Thermoelectric Boiler (Mekanism)
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The Thermoelectric Boiler is a multiblock used to produce vast amounts of steam if supplied with big quantity of Heat and Water. It can be used as an intermediate step between a Fusion Reactor (Mekanism) and the Industrial Turbine, to greatly increase fuel efficiency and energy output.
The Boiler is a multiblock that has a minimum size of (3x3x4) and a maximum, like all other Mekanism multiblocks of (18x18x18).
It consists of 3 major parts:
- the water tank, containing the superheating elements
- the pressure disperser layer
- the steam tank
The maximum steam production is limited by:
MaxFlow(mb/t) = Water capacity(mb) = ((volume of water tank) - (number of superheaters)) * 16'000mb
MaxFlow(mb/t) = Steam capacity(mb) = (volume of steam tank) * 160'000mb
MaxBoil(mb/t) = (number of superheaters) * 100'000mb/t
Whichever of these 3 is the smallest is your limit.
The Water tank accounts for ALL the blocks below the Pressure disperser layer, including but not limited to the outer casings!
The Steam tank accounts for ALL the blocks above the Pressure disperser layer, including but not limited to the outer casings!