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== How to Gain Weight ==
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A '''water wheel''' is a {{L|machine component}} that provides {{L|power}} via water {{L|flow}}. To build a water wheel, select {{key|b}}uild menu and choose {{key|M}}achine components. It requires 3 {{L|wood|wood}} and generates 90 net power, which can be used for operating a {{L|Screw pump|pump}} or {{L|mill}}. You can use {{L|axle|axles}} and {{L|Gear assembly|gears}} to access the power produced by a water wheel, or connect machinery like a {{L|Screw pump|pump}} or {{L|millstone}} directly.
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Now below are some bulking tips to help put on the mass and also maintain your fat from adding on.
  
Waterwheels do ''not'' work with waterfalls, nor in magma - it takes water that is flowing according to the DF use of the term.
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Your breakfast has to be your biggest meals of waking time, in addition your post workout food. I usually eat 30-40g protein at for the morning, 70-80g carbs, and approximately 10g fat.
  
''For a basic overview of how the different machine parts work and work together, see {{L|machinery}}.''
 
  
== Construction ==
 
The {{L|Building_designer|architecture}} and {{L|Carpenter|carpentry}} labors are needed for the construction.
 
  
A water wheel occupies 3 adjacent tiles (N-S or E-W axis, no diagonals). It is the color of the first wood selected for it, so you could build a red wheel with one piece of goblin-cap and two of fungiwood.
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Post workouts are positively crucial meal during the day. After your exercise routine you may have two objectives: refuel and rebuild. You need to refuel your glycogen stores and also rebuild the impaired muscle tissues. I usually drink <span class="plainlinks">[http://how2gainweightfast.org <span style="color:black;font-weight:normal; text-decoration:none!important; background:none!important; text-decoration:none;">how to gain weight</span>] with 100g simple carbs. I take this meal in liquid form because it's easier for body to absorb. Then an hour or so later I have 75g complex carbs with 2 portions of milk.
  
Although you can build a stable water wheel on solid ground, this isn't going to do you any good. For this reason, water wheels are almost exclusively built in a hanging state with gaps in the floor below. To do this, build the water wheel on the z level directly above a water tile. The tile where the wheel is built should be open space (you can channel out a tile if necessary). A gear assembly or horizontal axle built on an adjacent tile will be necessary to support the wheel. Do not hang it from a gear assembly you wish to control with a switch, as a disconnected gear assembly can't support anything and will cause the waterwheel to deconstruct when toggled.
 
  
{{L|Power}} is generated from a water wheel as long as it has {{L|flow}}ing water at a depth of 4/7 or greater under at least one of its tiles. The easiest way to achieve this is by placing the water wheel over a {{L|river}} or {{L|brook}}. '''With a brook you must first channel through the surface''' since brooks have a floor of sorts over them.
 
  
You can transport the power wherever it is needed via horizontal and vertical axles and gear assemblies. It is possible to support a waterwheel by building its center next to a preexisting water wheel's center.
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Before going to sleep is additionally crucial. You will end up going 8 hours without protein and so you need a slow digesting protein, I usually consume 4 servings of milk which is abundant in casein (a sluggish digesting protein) The carbohydrate food in the milk will spare the protein because you sleep. Even if milk says each of the carbs are sugar, milk sugar digests slowly and gradually, slow as compared to oats truly, to make sure they will remain with you throughout the night.
  
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Really don't go more than three hours without protein. You wish to continue to keep a good nitrogen balance plus eating every 3 hours assures this. This is why the devotion part comes in to play. Repeatedly I've brought protein shakes to school parties and so I could get my protein fix. I additionally bring weight gainer shakes to my rugby games to avoid myself on a very personal level from entering calorie shortage. When you play football, hockey, soccer or even any specific hobby that really needs to burn off a great deal of calories you will need to be sure to account for these burnt calories within your daily totals. Try mixing a weight gainer up with <span class="plainlinks">[http://how2gainweightfast.org/mass-gainers/ <span style="color:black;font-weight:normal; text-decoration:none!important; background:none!important; text-decoration:none;">mass gainer</span>] and put it on your bottle (your coach won't be able to notice by doing this).
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This is by no means the limit of water power from one location, depending on the width of your river/brook/channel you can stack many waterwheels side-by-side (really big assembles will need to be artificial as there's a limit to how wide the game created water flows get). Just remember to make sure there's a support structure in place before you place the next wheel.
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== Perpetual motion ==
 
  
Due to the relatively low power draw of a {{L|screw pump}}, a ''self-powering'' assembly can be made with a water wheel that still leaves plenty of excess power for other uses. This is an {{L|exploit}} (violating basic principles of physics), and possibly a bug that should be fixed.
 
