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Up to approximately 30 years' in the past diving task was once targeted totally on the naval companies, who supplied a lead within the improvement of kit, innovations and approaches. except one or brilliant salvage undertakings, the most advertisement job up until eventually that point was once particularly low-key paintings in docks and harbours. the concept that of saturation diving emerged from subsea habitats of which Captain Cousteau used to be one of many pioneers. This led how to advertisement improvement in aid of exploration and the creation of offshore oil and gasoline, and that i think that my pal Henri Delauze used to be one of many first to mount the subsea habitat on deck and supply a sealed bell to express divers from the habitat to the seabed with out swap of strain. A awesome characteristic of offshore oil and fuel know-how within the North Sea has been the willingness of all involved to interchange information about R&D. This has had a big impression at the enhance in know-how over the past few years. so far as diving is anxious, it's to some degree 'Hobson's Choice'. criminal patents are tricky to accomplish during this box, and the informal nature of diver employment so far has intended that rules and methods movement nearly as freely because the divers themselves. moreover, the advertis­ ing of the recent applied sciences which one has to supply virtually vehicle­ matically capacity disclosure of what another way may be secret.

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Measured in Joule/litre. Respiratory Pressure (DP) The respiratory pressure is the differential pressure measured at the diver's mouth, during inhalation and exhalation, relative to the system reference pressure. Measured in kilo pascal. e. 52 ADVANCES IN UNDERWATER TECHNOLOGY no workload) and therre is no respiratory gas flow. Measured in kilo pascal. Ambient Pressure The ambient pressure is defined as the pressure measured in the water at the diver's mouth level. Measured in kilo pascal. Over/Under Pressure The over/under pressure is the maximum pressure difference to which the diver may be exposed in the event of apparatus failure.

Safe working dive to 400 msw is considered physiologically feasible provided that technical and medico-physiological aspects are carefully evaulated, controlled and tested in an onshore trial dive. We shall discuss the main topics to be taken into account in the definition of the human factors programme for working dives to 400 msw. 33 34 ADVANCES IN UNDERWATER TECHNOLOGY DIVERS SELECTION This essential aspect is mainly based on professional and medico/physiological criteria as well as divers' training.

1 • Each additional depth increment brings along its own specific problems. It seems that most of the technical solutions developed recently for 300 msw will fail to match the 400 msw specifications. • Though diving methods tend to minimize fatigue and risks, divers at 400 msw will be exposed to HPNS, thermal stress, long saturation time and increased gas density and will still be asked to carry out almost the same tasks as in conventional diving. Therefore, we think that the standards prepared for 400 msw diving must be kept very high.

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