Changeset ede5e70 in subsurface


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Timestamp:
Mar 24, 2017, 9:32:41 AM (4 weeks ago)
Author:
Dirk Hohndel <dirk@…>
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git-author:
Jan Mulder <jlmulder@…> (03/22/17 01:12:20)
git-committer:
Dirk Hohndel <dirk@…> (03/24/17 09:32:41)
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user manual: pSCR diving is similar to OC, not CCR

See also commit acb38c9e00f2. pSCR is with respect to cylinder planning very
similar to OC planning. Obviously, the SAC is much (max. 8x for counterlung
ration 1:10) lower, but multiple gasses are common (in all but recreational
pSCR diving).

Changed the wording to reflect this.

Signed-off-by: Jan Mulder <jlmulder@…>

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    36923692accross the mouthpiece of the rebreather into account. If the
    36933693pO~2~ drops below what is considered safe, a warning appears in the _Dive plan
    3694 details_. A typical pSCR configuration is with a single cylinder and one or more bail-out
    3695 cylinders. Therefore the setup of the _Available gases_ and the _Dive planner points_ tables
    3696 are very similar to that of a CCR dive plan, described below. However, no oxygen setpoints
     3694details_. A typical pSCR cylinder setup is very similar to an open circuit dive;
     3695one or more drive cilinders, possibly with different bottom and decompression
     3696gasses, including gas switches during the dive like in open circuit diving.
     3697Therefore, the setup of the _Available gases_ and the _Dive planner points_ tables
     3698are very similar to that of a open circuit dive plan, described above. However, no oxygen setpoints
    36973699are specified for pSCR dives. Below is a dive plan for a pSCR dive. The dive is comparable
    36983700to that of the CCR dive below, but note the longer ascent duration due to the lower oxygen
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