Now we go back to Table 1. Dear John, Thank you for taking the time to read my blog. You are commenting using your WordPress. As my dives I was planning to do were in metres I thought it would be obvious that I would be using the metric tables. Table 1 allows you to calculate your pressure group after a dive.
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This then gives a pressure group of O. As 13m is not on the table we will use 14m. Using the TBT and the depth of the dive we can use Table 1 to work out the pressure group.
So now we use Table 2.
Our plan is to do a 40 minute surface interval. Many divers say that Rescue Diver is their favorite course.
Eventually you will come to a box that contains 1: As my dives I was planning to do were in metres I thought it would be obvious that I would be using the metric tables. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Email required Address never made public.
PADI Through the Decades: the 1980s
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Table 2 allows you to calculate your pressure group after a surface interval. Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: This gives the TBT. Then locate 14m on the left of the table. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Notice that the table is split into three tables. It can be poorly taught and as divers ever more rely on computers it can quickly be forgotten.
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We plan to stay on the surface for 65 minutes 1 hour 5 minutes. Notify me of new comments via email. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Today, electronic versions of the RDP remain available and popular. Table 1 allows you to calculate your pressure group after a dive. That interval contains 1: Now we can read of the pressure group that we are in, move your finger cross to the left and you will come to a letter.
For this part of the example you will only use Table 1. The first box we pass is for 0: Using a Dive Profile can help you when planning dives. This means we need to work out our final pressure group. Here is the dive profile completed for the first part of the problem.
Prior to this, the industry considered it a specialty or crammed it into lower level training, diluting the focus on it. Using Table 1 we would look up 11m 12m as it is the closest and scroll down until we found 65 minutes 66 minutes as it is the closest.
PADI RDP w/ Instructions Booklet
At the time it was considered bizarre to start divers with scuba rather than freediving. We start on Table 1 at N, we move right across the until we get pqdi Table 2.
Here is a pdf file that contains blank dive profiles that you can use to practice calculating your pressure groups and Adjusted No Decompression Limits.