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    Re: A helium in CCR question

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    Re: A helium in CCR question

    this is a very interesting topic - the gas dynamics in the closed system have considerations throughout the dive.

    the other area of note is on ascent, particulalrly once you are on pure O2. We're still off-gassing, and this (N2 or He, or both) is staying in the loop. I've been able to notice both volume increase and slight PO2 drop when decompressing. The next wave of computers should really incorporate a He sensor so we have more accurate sniffing of gas going on to be applied to decompression calcs

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