  
To get it working, you must start the pump manually.*
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Take in 6-8 meals. This provides your system a steady stream of nutrients and it likewise tricks your system so it stores less fat.
  
:''(* Exceptions are {{L|aquifer}}s, which can sometimes have naturally occurring {{L|flow}}.  This is sometimes a good thing, because then a wheel simply works by itself - or a bad thing, if, for example, you want the wheel to '''not''' provide any power while you build a pump adjacent to it. It's not clear what causes an aquifer to have flow and then keep it - it's difficult to replicate reliably, and can be lost with additional {{L|channel}}ing, so designs will have to be adapted if such are found.)''
 
  
It is good to have a ready source of water to refill the machine, as water tends to escape and evaporate, and once the water falls below a certain level, the machine stops. Below an earlier level, the power supply becomes intermittent.
 
  
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Get 8 hours of sleep. Take in at the very least a gallon of water a day. As soon as your cells are hydrated, your protein functionality also increases.
  
'''*REMEMBER TO BUILD AN ORTHOGONAL PUMP, HORIZONTAL AXLE OR GEAR ASSEMBLY BEFORE THE WATER WHEEL*'''
 
  
===Dwarven Water Reactor===
 
====Key====
 
:{{Raw Tile|║ ═ ╝ ╚ ╔ ╗ ╣ ╠ ╩ ╦ O|7:0:1}} = '''Wall'''
 
:{{Raw Tile|+|7:0:0}} = '''Floor'''
 
:{{Raw Tile|W|6:0:0}} = '''Water Wheel''' with floor underneath
 
:{{Raw Tile|W|6:1:0}} = '''Water Wheel''' with water underneath
 
:{{Raw Tile|≈|1:0:1}} = '''Water''' on current level
 
:{{Raw Tile|≈|3:0:1}} = '''Water''' on level below
 
:{{Raw Tile|X|2:0:0}}<br />{{Raw Tile|X|2:0:1}} = '''Screw Pump''' drawing from south
 
  
This compact design, once started, produces 170 surplus power (less additional power train). While the water reactor provides a perpetual source of mechanical power in abundant amounts, the use of several reactors can cause performance issues. When building your water reactor, it is recommended that you include a method for stopping the reactor once started.
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The exact opposite factor is the reason why drinking alcohol diminishes your protein activity, since liquor dehydrates your cells. So if you're going to have a very couple of drinks certainly take water along and sip on that as well.
  
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Dig the V-shaped channel and fill it with water (either from an outside source or by designating it as a {{L|pond}}).  Meanwhile, construct the pump, pumping from the South.  Construct the two water wheels.  Start the pump manually ( {{k|q}}, {{k|Enter}} ) - if there is enough water*, the "reactor" will start immediately and the pump operator will leave.  The water from the north end of the pump will spill over the top-most floor tile, filling that to 7/7 and the two tiles east and west of it to ~5/7, but will not overflow back past the water wheel to the walkway area.  Note that for the upper level, no southern walls are shown as none are needed, unless you don't follow the design and do something to create water pressure.
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Lift hard, eat big, and grow bigger!
 
