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I made a bug report on this but perhaps some one can explain this glitch

I was experimenting on a new oil boiler design when the radiant pipes started to randomly heat up IN A VACUUM! 

not only did it cause some of the pipes to break with -10C oil to pass though it but they heat up so much that the gold pipes started to melt

Where is the heat coming from?

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I already have the pipe freezing trouble, it's a problem of debug mode, it's not the liquid the problem but the pipe, sometime when you create a pipe in debug mode depending of the material you choose, your pipe is probably really cold, it's not a problem with gasses but it's cause freezing when you work in vacuum

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1 minute ago, Flydo said:

I already have the pipe freezing trouble, it's a problem of debug mode, it's not the liquid the problem but the pipe, sometime when you create a pipe in debug mode depending of the material you choose, your pipe is probably really cold, it's not a problem with gasses but it's cause freezing when you work in vacuum

are you saying they were created hot?

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It could be but with your picture it's don't look like this.

But i see a lot of strange thing happen when working in vaccuum, maybe dev don't work much on it cause much of people don't use so much vacuum

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3 minutes ago, Neotuck said:

it's suppose to be a perfect insulator 

It's a perfect insulator but i discover that when pipe go trough it some bug can appear it

 

Edit:   already have freezing trouble in pipe in vacuum, check the temp pipe and liquid before and after but my petroleum mysteriouly reach the absolute zero in vacuum

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1 minute ago, Neotuck said:

guess I'll have to wait till the bug is fixed before I'll get to see if the boiler works :(

I guess

Did you think about the new heat transfer law dev apply recently, it's could be no perfect if you don't have a empty layer of vacuum before your pipe

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8 hours ago, Lilalaunekuh said:

There are some strange bug depending heat transfer (or more heat loss/gain) inside a vacuume chamber.

Maybe the same happens to pipes too ?

Yes game treat vacuum strangely, it's been a long time since i tell dev about this bug of absolute zero, but it's seems that now with the new heat transfer law (depending of what material are next to each other) you can have a big heat transfert just before enter vaccuum and once it's in, it's never go out

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so where would the radiant pipes radiate into? vacuum can't take any heat so anything they absorb from the liquid inside can't go into the vacuum but instead will end in the pipes.

 

obviously they should not add up heat. but it looks like what they do

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Its not just radiant pipes, and its not just heating, also happens with normal pipes, also happens with gas.

I have natural gas sitting on a pipe next to a 380-400 degree mech door, my gas builds up heat from 240-300, then jumps back to 220, then builds up heat again, jumps down another 60 degrees. Yes, we have cooling / metal tiles to a polluted water pool 8 tiles higher, but that would never explain 60kg natural gas dropping 60 degrees in a tick.

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