Tag Archive: deco
Decompression Theory – Links and Resources Here is my selection of educational articles and resources for further reading on scuba diving decompression theory… – Bubble Decompression Strategies by Eric Maiken – VPM Decompression Site by Eric Maiken – Confessions of a Mortal Diver by Richard Pyle – The Importance of Deep Stops by Richard Pyle – Half-Times Explained by Mark Powell – Deco Lessons by Erik Baker (pdf) […]
Confessions of a Mortal Diver – Learning the Hard Way (Decompression Sickness, Treatment and Recovery) by Richard L. Pyle (email@example.com) ScubaTechPhilippines note: I’ve posted this article as it represents a serious lesson and learning text for technical divers. It was originally posted via a washington.edu website, but sadly that location hasn’t remained online. The true story, […]
Gradient Factor Comparison Using A Simple 60m Trimix Dive Case-Study By Andy Davis. As a follow-up to my previous article, ‘A Logical Application of Gradient Factors Settings for Open-Circuit Tech Divers‘, I have decided to write a comparative case-study that illustrates the effect that three different gradient factor settings can have on the dynamics of […]
Decompression Gases – Efficiency Ratios Deco Gas Efficiency Ratio Air 1:1 32% 1:1.6 36% 1:1.21 40% 1:1.26 50% 1:1.32 80% 1:1.36 100% 1:1.40 Theoretical efficiency ratios for decompression gas options.