Alexander Block

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  1. It's fun mechanics, but besides the fun, it should make sense for the gameplay. All existing dangers are balanced by bonuses. Why do we mix oxygen with hydrogen if they explode from this? What is the point of this mechanics besides the visual effect? I myself would like more chemistry in the game, but it’s not enough to do, it’s important that for some reason it is necessary. Sorry for google translate.
  2. My measurement 1 piece of pipe - 258 Hz 2 - 258 (C4?) 3 - 246 (B3) 4 - 234 (A#3) 5 - 223 (A3) 6 - 211 (G#3) 7 - 199 (G3) 8 - 188 (F#3) 9 - 176 (F3) Afterwards my phone could not recognize the tones. I tried to do something, but I am not a musician, and it is very difficult for me to work with it. In addition, I am very busy at work now.
  3. An aluminum door is in some cases better than a steel door. Thermal transfer limited by trermal conductivity and thermal clamping. Thermal claming means, that heat transfer per tick cannot be more than 1/8 of the difference of thermal energy. Trermal energy = mass * temperature(K) * heat capacity. Some material combinations have the same energy at different temperatures. These combinations will conduct heat very poorly. E.g. diamond on 600 С (100 kg per cell) and steel door (200 kg per cell) on 190C Diamond energy=(600+273)*100000*0.516=45 046 800 DTU Steel door energy=(190+273)*200000*0.49=45 374 000 DTU
  4. I am very ashamed of the syntax errors in my file. I don't know English and hurried then. 625 - this is a very large ratio. It literally makes no sense due thermal clamping. In my experiment, liquid lead (500 kg per cell) was equal to a solid termium (100 kg per cell). Their heat capacity is approximately is equals. But I entered the values in my file, and saw that the heat transfer of the thermium by clamping, not thermal conductivity. Liquid lead with a coefficient of 625 does not even make sense to check. This is weird and seems wrong. Does it make sense to write a bug report? Linking to a wiki for developers is weird (it's not an official document). It is difficult to build an experimental setup and prove that heat transfer is wrong. But anyone can make sure that the steel door conducts heat from the diamond worse than aluminum.
  5. My tests show a ratio 25. Liquid lead to liquid lead ~ solid thermium to solid thermium. Also, different elements due to the mass and heat capacity of the elements can have the same thermal energy. For example, the heat transfer from a hot diamond (~ 600 ° C) to a steel door (200 ° C) is very low due to thermal clamping. (google translate, sorry) My calculations in file. ThermalClumping.xlsx
  6. Where is the sweepy looking?
  7. @aresd If so, then it seems to me that this is a bug.
  8. @jambellIf this is a bug, then we need a bridge for the ribbon.
  9. Second memory toggle for second pulse divider. 3 elements for one divider (In your scheme too 3). To transfer to the next divider, one element must be triggered - AND. How many in your scheme? And my scheme is more simple and understandable, and yours is more refined.
  10. With old logic: 3 gates on 1 pulse divider. Buffers sets to 0.1 s