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Synopsis & Fact Sheet: update per 07/2021 & PoC for DIVE Version 3_10

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Synopsis & Fact Sheet: an update per 07/2021 wit new materials / publications for a Proof of Concept (PoC) for DIVE Version 3_10; including links to: --> Collateral Aspects of DCS --> an agile implementation of the K-value, a severity index for CNS-OT & P-OT (oxygen toxicity for the CNS and the pulmonary system)
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Synopsis & Fact Sheet:
update per 07/2021
& PoC for DIVE Version 3_10
PoC: proof of concept;
DIVE: a decompression suite as a free-/shareware for [1]:
dive / decompression planning with open system / SCUBA
bounce/jump/sprint dives in the TEC & recreational domain
saturation diving
custom models for:
diving at reduced ambient pressure, low water temperature
diving with high workload / oxygen consumption
C&R diving, Caisson- & Tunnel work
oxygen effects @ pO2 > 1.3 atm:
bradycardia & vasoconstriction
9 independant models for P(DCS) assessment
R-/L shunting model
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For simple perfusion models like:
Bühlmann, Hahn, USN, VVAL, MT92, …
no GUI (*), only robust CLI (**), MS Windows:
“click & run” (no installation required)
flexible Service Engine in stable FORTRAN77:
(*) GUI: graphical user interface (**): CLI: command line interface
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Topic DOI Ref.
Heliox Jump Dive 10.13140/RG.2.2.24608.20482/1 [2]
MT92 comparison 10.13140/RG.2.2.34271.38567 [3]
DCIEM, USN comparison 10.13140/RG.2.2.28277.40169 [4]
DGUV40 comparison 10.13140/RG.2.2.10079.28324 [5]
Yo-Yo / fish farming 10.13140/RG.2.2.15432.75522 [6]
P(DCS) models compared 10.13140/RG.2.2.17249.74084 [7]
SAAdeep stoptable 10.13140/RG.2.2.24738.04800 [8]
Comparison with COMEX 10.13140/RG.2.2.10536.39685 [9]
K-values for CNS- & P-OT 10.13140/RG.2.2.17583.87205 [10]
Collateral aspects of DCS 10.13140/RG.2.2.22131.66087 [11]
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References (1):
[1] the SubMarineConsulting Group (1991) DIVE:
a decompression suite;
[2] Salm, Albi (2020) ZH-L 12 : Validation of an old (1982) experimental
Heliox jump dive (30 m, 120 min)
DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.24608.20482/1
[3] Salm, Albi (2021) The mapping of a french air diving table (MT92)
to a standard Haldane- / Workman- /Schreiner-algorithm
DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.34271.38567
[4] Salm, Albi (2020) Comparison of the air-diving tables ZH-86 and DCIEM
with DGUV40 & DIVE V 3_09
DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.28277.40169
[5] Salm, Albi (2020) Is the DGUV40 adequate for underwater-"work"?
DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.10079.28324
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References (2):
[6] Salm, Albi (2020) On the theoretical evaluation of one
yo-yo diving profile on air for fish-farming
DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.15432.75522
[7] Salm, Albi (2020) On the statistical probability of contracting a
decompression sickness after a single scuba dive on air within a no-
decompression-limit
DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.17249.74084
[8] Salm, Albi (2020) A „deep stop“ table for recreational dives on air:
Debunked!
DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.24738.04800
[9] Salm, Albi (2020) Adaption of a COMEX procedure for recreational bounce
dives on air
DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.10536.39685
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References (3):
[10] Rosenblat, Miri; Vered, Nurit; Salm, Albi (01.06.2021)
An agile implementation of the “K-value”:
a severity index for CNS- and pulmonary oxygen-toxicity
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.17583.87205
[11] Rosenblat, Miri; Vered, Nurit (03/2011)
Synopsis: Some collateral aspects of DCS
(and all the references therein)
DOI:
https://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.22131.66087
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Bonus Material:
Source for
DIVE Version 3_10
Download free of charge:
DIVE V 3_10
(https://www.divetable.info/DIVE_V3/index.htm)
and the german manual
https://www.divetable.info/DIVE_V3/DOXV3_0.pdf
The release train for
the english version (V3_04) is still somewhat slower
DIVE V 3_10 is not compatible with all older versions!
https://www.divetable.info/DIVE_V3/V3e/index.htm
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„Alive & kickin‘ …“ since 1991
continuous development after latest news from
Diving & Hyperbaric Medicine (DHM Journal); and:
ASM UHMS (annual scientific meeting of the UHMS)
the latest DIVE Version for beta testing is always staged there
(german website):
https://www.divetable.info/beta/index.htm
along with information on
production date
size in bytes
new features
• bugs fixed
checksums for verifying the download.
(Microsoft 64 Bit Windows 7 or higher required)
Continuous
development of DIVE:
ResearchGate has not been able to resolve any citations for this publication.
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Abstract: The published french air diving tables MT92 ([1] & [2]) could be mapped via a simple algebraic transformation directly to a standard decompression algorithm based on blood perfusion with a linear relationship between calculated compartment inert gas overpressures and the ambient pressure. With this mapping the MT92 table entries could be calculated with any desktop decompression software and thus compared to other published air diving tables like DCIEM, USN & NDTT [5]. As well the MT92 framework could be extended to other than printed: or greater bottom depths or longer bottom times higher pO2 during decompression modified decompression stages if operational requirements need an adaption of the published tables.
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ZH-L12: Validation of an old (1982) experimental Heliox jump dive (30 m, 120 min): Question: could we verify the old ZH-L12 decompression profile with a topical desktop deco software?
DIVE: a decompression suite
the SubMarineConsulting Group (1991) DIVE: a decompression suite;