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Proceedings of Rebreather Forum 2.0.

Discussion in 'Rebreather Diving' started by Gene_Hobbs, Aug 18, 2008.

  1. Gene_Hobbs

    Gene_Hobbs Instructor, Scuba

    Thanks to DSAT/ PADI for the addition of this classic.

    Richardson, D; Menduno, M; Shreeves, K. (eds.) 1996. Proceedings of Rebreather Forum 2.0. Diving Science and Technology, Santa Ana, CA. RRR ID: 7555

    Table of Contents:
    Braving the Loop: Opening Session;
    Rebreather Primer;
    Physiological Primer;
    Rebreather Maintenance & Logistics;
    Semiclosed Systems: Problems and Solutions;
    Rebreather Market;
    Military Operations;
    End User Diving Operations;
    Equipment Testing & Performance;
    Military Rebreather Training;
    Sport Rebreather Training;
    Liability & Regulation;
    Surviving the Loop: Closing Session;
    Findings & Recommendations;

    Papers and Articles:
    The Development of Health and Safety Legislation. - Mike Harwood;
    Lab Testing Today's Rebreathers - Hans Ornhagen & Mario Loncar;
    A Physiological Primer on Rebreather Technology - R.W. Hamilton;
    Safe Oxygen: How Low Can You Go? - David Elliot;
    Rebreather Basics - Ed Thalmann;
    Evaluating Rebreather Performance - Ed Thalmann;
    Oxygen Exposure Management - Richard Vann;
    Learn From Other's Mistakes. - James D. Brown;
    A Learner's Guide to Closed Circuit Rebreather Operations - Richard L. Pyle;
    Work of Breathing in Underwater Breathing Apparatus - John Clarke;

    Rebreather Terminology & Common Units;
    Rebreather Vendors;
    SPUMs and NAUI Policies;
    Rebreather Forum Team;
    In the Loop: Report on Rebreather Forum 1.0;
    Rebreather Forum 2.0.

    NOTE: Permission was granted to The Rubicon Foundation, Inc and this paper should NOT be added to your own web site. Violation of this "trust" will make it harder for us to deal with this and other publishers going forward. Also, PLEASE use the database link (above) and not link directly to any pdf in our system. This has been eating quite a bit of bandwidth and is now making a difference given the traffic we receive. Thanks for the support!
  2. caveseeker7

    caveseeker7 Rebreather Pilot

    Got the hard copy a few years back, makes for very interesting reading.
    Thanks to PADI/DSAT and The Rubicon Foundation for making it easily available for everyone. :D

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