Question Dive time management - multi-level vs. square profile

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jvogt

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I think the BO-TTs may be more useful then the CC-TTs for me.

As for planning, I use Subsurface and plan the dive in bailout mode with my known gasses plugged in. Once I find the limit of my bailout, I simply switch it to CC mode and there is my max TTS and first stop depth for CC. As long as I am within those limits I'm good. As for the scrubber, the runtime of the above has to be well within my remaining duration, or the dive plan gets shortened.

Edit: I us the same GF factors throughout. If I need to get out sooner I can change GF hi on the fly during the dive or just watch the GF 99 and ride the level I am comfortable with.
 
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