Started by AP, July 19, 2017, 02:06:43 PM
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Quote from: jamespettsAs to percolating groundwater, I do not think that there are any rivers that reach a navigable depth just by these means, are there? This would only occur near a river's source, resulting in a larger stream, not a navigable river. .
Quote from: AP on July 23, 2017, 11:50:11 AMWhere do you think rainwater goes where it falls on a dry flood plain? A river is just where the water table moves from below ground to above ground. it drains the water table wherever it occurs. That is why when they drained the fens or Somerset levels, they did so by digging new rivers.
Quote from: jamespetts on July 23, 2017, 01:16:18 PMThis would require some significant amount of time in researching rivers (can you find an example of a navigable river with no tributaries?
Quote from: scamps on July 30, 2017, 05:47:51 PMAnother reason to review river generation sometime is meters-per-tile setting. In real life riers wider then 125m are not too rare. They are navigable by river/sea class ships.It would be fun to have several tiles wide rivers in Simutrans.Only restriction that comes to mind: changing height of such river is not supproted.