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Dive tables exercises

Discussion in 'Basic Scuba' started by bebo, Nov 21, 2003.

  1. bebo

    bebo Contributor

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    I was just wondering if someone knew of a website or any source, where I can find tons of dive table exercises.

    I like running those in my heads, solving possible scenarios, etc...I know it's a little weird....but that just me:D . I'd love to sharpen my mind before using any computer.
     
  2. d33ps1x

    d33ps1x Divemaster

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    Lemme know if you find something. I'm weird too.
     
  3. scubatexastony

    scubatexastony Public Safety Diver

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    it was scubatoys I found "table tutor", share ware, lets you do so many then it cuts back to just letter groups exercises... got it when the wife was practicing....try this...http://www.flash.net/~table/table/

    tony
     
  4. JustAddWater

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  5. Bryan@Vintage Double Hose

    Bryan@Vintage Double Hose Instructor, Scuba

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    Does anyone have the form that appears in most text books and log books where you write down the factors from the tables/your time and depth etc and work it out on paper ?
    Hope this makes sense! If not, E-me and I'll explain it better.
     
  6. Charlie99

    Charlie99 Solo Diver

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    Try the PADI Log Book pages thread. There were some examples posted that include the repetitive dive / pressure group tracking diagram that you seem to be referring to.

    Charlie
     
  7. bebo

    bebo Contributor

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    Thx a mil guys. A million questions..I think that will suffice for a couple of days:D
     
  8. Uncle Pug

    Uncle Pug Swims with Orca ScubaBoard Supporter

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    111' for 46 minutes (60' average)
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    Both dives on EAN32
     
  9. boomx5

    boomx5 DIR Practitioner

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    I figure that sounds like fun; did I miss anything?
     
  10. scubatexastony

    scubatexastony Public Safety Diver

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    replys for new divers. Although it's an exercise in getting you thinking, it should have been prefaced with a disclaimer of NOT doing those types of dives prior to learning your tables and gaining a working understanding of how nitrogen enters and exits your body. Hence, my answer would be, you blew your NDL by the tables and should not dive for 48 hrs. :wink: You're in time out!

    tony
     

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