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Old 19th March 2011, 18:05   #1
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My name is Ryszard Czarnecki
I am a designer of semi-closed circuit with constant partial pressure of oxygen.

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Old 19th March 2011, 20:58   #2
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Welcome to RBW, I'd like to hear more about your designs.
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Old 19th March 2011, 21:54   #3
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An interesting and simple is this P-386700
http://www.shark.net.pl/forum/download/file.php?id=47
Looks like the CVR SCR (PSCR in the second execution) but with the KO2 instead of Ca(OH)2 and the cylinder is clean inert gas or low oxygen mixture. We achieve circulating about the use of 11,000 m above sea level to 100m underwater. Of course, nothing in the system do not list. The only change is the position of the valve 8, where we go with the pitch mode of diving or decompression of oxygen.

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Old 27th April 2011, 06:24   #4
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Old 27th April 2011, 06:54   #5
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Welcome

My name is Ryszard Czarnecki
I am a designer of semi-closed circuit with constant partial pressure of oxygen.

greet rc (pozdrawiam rc)
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Welcome to the board.

Do you also design close circuit systems?


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Old 27th April 2011, 09:15   #6
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Do you also design close circuit systems?
Many elements of the closed loop is common for SCR and CCR. A little practice have not yet reported to the CCR. Closed circuits are much simpler than the semi-enclosed seas. So how can make a simple solution like this SCR with chemically acumulated oxygen is much more than the next CCR. In particular, it has a very stable ppO2 at great depths.

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Many elements of the closed loop is common for SCR and CCR. A little practice have not yet reported to the CCR. Closed circuits are much simpler than the semi-enclosed seas. So how can make a simple solution like this SCR with chemically acumulated oxygen is much more than the next CCR. In particular, it has a very stable ppO2 at great depths.

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Hi,

Like you said, CCR design is much simpler than SCR. So why do you still want to design a constant PO2 SCR? Wouldn't a CCR be simpler to operate and use gas more efficiently?

What about using chemically accumulated O2 on CCRs?


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So why do you still want to design a constant PO2 SCR? Wouldn't a CCR be simpler to operate and use gas more efficiently?

What about using chemically accumulated O2 on CCRs?
SCR has been carried out did not kill the author.
As for gas consumption, it just has a very low consumption of inert 1/30 of ventilation. It's a sensational result slightly weaker than in the CCR. However, construction does not require any calibration has a long storage life. There is no electronics.
This is a serious advantages.

You can use the accumulated oxygen chemically to the CCR, but arises because the oxygen generatinag mass creative produce oxygen in excess it was very difficult in existing structures, because the Russians had produced O3 is reduced oxygen overproduction.

But I invented a simple solution to the problem of a purely mechanical eliminate overproduction of oxygen generatinag mass. Additionally, it has a stable ppO2

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