Evaluation of Newly Computed Helium-oxygen Decompression Tables at Depths Greater Than Provided for in the Published Tables, the Effectiveness of the Improved Recirculation System and the Feasibility of Accomplishing Useful Work by Highly Trained and Conditionedd Divers at These Depths
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1N HELMET SAMPLES 1N SUPPLY M1XTURE 2.3 atmospheres 20 minute dives 50 feet 70 minute AV GA1N bends occurred BUREAU OF SHIPS carbon dioxide CONCLUSIONS CONDITIONED DIVERS decompression period deep depths deeper depths in excess determine whether dive mild bends dives tabulated dives to depths EFFECT1VE effective eliminate experimental flfO following Table foot G. G. MOLUMPHY GA1N OR LOSS gas was drawn Haldane apparatus Helium-Oxygen Decompression Tables high pressure nozzle higher percentage HIGHLY TRAINED However inches KflA RED LOSS 1N ACTUAL minute exposure minute first stop minute tissue NEWLY COMPUTED HELIUM-OXYGEN number of dives oxygen poisoning while PARTIAL PRESSURE percentage of oxygen PH1 RED poisoning while following post dive bends post dive mild present recirculating system pressure nozzle discharge Prior psi over bottom PUBLISHED TABLES purged READ1NGS sampling tube schedules second stop shifted to oxygen SHIPS PROJECT stop Win Stops Ft SURF surface decompression surface interval Table VI tabulated in Chart Teas THROAT tissues slower TRAINED AND CONDITIONED U.S. NAVY UNIT vacuum ventilation VfNT volume