|Use your name, some consistant handle, or go away!|
Posted by Ross Overstreet on September 13, 2006 at 13:45:00:|
In Reply to: Deep Tech Dive with Deco surface intervals posted by anon on September 13, 2006 at 12:43:08:
I'm dumb for even typing to a sock puppet...
V-Planner is just a nice GUI for the VPM model. It may even have errors. Even if it's coded perfect, VPM is just another MODEL. There are at least a dozen of them. None are considered a 100% accurate representation of what dissolved gas and bubbles are doing in the body.
Your best shot is to find a good test group that has done lots of dives like the one that you're contemplating. Ensure that they've had a relatively low incidence of DCS. Follow their protocols. Hope that your body behaves similar to theirs.
Study up on the concept of a model. Here's some good info on the math behind some of the more popular models.
This is what you'll find at the bottom of any V-Planner generated table.
********* WARNING & DISCLAIMER *********
This schedule is not intended for uneducated users. V-Planner and the
|Optional Link URL:|
|Optional Link Title:|
|Optional Image URL:|
|Post Background Color:||White Black|
|Post Area Page Width:||Normal Full|
|You must type in the
scrambled text key to
This is required to
help prevent spam bots
from flooding this BBS.