## Technical Diving in Depth |

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A set of repetitive, multiday, and excitation factors, m "P, m '8, and n ", are drawn

in

7 days. Clearly, the repetitive factors, m ", relax to one after about 2 hours, while ...

A set of repetitive, multiday, and excitation factors, m "P, m '8, and n ", are drawn

in

**Figures**5, 6, and 7, using conservative parameter values, y' = 80 min and w' =7 days. Clearly, the repetitive factors, m ", relax to one after about 2 hours, while ...

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... r = 60 fsw/min (Part 7,

new Group (Part 7,

t (Part 7,

... r = 60 fsw/min (Part 7,

**Figure**1)? If 68 min are spent on the surface, what is thenew Group (Part 7,

**Figure**1)? On the next dive to 46 fow, what is the penalty time,t (Part 7,

**Figure**1)? If bottom time at 46 fow is 15 min, what is the new surfacing ...Page 344

The above set of equations are cast in vector notation, and

review the addition, subtraction, velocity and particle displacement (

velocity and particle displacement in a curved trajectory, and acceleration (

2) in ...

The above set of equations are cast in vector notation, and

**Figures**1 and 2review the addition, subtraction, velocity and particle displacement (

**Figure**1),velocity and particle displacement in a curved trajectory, and acceleration (

**Figure**2) in ...

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### Contents

Gas Kinetics | 3 |

Dissolved Phase Transfer | 10 |

CRITICAL TENSIONS AND PHASE VOLUMES | 21 |

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