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9 minutes ago, FreeThinker said:

This is intended, the generator mass depends on the amount of power output and  type of reactor with more advanced reactor requiring less generator mass

1,333.00 tonnes? (or 1333,00 if you're european).   Specifically, 1.3 Kilotonnes?  I think that's a bug.  The generator's mass was entirely irrespective of size or of generator attached, and was a constant, and was 10X the mass of all the other parts of the craft put together?  That does not seem WAI. 

 

At any rate, I killed the craft, and it behaves more as expected on a fresh craft. 

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Okay now RSS planets have correct compositions

Edit: Added Sun for lulz (it has atmosphere too)

 

 

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    resourceName = LqdCO2
}
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    resourceName = LqdCO
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}

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    resourceName = LqdCO
}
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}
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}
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}

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    name = PlutoNitrogen
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}
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}
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}
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}

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}
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}
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}
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    name = ThatmoArgon
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    celestialBodyName = Thatmo
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}

}

 

 

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1 hour ago, FreeThinker said:

That Ok, you can make some educated guesses if needed

Titan (pressure about 1.5 atm)

NO² - 98.4 %
Argon - 1.6 % in higher atmosphere
Methane - Traces

Triton ( pressure at ground 1.5 to 1.9 pascal):

NO² - 99%
Methane - 1% (weirdly lot of)
CO² - Traces

Pluto (pressure at ground 0.3 to 1.5 pascal):

NO² - 99.5%
CO² - 0.5%
Methane - Traces

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1 minute ago, subitan said:

1,333.00 tonnes? (or 1333,00 if you're european).   Specifically, 1.3 Kilotonnes?  I think that's a bug.  The generator's mass was entirely irrespective of size or of generator attached, and was a constant, and was 10X the mass of all the other parts of the craft put together?  That does not seem WAI. 

 

At any rate, I killed the craft, and it behaves more as expected on a fresh craft. 

... aaaand it's back.  1333 tonnes. Attached to a 1.25M pebble-bed reactor 

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3 minutes ago, Nansuchao said:

Just avoid to set that ship as the active vessel until it reach his destination. KSPI doesn't calculate in background the consumption. 

But shhh, don't say that to FreeThinker:P

Actually, it does. It calculates it retroactively once you switch back to it. I tested it on a reactor before and the fuel was being consumed. O.o

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Just now, spirokai said:

FreeThinker, is there a way to estimate lifetime of a reactor at particular (or even 100%) power output? I am planning a mission to Plock (~55 yrs flight time) and I have no idea how much UF4 to take. :D

I'm not FreeThinker, but I've got some advice anyways.

For that far of a distance, a standard Hohman Transfer orbit simply takes too long to get there for much of any reactor to be able to be running when you get there.

If it was me, I'd use either a Magnetic Nozzle, or a Warp Drive and a magnetic nozzle, depending what you've got unlocked and what you can afford.

For a non-KSPI solution, use the LV-N "Nerv" rocket engine and a bunch of LqdFuel tanks. The ISP is (potentially much) worse, but the engines will still work when you get there.

The lowest tech KSPI solution that I can think of that would get you there in a reasonable amount of time is a magnetic nozzle connected to a Dusty Plasma fission reactor, with that reactor also connected to a Charged Particle generator on the other connection node.

If you have access to the Tokamak Fusion Engine and D-He3 or D-Li6 fusion modes, use that instead of the Dusty Plasma reactor. they will speed up the trip significantly due to the increased power output, higher reactor core temperature, and lower mass per gW power output. Those two reactions produce ALL their power as charged particles. The Magnetic Nozzle will still work with D-T fusion, but you'll want to swap out the direct conversion electrical generator out for a thermal generator. Also, watch your neutron embrittlement if you're using D-T fusion, and carry some Lithium to breed to Tritium.

This provides a very high specific impulse, and you can thrust during time-warp. This means that once you're in orbit around the Sun (Kerbol), you can basically point at the planet you want to go to, accelerate until you're halfway to that planet, drop out of time-warp and point retrograde, then decelerate for the other half of the trip at the same throttle setting you used when accelerating.

Without a warp drive, a ship that has a magnetic nozzle piloted this way is the fastest way to travel around the solar system.

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2 hours ago, spirokai said:

FreeThinker, is there a way to estimate lifetime of a reactor at particular (or even 100%) power output? I am planning a mission to Plock (~55 yrs flight time) and I have no idea how much UF4 to take. :D

55 years is indeed a very long time, you best bet would be to use the Salt Core Reactor in Uranium Burnup Mode  (when limited to early nuclear tech) which will  try to maximize fuel efficiency increasing life expectancy by an order of 5. To do this, you need to bring along a Lab. Another thing you might consider  is to shut down the reactor while at drift and re-enable when needed. Another thing I would strongly advice is to go faster than the minim delta V. Use  a electric engines to double the speed at which you will head toward Plock. It will drastically speed up your transite time.

