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Sorry, question was misphrased.  Ignore prior msg.

Dunno frankly.  But with that as starting point, will give it a look.

Your method is easier to use in the field !

Can't think right now, but how much weight will that suit require if we
added 200cc of gas cells to it?  That is, it begins neutral at 15' with 16 lbs.









At 12:01 AM 8/8/2002 -0400, Automatic digest processor wrote:
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>Date:    Wed, 7 Aug 2002 16:27:27 -0400
>From:    "Huntzinger, Hugh A [AMSTA-AR-CCL-B]" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Tired neoprene (was: 5mm or 7mm?)
>
>Marv writes:
> > FWIW, Bruce Wienke's new book, Technical Diving in Depth, ...
> > has a formula to calculate buoyancy at depth from compression
> > of a wet suit.
>
>
>How different are his numbers from simple assumed linearity?
>
>For example, for +24lbs @ surface (1ATM), simple linearity would predict:
>
>    +16lbs @  15fsw (1.5ATM)
>    +12lbs @  33fsw (2ATM)
>     +8lbs @  66fsw (3ATM)
>     +6lbs @  99fsw (4ATM)
>     +4lbs @ 165fsw (6ATM)
>
>
> > Alas, what's missing is how to estimate the size of air
> > pockets in neoprene beforehand!
>
>Unless its really an Empirical data fudge factor <g>.
>
>
>-hh





Warm regards,



Marv Gozum
Philadelphia PA