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    Nitrox tables in Excel files

    Hi everybody

    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

    JM

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    I See General EAD/MOD Table in Excel

    Quote Originally Posted by frenchdiver
    Hi everybody

    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

    JM
    If you promise to help by returning to me the NDLs in minutes for depths in meters, you can use this one that I put together.

    DISCLAIMER: Although I believe these calculations to be accurate, you should check everything yourself. This table does [b]not[/] substitute for training in the use of Nitrox.

    OK, now you can PM me your email address since I can't upload a filetype of ".xls". (I'll post it as a .zip if I can include the metric data that will allow it to be fully general.)

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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...
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    Quote Originally Posted by frenchdiver
    Hi everybody

    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

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