I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you have Sulfuric Acid as a Gas when in the real world, it can only exist as a liquid and that's chemistry 101 - any acid can only be a liquid. Please update Mekanism to reflect this - thanks!
Actually in small enough concentrations and at a high enough altitiue Sulfuric Acid can be a gas, its call the dew point.
Hello! I'm having a small problem with the 1.12.2 release of Mekanism. Well, a bit of a confusion really. If I read the Wiki right, a Heat Generator is suppose to put out 500 J if surrounded on all 5 sides with lava. Or 5 J/t per side x 5 sides, 25 J/t .
Passive power can be generated by placing the Heat Generator adjacent to a lava source or flowing lava. For each side that is next to lava, it will generate 100 J/s (5 J/t per side), giving a maximum of 500 J/s of passive power.
The configuration says 2.5 RF per Joule ( D:JoulesToRF=2.5 ) So... 25 / 2.5 is 10 RF/t . I'm only getting 1.42 RF/t. I know the heat generator is surrounded by lava and the fluxduct says it can support up to 1000 RF/t so it's not overloading the wiring. Why am I not getting the full 10RF/t ? I know all 5 sides are surrounded. O.o
But for the amount needed to process ore, it won't be that small. So it will be a liquid and I doubt you're gonna process ore in the mountains.
Seeing as your going to be pedantic about this lets break down real word with a minecraft world.
In minecraft sea level is Y=64. Max build height it Y=256. So your actual altitude at max build height is 192 ( 256 - 64 ). Each block = 1 meter.
For real life ( taking this as a guide/source ) 1,500 meters is considered high altitude.
For every 1 meter (up one block) in ratio from minecraft to real life is ~7.8 meters. To be at a high enough altitude for dew point to take affect is ~38 blocks above seal level - so for dew point to apply in minecraft all you need to do is build at Y=102 and dew point applies.
Or we can treat minecraft as a fictional game with fun mecahnics to play with without needing to be pedantic about things that really doesn't matter at the end of the day.......
I had this issue as well... wanted to use it to power a mob crusher which uses 40 RF/tick and I wasn't getting enough power, so I switched to wind turbines.
Ironically, after I left my Thermoelectric Boiler and returned to it, it went up from where it was before (from about 19 mb/t to 38-39/mb/t per fuelwood heater). Also, I found out the best way to deliver water to it was a reinforced servo on a fluiduct from Thermal. Keeps up and passes the rate of the boil, allowing it to stay full of water. I know they can get hot and not explode, but I prefer not to let all that heat go to waste. Thank goodness for Bonzai Trees or I'd never keep up with the wood demand either!
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