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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002623||Industrial-Craft²||nuclear reactor and anything associated||public||2019-10-08 18:08||2020-08-03 12:25|
|Summary||0002623: Fluid reactor may instantly explode if restored after heat damage and cannot be cooled until restored.|
|Description||I have made a basic reactor setup to test different fluid reactor designs.|
When they overheat and break the reactor, nothing happens at first,
but when I restore the multiblock, the reactor explodes near-instantly,
which means the reactor had less than 100% when it broke, but more than 100% when it got restored for some reason.
Inserting platings before fixing the reactor prevents this.
Additionally, the heat of the reactor when it temporarily reverts to a EU reactor is a copy of the fluid reactor's heat,
by which I mean that cooling the EU reactor does not cool the fluid reactor, so repeatedly fixing and breaking the fluid reactor results in infinite heat in the EU reactor
|Steps To Reproduce||1. Build a fluid reactor|
2. Let it run hot without exploding. Not all setups are affected. I am not sure which ones are and why, but the one I use is consistently affected.
3. Do whatever you want with the EU reactor, unless you dismantle it or add plating, it doesn't matter what you do.
4. Restore the fluid reactor.
5. It explodes
5b. If you added plating in 3, keep breaking and fixing the reactor for infinite (EU) heat
|Additional Information||IC2E 2.8.187-ex112|
I'll attach a screenshot of the consistently exploding setup.
I have added two "Heat-Capacity Reactor Plating" to my design to try and mitigate this bug. This failed as a work-around.
After overheating (one of the pressure blocks turned to lava) I inserted two "Heat-Capacity Reactor Plating". The reactor exploded and took most of the multiblocks with it.
In previous attempts, the explosion was not as bad if the "Heat-Capacity Reactor Plating" were not added.