Intermediate fluids like heavy oil have a recipe description in the wiki that looks like this:
but the page for steam does not.
For boilers, what is the exact quantity per unit time of coal consumed and steam generated? The boiler page says:
- 60 steam per second
- 8MJ per unit coal * 50% efficiency = 4MJ energy produced per unit coal
- 30kJ required to heat 1 unit water to steam
- 3.6MW coal consumption
- 1.8MW heat power output
- 3.6MJ/s / 8MJ = 0.45 coal/s, i.e. 2.22 s per unit coal
- 60 steam/s * 2.22 s = 133 steam per output cycle
Is this right?
The page for heat exchangers claims:
- 10MW heat consumed
- 103.1 steam/s produced
- 96.7 kJ per unit steam at 500°C
Could either of these steam conversion rates be phrased as pictorial recipes similar to those of the petrochemical fluids?