Absolute zero Nuetronium, and zero steam from lava.


Pancakie
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So my Nuetronium swapped to absolute zero... rendering my amazing steam setup completely useless. Seems to be some interesting mechanics with cold stuff this patch lol. Added the Save File.

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Unsure of how to replicate, just played the game, when I uncovered the lava for the first time everything just got super cold super fast.

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With a specific heat capacity of 0 and thermal conductivity of 0,
Neutronium is not suppose to have any effect on nearby temperatures.

Just suppose to stay at its default temperature of 1K.

Your water and air just cooled the magma down and it solidified.
 

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4 hours ago, Risu said:

With a specific heat capacity of 0 and thermal conductivity of 0,
Neutronium is not suppose to have any effect on nearby temperatures.

Just suppose to stay at its default temperature of 1K.

Your water and air just cooled the magma down and it solidified.
 

Impossible for it to do that and create 0 steam while at 1500°C

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5 hours ago, Risu said:

With a specific heat capacity of 0 and thermal conductivity of 0,
Neutronium is not suppose to have any effect on nearby temperatures.

Just suppose to stay at its default temperature of 1K.

Your water and air just cooled the magma down and it solidified.
 

Yeah sadly I realised that the heat capacity of neutronium is indeed 0. Heck, this means that it can't conduct heat and would stay at Absolute Zero temperatures perennially. Pretty sad though, it means that distillation isn't as viable anymore as opposed to before the Thermal Update.

Well, anyways, I guess that's necessary - or literally lava biomes would scald through ice biomes nearby and release a heck ton of water. Though it would definitely be nice if the developers increased the thermal conductivity of neutronium or came up with other (more viable) ways of water purification.

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2 minutes ago, ChocoParrot said:

Yeah sadly I realised that the heat capacity of neutronium is indeed 0. Heck, this means that it can't conduct heat and would stay at Absolute Zero temperatures perennially. Pretty sad though, it means that distillation isn't as viable anymore as opposed to before the Thermal Update.

Well, anyways, I guess that's necessary - or literally lava biomes would scald through ice biomes nearby and release a heck ton of water. Though it would definitely be nice if the developers increased the thermal conductivity of neutronium or came up with other (more viable) ways of water purification.

Well they did remove the insulating properties of Abyssalite.
 

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5 minutes ago, Risu said:

Well they did remove the insulating properties of Abyssalite.
 

True - but most of magma is like literally completely surrounded with neutronium - which makes it impossible to harvest the heat from any magma pockets - sad!

Tepidisers and space heaters are practically useless too since they can't get beyond the boiling point of polluted water. I wish they add distillers soon or something.

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On 3/20/2017 at 5:02 PM, Cheerio said:

A save file would definitely help us track down the bug.

I went ahead and added the file :)

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