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5 Volume Scuba Divers Manual & Salvage Diving

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5 Volume Scuba Divers Manual & Salvage Diving

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U.S. Navy Diver Manual 948 pages, CD-ROM, with updates through 1999(current).
Dive Table Software
Excel Spread Sheets
Diving Log Book on CD-ROM
To Many Extras to List.
The most comprehensive Diving Reference CD Available. Features a Easy to use Professional Menu Interface.
With all the software to view and use the content of this Reference CD.
U.S. Navy Scuba Diving Manual
Numerous pictures, illustrations and tables; Revision 4, 20 January 1999.
PREFACE: Revision 4 of the U.S. Navy Diving Manual is a comprehensive update and reorganization of the previous revisions.
Most significantly, the Manual has been divided into 5 standalone volumes to replace the previous two volumes,
which will allow the operators to take the necessary volumes to the dive sight.
The dive manual is updated to provide the latest procedures and equipment currently being utilized by military divers.
It also includes two entirely new procedures to provided greater flexibility for diving operations:
Chapter 10 on Nitrogen-Oxygen (NITROX) Operations and the Diving at High Altitude section of Chapter 9.
This revision is a compilation of input and review by navy divers involved in all aspects of diving operations.
Experts from every area of military diving were consulted on specifics in their field and also utilized to make a review
of the finished version.

DIVING MANUAL CONTENTS:
Volume 1: Diving Principles and Policies
Volume 2: Air Diving Operations
Volume 3: Mixed-Gas Surface-Supplied Diving Operations
Volume 4: Closed-Circuit and Semiclosed-Circuit Diving Operations
Volume 5: Diving Medicine and Recompression Chamber Operations
TABLE OF CONTENTS BY CHAPTER:
1 HISTORY OF DIVING
2 UNDERWATER PHYSICS
3 UNDERWATER PHYSIOLOGY
4 DIVE SYSTEMS
5 DIVE PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION
6 OPERATIONAL PLANNING
7 SCUBA AIR DIVING OPERATIONS
8 SURFACE-SUPPLIED AIR DIVING OPERATIONS
9 AIR DECOMPRESSION
10 NITROGEN-OXYGEN DIVING OPERATIONS
11 ICE AND COLD WATER DIVING OPERATIONS
12 MIXED-GAS DIVING THEORY
13 MIXED-GAS OPERATIONAL PLANNING
14 SURFACE-SUPPLIED MIXED-GAS DIVING PROCEDURES
15 SATURATION DIVING
16 BREATHING GAS MIXING PROCEDURES
17 CLOSED-CIRCUIT MIXED-GAS UBA DIVING
18 CLOSED-CIRCUIT OXYGEN UBA DIVING
19 DIVING DISORDERS NOT REQUIRING RECOMPRESSION THERAPY
20 DIVING DISORDERS REQUIRING RECOMPRESSION THERAPY
21 RECOMPRESSION THERAPY
22 RECOMPRESSION CHAMBER OPERATION.
Numerous pictures, illustrations and tables;
Salvage Engineers Handbook
PREFACE: Salvage engineering is a broad-based, interdisciplinary field. Salvage Engineers must have a firm grasp on the principles of naval architecture to be able to assess the strengths and stability of a damaged vessel. A working knowledge of strength of materials, mechanics, dynamics, and structures is requisite, as are some understanding of soil mechanics, fluid dynamics, coastal processes, safety engineering, and the theory and practice associated with rigging systems design and operation, pumping operations, compressed air system design and operation, metals fabrication,industrial processes, and explosives use. This handbook has been assembled to provide the Navy salvage engineer an authoritative and comprehensive reference work comparable to the standard reference works available for other technical disciplines. Most of the subject matter presented is not new, but has been gleaned from many different sources.
Salvage engineering is by its nature interdisciplinary, innovative, and improvisational; it is quite impossible to include in a single volume a thorough treatment of all the fields encompassed by the profession. This handbook should be taken as an outline of an extremely broad and diverse subject. Many of the component subjects are extensively treated in available literature and the aspiring salvage engineer should expect to gain a complete knowledge of the profession only by reference to works on related topics, extensive study of salvage histories, and time on the proving ground of experience. that make the calculations meaningful. The Salvage Engineer's Handbook is intended to be the standard reference for the salvage engineer.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
FORWARD
INTRODUCTION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 NAVAL ARCHITECTURE FOR THE SALVAGE ENGINEER
CHAPTER 2 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
CHAPTER 3 ENVIRONMENTAL FORCES
CHAPTER 4 SURVEYS AND PLANNING
CHAPTER 5 STRANDED SHIPS
CHAPTER 6 SUNKEN AND CAPSIZED SHIPS
CHAPTER 7 RIGGING SYSTEMS
CHAPTER 8 RECOVERING BUOYANCY
CHAPTER 9 WEIGHT - CHAPTER
10 EXPLOSIVES
APPENDIX A DOCUMENTATION MATRIX
APPENDIX B INTACT SHIP INFORMATION
APPENDIX C STABILITY AND CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS
APPENDIX D BASIC ENGINEERING CALCULATIONS
APPENDIX E ENGINEER?S TABLES
APPENDIX F COMPREHENSIVE EXAMPLES

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