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*''(* Estimated minimum depth to prime the reactor is 3/7 to 4/7, though this is not guaranteed.)''
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* The ideal amount of water in this design is apparently 63 units of water. In other words six tiles below in the V are full up to 7/7 and three more above are also full up to 7/7 which will generate reliable flow permanently without ever losing any of that water to evaporation. An easy way to do this is to simply leave your pond fill command on after the reactor activates. They will eventually fill it up to the optimal level and stop.
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The reactor can be safely halted either by blocking the tile the pump draws water from or "overloading" the reactor (since drawing more power than the reactor supplies will stop the pump that keeps the cycle going until the load is reduced and the pump is manually restarted by dwarf-power),  More drastically, the reactor will obviously be halted by deconstructing the pump.  Deconstructing one wheel will cause a flood (and almost immediately cancel any job order to deconstruct the other components), and deconstructing the pump will cause both wheels to collapse (unless they are attached to {{L|machinery}} outside them, not shown).
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{{L|Power}} can routed up from the pump or off to the side from a wheel; the bottom of the pump is difficult to access without danger of water escaping.  Routing power from a wheel is typically safe in practice, but it's not impossible for a small amount of water to escape the reactor if it is temporarily overfilled.  Power can also be routed out of the reactor via a gear or horizontal axle over the pump's intake tile; while this does not interfere with the pump's operation or present a danger of flooding, it makes it more difficult to shut down the reactor.  In either case, it's typically wise to place a {{L|gear assembly}} linked to a {{L|lever}} early in the power train in order to allow disconnecting the power at that point, as opposed to needing to halt the entire reactor to stop the power supply.
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Expanded versions can produce more power, and can be added later with minimal advance planning; such extensibility is easily attainable by placing disengageable gears on either side of the two water wheels, then attaching minireactors at your leisure, or halting the original reactor by other means. Alternatively, it may be easier to simply produce a second reactor, then connect to the power train at another location.
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''Note: If created in an aquifer, there is a chance that the channeled tiles will have a natural {{L|flow|water flow}} - this will cause the pump to start the moment the first wheel is finished, flooding the work area for the second.''
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*This can be countered by connecting something that consumes >90 power while building the waterwheels -19 {{L|gear assembly|Gear assemblies}} works
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This even more compact design is quite similar to the original Dwarven Water Reactor, but can be used in tight spots that do not need more than 80 surplus power.  This plan can also be considered an extension unit to the DWR, in that it can be added to one or the other side to provide an additional 80 power to the resulting power train.  Safely constructing a mini reactor to add to a previously built reactor without potential flooding and/or loss of power is possible only if you first turn off the original reactor.  Planning ahead is a much better option, so if you're going to need more than 170 power, build a larger reactor to start with.
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Construction of the mini reactor follows the same order as for the DWR, though the channel is slightly different and only one water wheel is needed.  If this is an addition to a full size reactor or set of reactors, all channels will need to be fairly full with water to start the reactor.
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Revision as of 20:29, 21 September 2011

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Post workouts are positively crucial meal during the day. After your exercise routine you may have two objectives: refuel and rebuild. You need to refuel your glycogen stores and also rebuild the impaired muscle tissues. I usually drink how to gain weight with 100g simple carbs. I take this meal in liquid form because it's easier for body to absorb. Then an hour or so later I have 75g complex carbs with 2 portions of milk.


Before going to sleep is additionally crucial. You will end up going 8 hours without protein and so you need a slow digesting protein, I usually consume 4 servings of milk which is abundant in casein (a sluggish digesting protein) The carbohydrate food in the milk will spare the protein because you sleep. Even if milk says each of the carbs are sugar, milk sugar digests slowly and gradually, slow as compared to oats truly, to make sure they will remain with you throughout the night.


Really don't go more than three hours without protein. You wish to continue to keep a good nitrogen balance plus eating every 3 hours assures this. This is why the devotion part comes in to play. Repeatedly I've brought protein shakes to school parties and so I could get my protein fix. I additionally bring weight gainer shakes to my rugby games to avoid myself on a very personal level from entering calorie shortage. When you play football, hockey, soccer or even any specific hobby that really needs to burn off a great deal of calories you will need to be sure to account for these burnt calories within your daily totals. Try mixing a weight gainer up with mass gainer and put it on your bottle (your coach won't be able to notice by doing this).


Take in 6-8 meals. This provides your system a steady stream of nutrients and it likewise tricks your system so it stores less fat.


Get 8 hours of sleep. Take in at the very least a gallon of water a day. As soon as your cells are hydrated, your protein functionality also increases.


The exact opposite factor is the reason why drinking alcohol diminishes your protein activity, since liquor dehydrates your cells. So if you're going to have a very couple of drinks certainly take water along and sip on that as well.


Lift hard, eat big, and grow bigger!

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