Curunir Posted July 14, 2014 Share Posted July 14, 2014 It's been a long time since i fiddled around with Biofuel. I discovered now, much to my surprise, that it is extremely efficient on source materials if you keep the BioReactor stacked with the maximum amount of biomass. To put this into numbers: I simply put one single piece of biomass of nine different kinds in there, namely five kinds of saplings, a carrot, a potato, one netherwart and one (wheat) seed. This instantly created about 1400 units (of whatever) in the internal buffer when I switched the machine on. When I pumped this out, I learned that I had just created 171 (!) buckets of Biofuel. Does anybody know if that is intentional? True, Biofuel is less efficient than regular Fuel, but with that kind of yield, even a very modest autofarm can create limitless energy if you just build enough Compression Dynamos. Is this maybe some kind of conversion bug? Or are we really supposed to get two thirds of a drum filled with just so little? It is about ten times the amount I expected. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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