    QuanTech didn't link it himself, so I will: https://github.com/simtr/The-Powder-Toy/pull/387

  • handicraftsman
    3rd Mar 2017 Member 0 Permalink

    It would also check for any velocity.

  • NovaStar
    12th May 2017 Member 0 Permalink

    @tptquantum (View Post)

     What the heck do you mean, by VSNS?

  • QuanTech
    12th May 2017 Member 0 Permalink

    @NovaStar (View Post)

     VSNS = Velocity Sensor. Also I closed that pr, so :(

  • docRoboRobert
    12th May 2017 Member 0 Permalink

    Ok, I agree. This isn't that hard to make and it's usefull.

  • agent420
    12th May 2017 Member 0 Permalink

    This needs to be a thing