2 hours ago, subitan said:

1,333.00 tonnes? (or 1333,00 if you're european).   Specifically, 1.3 Kilotonnes?  I think that's a bug.  The generator's mass was entirely irrespective of size or of generator attached, and was a constant, and was 10X the mass of all the other parts of the craft put together?  That does not seem WAI. 

 

At any rate, I killed the craft, and it behaves more as expected on a fresh craft. 

are you perhaps using Near Futute Technology? It might result in unexcpected high or low values I did not anticipate

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40 minutes ago, FreeThinker said:

55 years is indeed a very long time, you best bet would be to use the Salt Core Reactor in Uranium Burnup Mode  (when limited to early nuclear tech) which will  try to maximize fuel efficiency increasing life expectancy by an order of 5. To do this, you need to bring along a Lab. Another thing you might consider  is to shut down the reactor while at drift and re-enable when needed. Another thing I would strongly advice is to go faster than the minim delta V. Use  a electric engines to double the speed at which you will head toward Plock. It will drastically speed up your transite time.

are you perhaps using Near Futute Technology? It might result in unexcpected high or low values I did not anticipate

Crap.  I had deleted my Near Future stuff, but apparently I had left propulsion in.  That's probably it.  I'll confirm in a bit. 

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34 minutes ago, subitan said:

Crap.  I had deleted my Near Future stuff, but apparently I had left propulsion in.  That's probably it.  I'll confirm in a bit. 

Nope.  Didn't help.  Tried a fresh install, to ensure nothing was there.  It must be a different interaction.  For now I"ll just jump past it to a charged particle generator.  

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3 hours ago, TheTaleteller said:

Titan (pressure about 1.5 atm)

NO² - 98.4 %
Argon - 1.6 % in higher atmosphere
Methane - Traces

Triton ( pressure at ground 1.5 to 1.9 pascal):

NO² - 99%
Methane - 1% (weirdly lot of)
CO² - Traces

Pluto (pressure at ground 0.3 to 1.5 pascal):

NO² - 99.5%
CO² - 0.5%
Methane - Traces

Interestingly, NitrogenOxide is often mentioned as one off the main gases, yes there is no CRP resource definition for it. Perhaps I should propose to add it.

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So... QSR is cool... but I can't find a use for it.  Antimatter reactors with thermal ramjet/rocket nozzles (hydrazine ejection mass) are still producing better thrust and ISP than QSR + Vista or QSR + ATILLA.  Am I using the wrong engines with the QSR?  What engine/fuel combo should I be using?

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12 minutes ago, ss8913 said:

So... QSR is cool... but I can't find a use for it.  Antimatter reactors with thermal ramjet/rocket nozzles (hydrazine ejection mass) are still producing better thrust and ISP than QSR + Vista or QSR + ATILLA.  Am I using the wrong engines with the QSR?  What engine/fuel combo should I be using?

Its more endurance reactor than speed one - try quantum vacuum - you will get 2 - 5 m/s2 and you will have virtually unlimited DV,

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10 hours ago, TheTaleteller said:

Titan (pressure about 1.5 atm)

NO² - 98.4 %
Argon - 1.6 % in higher atmosphere
Methane - Traces

Triton ( pressure at ground 1.5 to 1.9 pascal):

NO² - 99%
Methane - 1% (weirdly lot of)
CO² - Traces

Pluto (pressure at ground 0.3 to 1.5 pascal):

NO² - 99.5%
CO² - 0.5%
Methane - Traces

Where did you get this, and exactly what do you mean by NO² ?

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Please find out at which version the problem starts. Also exactly what error message are you getting?

I think it was 1.18.17 - to 1.18.19 but eitherway the latest update (1.18.20) has fixed this issue. Thank you

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13 hours ago, spirokai said:

Actually, it does. It calculates it retroactively once you switch back to it. I tested it on a reactor before and the fuel was being consumed. O.o

Indeed, and for nuclear reactor it's actualy comsumes more than it should due to poisoning of the fuel which limit power output but also fuel consumption. I need to somehow compensate for this poisoning effect, but my math skills are limited. Perhaps someone with better math skills can help me.

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15 hours ago, iliketrains0pwned said:

Do you have plans on adding in a direct antimatter engine? It could run off of a mixture of matter (LFO, deuterium, argon, etc.) and antimatter to produce very high efficiency or very high impulse thrust. But there is a catch. While the engine is on, it produces a TON of waste heat. The only way you're gonna make it in one piece is if you really love radiators.

