Has anyone done the math/testing to optimally affix a boiler/turbine combination and design? I was trying to play with it last night and it seemed that one boiler would optimally turn only a small turbine, but I'm fairly sure that's because I haven't completely understood the turbine math. 25 steam/t will turn 1 rotor blade, and the boiler can only put out 720. So a 7x7x6 size seems pretty close to optimal (24 rotor blades) unless having extra blades isn't a bad thing. Two inputs to handle the full steam load. What about the coil. If it's made of 8 blocks of enderium, is it OK? Or does the steam cost of the coil eat into the turbine turning power? I tried to poke around in creative last night. Had a turbine with 48 blades and a 9 enderium coil. I was able to stabilize the turbine at 1800 RPM (and about 4k rf/t, or about 3 times what a steam boiler could do with industrial steam engines) with only 445 steam used. That's the part that didn't make sense. I thought the steam usage would be higher because of the number of rotors and the enderium coil. Anyone have the experiences to enlighten me?