I'm trying to plan a rotating wheel space station for a project. It should be noted that I have to stay as close to real physics as possible, although it takes place in far future. The space station is orbiting an Earth-like planet.
The deck 0 is one with reactor core. Besides it's practically a one long tunnel to transport stuff from the manufacturing center to various sectors or to the docking bay.
The manufacturing center can be used to produce almost anything from food to spaceships (can't be bigger than maintenance tunnels). There is a constant supply with resources by a fleet of autonomous spacecraft, which mine asteroids and planets.
(additional notice): Power is not a problem here. Let's just assume there is a sufficient enough power source, which would be more than enough for most problems. Be it a nuclear reactor or thermonuclear one, doesn't matter.
And for everything else it's easier to show sketches. As I'm really bad at physics, I'm not sure if the station has some problems. Does it look feasible? Are there obvious and not-so-obvious problems? If so, what could be improved?