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Us Navy Divers Handbook

Author : United States. Naval Ship Systems Command. Supervisor of Diving
ISBN : 1905492189
Genre : Diving
File Size : 23.28 MB
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Contains the US Navy Decompression Tables and also the Recompression Chamber Operator's Handbook. This handbook covers training requirements for Oxygen Worker Training, a necessary element for commands to manage the oxygen systems which are required for the revised procedures. It is suitable for divers and chamber operators.
Category: Diving

U S Navy Diver S Handbook

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ISBN : UCSD:31822023736929
Genre : Decompression (Physiology)
File Size : 73.29 MB
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Category: Decompression (Physiology)

U S Navy Diving Manual

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ISBN : 9780788182600
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 25.12 MB
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Presents comprehensive information on air diving operations. It contains data and information from all groups within the Navy diving community, and reflects state-of-the-art diving capabilities of the U.S. Navy. New equipments appearing for the first time include the Underwater Breathing Apparatus (UBA) MK 20 MOD 0, UBA MK 21 MOD 1, the Light Weight Diving System (LWDS) MK 3 MOD 0, and the Transportable Recompression Chamber System (TRCS). Appendices: changes in the deployment of standby divers in ships husbandry diving, changes in treatment tables and new correction factors and guidance relating to the use of pneumofathometers.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Underwater Handbook

Author : Charles Shilling
ISBN : 9781468421545
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 26.42 MB
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This handbook attempts to translate data on various parameters of man's capability in underwater and hyperbaric environments for those without a background in the life sciences. Accomplishing any multifaceted task requires team work, and effective team work depends on facile communication among all participants. To communicate properly, all parties must understand each other's problems and be able to speak a similar language. To this end we believe that this publication will go a long way in furthering the understanding and communication necessary for maximum achievement. The U. S. Navy has a fundamental interest in all types of activities connected with the ocean and is especially interested in the growing field of manned underwater and hyperbaric activities. Thus, the manuscript for this comprehensive book was developed under Office of Naval Research contract N00014-67-A-0214-0013 with The George Washington University. We acknowledge with appreciation the financial support and technical guidance for this undertaking by the Naval Medical Research and Develop ment Command of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery as well as by the Engineering Psychology Program and the Physiology Program of the Office of Naval Research. JOSEPH P. POLLARD Director Biological and Medical Sciences Division Office of Naval Research vii Preface A need was felt for a book that would document the relationship of the human being to the underwater hyperbaric environment in such a way that the individual unfamiliar with the psychological or biomedical jargon could still understand and appreciate the information.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Diver S Handbook Of Underwater Calculations

Author : Wayne C. Tucker
ISBN : UOM:39015004551787
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 47.32 MB
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Many problems confronting the practicing commercial diver can be worked out easily and accurately with the use of the formulas provided here. Among the calculations given are those relating to decompression, fresh water vs. seawater, air supply, compass, and salvage. Pressure, volume, and temperature relationships, safe working loads of rigging and tackle, corrosion of metals, underwater light and sound -- all of these are discussed, supplemented by a list of useful references.
Category: Sports & Recreation