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Nuclear fuel is made from rocket fuel and [[uranium-235]], one of each to produce one unit of nuclear fuel.
 
Nuclear fuel is made from rocket fuel and [[uranium-235]], one of each to produce one unit of nuclear fuel.
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== Trivia ==
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The fuel value of 1.21 GJ is a reference to the movie ''[[Wikipedia:Back to the Future|Back to the Future]]'', in which the flux capacitor requires "1.21 Jigawatts" to function.
  
 
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The fuel value of 1.21 GJ is a reference to the movie Back to the Future[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Back_to_the_Future], in which the flux capacitor requires "1.21 Jigawatts" to function.
 
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:52, 15 July 2019

Nuclear fuel.png
Nuclear fuel

Recipe

Time icon.png
90
+
Rocket fuel.png
1
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Uranium-235.png
1
Nuclear fuel.png
1

Total raw

Time icon.png
90
+
Rocket fuel.png
1
+
Uranium-235.png
1

Stack size

1

Fuel value

1.21 GJ (burner)

Vehicle acceleration

250%

Vehicle top speed

115%

Prototype type

item

Internal name

nuclear-fuel

Required technologies

Kovarex enrichment process (research).png

Produced by

Centrifuge.png

Used as fuel by

Burner inserter.png
Burner mining drill.png
Boiler.png
Stone furnace.png
Steel furnace.png
Locomotive.png
Car.png
Tank.png

Nuclear fuel is a type of fuel. It has the highest energy density and vehicle bonuses of all the fuel types, providing an acceleration bonus of 250% (compared to rocket fuel's 180%). The vehicle speed bonus (15%) is the same as for rocket fuel.

Nuclear fuel is made from rocket fuel and uranium-235, one of each to produce one unit of nuclear fuel.

Trivia

The fuel value of 1.21 GJ is a reference to the movie Back to the Future, in which the flux capacitor requires "1.21 Jigawatts" to function.

History

See also