the tekkit classic wiki,a tutorial illustrating how to set up a quarry can be found here. redstone engines are rather slow, and with combustion engines there is a nether ores still have a chance of exploding when mined, just as when mining with a pickaxe..how can i pump items/liquids in tekkit with ic2's eu ,update: be cautious with the kind of power you supply an engine. it'll explode if you give it too much, and it'll overload if it runs too long. redstone engines won' .buildcraft engines question feedthebeast,combustion engines can and will overheat and explode if they run for too long without coolant, and their coolant consumption is dependent upon their energy .feed the beast wiki,these engines cannot explode unless there is an oversupply of power. note that the flame gauge on the steam/stirling engine gui does not indicate if engine produces 20 times more power than a basic redstone engine..
no redstone engines pumping power out so it shouldn't have even been powered. what happened? how do i power a quarry via a charged mfe? 15 comments.
redstone engines don't seem to work any longer, and stirling engines explode. has anyone here built a working ender tank lava set up in 1.7.10? 19 comments.
this causes it to overheat no matter how much coolant you have in the engine. one of the perks of using redstone energy conduits from thermal expansion is
you can use timers on the redstone switch leading to your engines to keep them from blowing up as well. i think they all explode if left to run for long enough. but
engines turn on when they are powered by redstone, and slowly speed up as they heat up. if the engine gets too hot then it will explode.
wood, stone and gold pipes can be combined with redstone dust to create the engines must be facing the wooden conductive pipe to transfer power into it. an energy limit of 256 mj/t, exceeding this limit causes the pipe to explode.
redstone engines can be chained together for increased power output, though in addition, they can explode if too many are chained together and the final
update: be cautious with the kind of power you supply an engine. it'll explode if you give it too much, and it'll overload if it runs too long. redstone engines won't
if you want to ensure your engines don't explode you can place a gate on the fuel or water line of each engine set to output a redstone signal to
combustion engines are the third tier of engine, and the most powerful have an infinite water supply for the combustion engine to prevent explosions. of a large number of engines with redstone energy cells, which can
redstone engines, like all other engines, gain speed as they heat up, which increases their energy output per second. unlike combustion engines, they will never
you can connect it to any voltage without causing it to explode, and it will not take 6 eu/t to produce 2mj/t, and must be connected to redstone power to run.
the stirling engine is significantly more powerful than a basic redstone engine, but these engines cannot explode unless there is an oversupply of power. note that the flame gauge on the steam/stirling engine gui does not indicate if it
i have also tried directly connecting redstone energy conduits to the engines and if there is no where for the power to go any engines can explode or overheat.
my redstone engines explode if they are red. i saw in the wiki it will not explode but it does. can i change this in the config or is it a bug?
yeah, they just seem to do that now in the nether. i've had 4 if the engines are constantly red, then there is a risk that they explode after a while. i don't know
steam engines are the second tier of engines in buildcraft, above redstone you can leave one running, for example, and it will never explode unless it is
electrical engines does not explode afaik, but to make sure they don't overheat, you could use redstone conduits, as they 'absorb' the excess energy. 4. share.
engines are machines used to generate energy in the form of mj. any of these machines can be broken with a wooden pick or better. most machines won't accept power from a redstone engine, except thermal expansion and railcraft it will eventually explode if it is producing more power than is being used.
redstone engines are the cheapest and the weakest of the engines you can build, but a redstone engine can explode, but only if it is fed too much power from
the combustion engine is the third tier of engines. it uses iron instead of it needs a redstone current to function. it draws full the inner tanks can store up to 10 buckets of a single type of liquid (water, lava, oil, or fuel). when using with red: the engine is overheating and will explode if not quickly shut down or cooled.
a redstone engine will not blow up if left powered by redstone but no energy is pumped out to block or pipe. i.e. if you left it powered and it's just sitting there, bright
it needs a redstone signal to run as well as blutricity which is converted into mj at a rate of 1 kw:1 mj/t. blulectric engines can't overheat and can't explode.
a more efficient way to do this is to use conductive pipes. this can be used over longer distances with no chance of exploding for redstone or steam engines.
by the time you're able to make buildcraft gates, you should be well past ready to make redstone conduit, and it's frankly superior for pretty much
an engine that is solid (not blinking) red is about to explode and should be most machines won't accept power from a redstone engine, except combustion engines have a second internal tank that can be filled with a
it means they have heated up, the longer you leave a redstone engine on the more effective it becomes, they can't blow up or anything. red means that its
oil can be pumped in with waterproof pipes, the refinery can be filled with combustion engines also need to be cooled to prevent them from exploding. redstone engines can be run full-time at the refinery's output for this purpose,