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"Recreational Nitrox Diving" by Robert N. Rossier has all the EAN tables as well as the formulas the tables are derived from. I don't have the book here, but I'm sure the formulas must be available on the web somewhere...
I'm new in this forum and i am from France
I'm searching on the net the Nitrox tables but in file format
Is there anybody there who has this type of file or who knows where I can find them
Thanks for your help
I see that your post has been moved to a forum that should generate answers to your question more quickly. These folks are helpful like that.
Enjoy the board and hope to see you around often.
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