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Is the density of aluminum correct ?


Daroou
  • Branch: Live Branch Version: Windows Pending

Game created with patch 445987

 

Bonjour,

For the liquid aluminum coming out of a volcano, I have a density of approximately 7866 kg, is that correct?

IRL, Aluminum has a density of 2.7g/cm3 , 2700 kg/m3 if I'm not mistaken.

If the value is right, sorry for the noise

Bonne journée,

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The images below have nothing to do with it, it's the message editor who adds them (they come from an old message, the editor adds them to me all the time, even if I delete them !!! :evil: )

 

Edit: By editing the post, I managed to remove the parasitic images ...

 

 


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Part of the reason they do this is to make up for the loss in mass when it solidifies into a solid and has to be dug out.

The other density use case is in horizontal flow from a source.

These two things kind of work together to form a blobiness factor that has the effect of viscosity.

As to whether this is the intended value for the greatest possible pooling in a tile - these are supposed to have maximum values is, so possibly another issue.

I think they set these to determine what sinks and what floats, not much else. What we see and what is at work are often two different things.

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