Substance ABCD (Water Overlay)
|SUBSTANCE_A||x/m²/s||The amount of substance A created per second per m² in this location.||0|
|SUBSTANCE_B||x/m²/s||The amount of substance B created per second per m² in this location.||0|
|SUBSTANCE_C||x/m²/s||The amount of substance C created per second per m² in this location.||0|
|SUBSTANCE_D||x/m²/s||The amount of substance D created per second per m² in this location.||0|
Chemical emitters are constructions which produce specific chemicals. The net amount of chemicals a single construction creates is spread out across it's surface. After the chemicals are created, any water flowing through the same location will carry a part of the chemicals with it.
Structures which are defined to create a negative amount of chemicals function as a scrubber or decomposer, removing the specified quantity of chemicals from the hydrological model.
In situations where water is absent, chemicals will not be moved between cells.
- Chemical emitters must be constructions on the surface, not underground constructions.
- Chemical emitters's attributes do not take the form of function values, and thus must be added manually or as part of loading in geodata.
- Chemicals have generic definitions, in terms of name and magnitude, to allow for the modeling of arbitrary substances.
- Surface flow formula
- Underground flow formula
- Surface infiltration formula
- Underground infiltration formula
- Surface model
- Underground model
- Infiltration model
- Substance flow model