Kasuha Posted April 9, 2017 Share Posted April 9, 2017 After learning that you cannot warm up or cool down gas or liquid coming through a pipe while that gas/liquid happily cools or warms whatever is around the pipe, I made this. Behold, a passive carbon dioxide disposal chamber. No energy required, just route carbon dioxide in and get it stored in safe chunks of solid carbon dioxide. The chamber contains a looped pipe which I filled with hydrogen at about -80 C. The pipe goes through a valve which keeps the gas in motion and that contiunuously resets its temperature to whatever it was when the pipe was filled. With this (and as long as you don't mind using it) there's no point bothering with wheezeworts. Keeping a room or a pool at certain temperature doesn't need anything more than a gas pipe containing hydrogen at required temperature, a valve or a pipe bridge that keeps it in motion, and a bit of patience till the surrounding gas/liquid accepts the temperature. I seriously hope devs will do something about it soon but to be honest, it's fun while it lasts Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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