pY Petroleum Handling

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Re: pY Petroleum Handling

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Mella wrote:
Sat Sep 18, 2021 10:27 pm
Respectable pyanodon
Can you add new ways to get propene not only from residual gas and from syngas in next update?
Can we get propene from low distillates or from medium distillates or from hig distillates? Or from methanol?
Still waiting for straight answer from pyanodon and his team about propene getting
Propene is very popular resource when playing with all py mods :D

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not planned.
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Re: pY Petroleum Handling

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Don't know if this has been mentioned yet (I didn't read this entire thread) but I can't seem to deconstruct small Oil Derricks with the deconstruction planner. I have to travel to them and remove them manually.

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Coke oven gas not being accepted for warm bricks

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The Regen heat exchanger is not taking my coke gas. Says it's 250.

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bowenbigcountry1 wrote:
Sat Nov 20, 2021 1:51 am
The Regen heat exchanger is not taking my coke gas. Says it's 250.
If you haven't already try flushing the pipe and/or replacing the building. Its glitch sometimes but once it's going it should be ok.

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Re: pY Petroleum Handling

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The advanced tin-chromium alloy recipe is... barely better than the basic one, if not worse, depending on what you value ?
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(with -60% energy consumption on the smelters)
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Re: pY Petroleum Handling

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BlueTemplar wrote:
Wed Mar 09, 2022 9:43 am
The advanced tin-chromium alloy recipe is... barely better than the basic one, if not worse, depending on what you value ?
(with -60% energy consumption on the smelters)
It's been a while, but most of the savings in the advanced recipe was because of the convenience of using the molten metals directly, rather than having to cast and "re-melt" them to make the alloy.
You're saving on entity count, power, gas, hot air, and a bit on chromium, but it costs you a bit of tin and some more sand and tar for sand casts.

Maybe it could stand to use a bit fewer sand castings, but you're adding the hot air boost from casting the plates to get the two close to parity.

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Right, the main issue might be the lack of a hot air option for the direct casting...
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Re: pY Petroleum Handling

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Hello.
I started playing PyBlock and after reaching Hot air recipes I noticed an inconvenience - the Glassware recipe using Hot air has the Hot air input in different place (compared to all other Hot air recipes):
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It comes about from the interaction of PyCoal (where the Glassware recipe is defined as using Iron plates and Wood), PyRawOres ("replaces" Iron plates with Molten glass), PyAlienLife ("replaces" Wood with Rubber stoppers), and PyPetroleum (adds Hot air recipes).
The replacing is in quotes, because they actually remove an ingredient and add another, leaving the ingredients array sparse, which the Hot air function seems to not expect.

I tried the following and it fixed it for me:

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--- a/pyrawores/prototypes/updates/pycoalprocessing-updates.lua
+++ b/pyrawores/prototypes/updates/pycoalprocessing-updates.lua
@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@
 
 RECIPE("gasoline"):add_ingredient({type = "fluid", name = "hydrogen", amount = 50})
 RECIPE("olefin"):replace_ingredient("water", "hydrogen")
-RECIPE("flask"):remove_ingredient("iron-plate"):add_ingredient({type = "fluid", name = "molten-glass", amount = 200})
+RECIPE("flask"):replace_ingredient("iron-plate",{type = "fluid", name = "molten-glass", amount = 200})
 RECIPE("ref-to-light-oil"):add_ingredient({type = "fluid", name = "hydrogen", amount = 250})
 --RECIPE("olefin-combustion"):remove_ingredient("water"):add_ingredient({type = "fluid", name = "hydrogen", amount = 100})
 RECIPE("niobium-oxide"):replace_ingredient("water", "nitrogen")
--- a/pyalienlife/prototypes/updates/pycoalprocessing-updates.lua
+++ b/pyalienlife/prototypes/updates/pycoalprocessing-updates.lua
@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@
 RECIPE('ralesia-seeds'):remove_unlock('coal-processing-1'):add_unlock('ralesia'):subgroup_order("py-alienlife-ralesia", "a"):change_category('nursery'):replace_ingredient("ralesia","ralesias")
 RECIPE('chemical-science-pack'):add_ingredient({type = "item", name = "alien-sample-02", amount = 1})
 RECIPE('filtration-media'):add_ingredient({type = "item", name = "micro-fiber", amount = 2})
-RECIPE('flask'):remove_ingredient("wood"):add_ingredient({type = "item", name = "stopper", amount = 4})
+RECIPE('flask'):replace_ingredient("wood",{type = "item", name = "stopper", amount = 4})
 RECIPE('aromatics-to-plastic'):remove_unlock('methanol-processing-1'):add_unlock('coal-processing-1'):change_category('biofactory'):remove_ingredient("aromatics"):add_ingredient({type = "fluid", name = "aromatics", amount = 50}):remove_ingredient("syngas"):add_ingredient({type = "fluid", name = "syngas", amount = 100})
 
 RECIPE('mukmoux-fat'):remove_unlock('coal-processing-2')

I noticed that the mods' development versions on Github do more changes to this recipe, which seems to lead to the issue not manifest in PyBlock mods combination, but still might in PyCoal+PyRawOres+PyPetro (without PyAlienLife).

Thanks.

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