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About TNorthover

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  1. Sorry, in the linked thread the radiant pipe from the turbine to the outlet is a lot of the problem, but even when that’s fixed the equilibrium appears to be about 20C short (145C as opposed to 165C)
  2. When two cells of fluid exchange mass, the temperature is occasionally applied to the wrong cell. If they're also out of thermal equilibrium this obviously creates or destroys heat. For example by rapid-tapping space I observed the following single-tick transition: Left tile: 1013kg@1000K Right tile: 1.013kg@500K became: Left tile: 911.8014kg@995.0837K Right tile: 102.2117kg@999.9956K The mass change is obviously 10% of the delta, and both temperatures are legitimate too; but they've been swapped. IMO this is the cause of though I haven't been able to pin down the frequency (or 2d heat exchange theory) enough to be certain it accounts for exactly the right amount of missing heat.