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thermo transfer bug


jamesbread
  • Branch: Live Branch Version: Windows Pending

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The temperature of the Abyssalite rapidly becomes heat conduction when it exceeds the boiling point of the liquid.

Water, Polluted Water, Crude Oil, Petroleum, Liquid Phosphorus, Mercury included

 

thermo tranfer bug.sav


Steps to Reproduce
load save file -> on toggle switch -> Heat transfer from Abyssalite to water

Status: Pending

This issue has not been confirmed by a developer yet.


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Abyssalite is not totally insulate. In fact it has the conductivity of 1e-6, and will transfer heat when there is huge temperature difference.

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if the temperature of the solid is enough to change state the material it touches it will trade enough energy to initiate the state change of 5kg chunks of material

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On 2018. 8. 8. at 4:22 PM, fishpear said:

Abyssalite is not totally insulate. In fact it has the conductivity of 1e-6, and will transfer heat when there is huge temperature difference.

 

12 hours ago, Kabrute said:

if the temperature of the solid is enough to change state the material it touches it will trade enough energy to initiate the state change of 5kg chunks of material

right.

The thermal conductivity of water and Abyssalite is 0.00144551.

But the phenomenon is the problem that is taking place regardless of mass.

If the temperature is the same, even if the weight is 1Mt, the effect is the same as 50kg.

also The maximum temperature at which heat is conducted is the boiling point of the liquid that is reached.

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