Direct antimatter engine, the current Antimatter reactor technically is a pure antimmater, it just ommits mentioning the normal matter but it is assumed this is a integrate part the storage . Wat we might do need might be better wys to use the antimatter in an effective way without spending to much of it

Something like this:

 

W7F8Fp0.jpg

Which is a realsitic representation of an Antimatter catalised fusion engine.

It would be cool if a modeler could create this model

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Since nuclear engines do not quite work for me I have decided to skip nuclear technologies and switch to fusion reactors directly. So, the first fusion reactor is available at fusion power node with the first upgrade at advanced fusion reactions. In order to receive reactor upgrade do I have to purchase reactors in both nodes or unlocking the latest reactor is sufficient? The first reactor available(MCF reactor) is 3kk to unlock, while the next one(High-Q Tokamak) is only 600k.

Also, I see that tokamak fusion engines produces charged particles. Is it possible to use magnetic nozzle with this reactor?

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38 minutes ago, Mine_Turtle said:

Since nuclear engines do not quite work for me I have decided to skip nuclear technologies and switch to fusion reactors directly. So, the first fusion reactor is available at fusion power node with the first upgrade at advanced fusion reactions. In order to receive reactor upgrade do I have to purchase reactors in both nodes or unlocking the latest reactor is sufficient? The first reactor available(MCF reactor) is 3kk to unlock, while the next one(High-Q Tokamak) is only 600k.

Also, I see that tokamak fusion engines produces charged particles. Is it possible to use magnetic nozzle with this reactor?

Yes, the Tomohawk biggest advantage is it charged particles, which is both usefull for effiient power production (with less waste heat) and propentially can also be redirected for propulsion. The big disadvantage is it huge size

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19 minutes ago, FreeThinker said:

Yes, the Tomohawk biggest advantage is it charged particles, which is both usefull for effiient power production (with less waste heat) and propentially can also be redirected for propulsion. The big disadvantage is it huge size

Size does not matter as long as I can get it into orbit. The ISP on Tokamak is insane, I get around 3k ISP with Hydrogen. As long as I find water and dirt(for supplies) I should be able to get to any inner planet and refuel there.

Could you, please, explain how upgrade system for reactors work? High-Q tokamak upgrade from advanced fusion node should upgrade reactor  temp from 2.5k to 15k, however the core temp does not change. Since the same core temp is in sandbox I assume there is a problem with reactor description.

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Question regarding this mod's integration with USI Kolonization:

USI has their own set of nuclear reactors that come with their parts mods, but they're weak in terms of power output compared to most of the reactors available in this mod. Am I able to use one of the KSPI reactors as a power distributor for a USI Kolony? USI has their own microwave pdu that's much more compact than the ones for KSP, but it only reachs like 2km away (because it's meant to be just for bases). Thanks

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1 hour ago, TheTaleteller said:

Wikipedia, German version and Nitrogen dioxide.

Well non of the english sites about the composition of atmospheres mention it except as a polutant in earth atmosphere or how to detect inteligent lift on extra terestial planets

1 hour ago, Mine_Turtle said:

Size does not matter as long as I can get it into orbit. The ISP on Tokamak is insane, I get around 3k ISP with Hydrogen. As long as I find water and dirt(for supplies) I should be able to get to any inner planet and refuel there.

Could you, please, explain how upgrade system for reactors work? High-Q tokamak upgrade from advanced fusion node should upgrade reactor  temp from 2.5k to 15k, however the core temp does not change. Since the same core temp is in sandbox I assume there is a problem with reactor description.

Currently upgrading goes automaticly when you unlock the required technology. In the future I want upgrade only be made possible by engeneers with upgrade parts or special resource like rocket parts

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1 hour ago, maranble14 said:

Question regarding this mod's integration with USI Kolonization:

USI has their own set of nuclear reactors that come with their parts mods, but they're weak in terms of power output compared to most of the reactors available in this mod. Am I able to use one of the KSPI reactors as a power distributor for a USI Kolony? USI has their own microwave pdu that's much more compact than the ones for KSP, but it only reachs like 2km away (because it's meant to be just for bases). Thanks

From my understanding, KSPI-E contains MM script to integrate KSPI_E reactor technology in USI Kolonisation reactor parts

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1 hour ago, FreeThinker said:

Well non of the english sites about the composition of atmospheres mention it except as a polutant in earth atmosphere or how to detect inteligent lift on extra terestial planets

Damn i made a translation mistake, its not NO2 its simply Nitrogen N.

German Wiki got the compositions in paragraphs text, we dont have detailed composition, New Horizons i.E. did not land on Pluto, for a measurement.

 

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