Regarding tree breeding:
...both of which are outside the territory of the bees in the treehouse.
Then I built another sealed greenhouse
I let it run for 3 days. No balsa wood pollen.
So my question is more for that last bit, what order would you people suggest for the ore washing machine, thermal centrifuge, and centrifuge? It seems like the centrifuge may be better then the thermal version and the ore washer is best first but I'm not sure.
I don't have any experience with collecting pollen using Gendustry. However, did you use bees that are capable of pollinating ? Bees like Rocky that have 'Rocks' as their 'flower' don't pollinate. Try one with 'Flowers' and plant dirt with a flower on it.
...Draconic, and a few others.
- Turn steadfast and monastatic drones into queens. Optimal traits (4 offspring) should help with this process. I'm a little scared because I only have 1 steadfast drone.
Oooh...planning on killing the Wither Boss once or 32 times, are we ?
If you want to build yourself a "Wither Boss Arena", I highly recommend the eIO Wither-proof Obsidian made with Dark Steel.
Hey, has anyone managed to create GT enderium ingots? I was going to create a bedrockium drum, which requires a QED; the QED requires ender-infused obsidian, among other things, that require enderium ingots. I've managed to create enderium dust, but can't see any way to convert dust to ingots.
I suspect your 8-LP will keep up fine. For extra pimp factor, consider doing the GT "Large Bronze Boiler" instead. I built a Large Steel Boiler, and if you can handle the steam output, it produces enough to handle your EBF easily while cooking aluminium.I built the electric blast furnace and currently have it powered by 4 basic steam turbines. This sucks up a TON of steam. I was pushing the steam into a buffer tank, but I can't get enough throughput, so I am going to be forced to relocate the furnace right next the boiler and feed each steam turbine directly from the boiler. I am not sure if the 8LP boiler can keep up with the demand from the turbines.
most EBF recipies use 120 EU-v per tick so that is in small turbine steam consumption (using 1 to 3) 360mb steam/t. I think an 8-LP generates 80 mb/t so what the balls is going on here?
To make things EVEN more interesting is ender IO fluid conduit, the basic one with 50mb/t extract and 200mb/t flow rate. Apparently flow rate doesn't affect steam so disregarding that I hooked up one turbine (using between 96 and 102mb per tick) to a conduit coming out of a railcraft tank. It was connected to only ONE valve so with 50mb/t it should run out of steam slowly. But it did not.
Does anyone know what is going on here?
The per-connection limit is 200mb/t. There is no throughput limit, per se, just per connection. And, I believe the 50mb/t is for when it has to *extract*, not when something is pushed into it. The RC valves on the bottom of an RC tank will push. You don't have to use the extract feature of eIO to get the fluid (steam) out. I don't believe steam is special or different than any other fluid.
With this information and some very loose testing (running dry 2 of my battery buffers connecting only 2 turbines to 1 valve) it seems it is running one turbine out of steam at a rate of rougly 1000mb per 10 to 15 seconds which comes down to 100 to 70 mb per second -> 5 to 3,5 mb per tick
200 mb vs the 204mb from the two turbines means a surplus demand of 4mb wich is very close to 5 to 3,5mb. Yay!
Indeed. One of the other fellas on our server says that other than FTB/Minecraft his windows calculator is his most used program with this modpack.Now, I know why you like Greg Tech
Now, I know why you like Greg Tech
3 minutes ago I realised I need stainless steel plates for a big reactor controller, so that saddend me a bit. But on the bright side I only needed a cupronickel coiled ebf
2 minutes ago I realised I need tungstensteel plates for the yellorium fuel rod, which requires both a vacuum freezer and a nichrome coil ebf.
*exlaims dramaticly* DAMN YOU GREG!
so I don't necessarily "like" it
That difference comes from internal loss. To output 32EU, the steam turbine uses internally 34EU.So 34EU/t*3mB/EU=102mB/t.2 steam per eu-v> 66 efficiency makes 3mb steam per 1eu-v. So you'd think that with 32 eu-v per tick it uses roughly 96mb steam per tick but according to its description it uses 102mb?
That's not quite as much fun though. It seems like you're both actually pretty nice fellas. I can't really imagine either of you feeding on the tears of the downtrodden like I can with GregoriousT.