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## The Complete Scuba Toolkit Manual PageTable PlannerThe table planner allows you to plan a dive using different dives tables and units systems. With the planner you will be able to: - Pressure group at the end of a dive, given a starting pressure group or no starting pressure group at all.
- Pressure group after a given surface interval.
- Residual nitrogen time, given a depth and a pressure group.
- Find the residual nitrogen time, given a depth and a pressure group.
- Find the minimum surface interval given starting and ending pressure groups.
- Find the maximum bottom time allowed given depth, starting pressure group and ending pressure group.
- Find the maximum depth allowed given bottom time, starting pressure group and ending pressure group.
To use the table planner to calculate the pressure group after a surface interval, select a dive table and units system. Select an ending pressure. Type the surface interval time in the input box. Click the calculate button. The final pressure group will change to the appropriate value. Finally, if you enter the bottom time and surface interval, clicking the calculate button will find the ending and final pressure groups.
Blending CalculatorThe blending calculator allows you to calculate how to mix oxygen, helium and air in order to obtain Heliox, Nitrox, and Trimix. With this calculator you can find: - How much oxygen, helium and air to add to obtain a certain mix, given a partially filled cylinder or a completely empty cylinder.
- The percentage of oxygen, helium, and nitrogen required to obtain a gas with a certain MOD, END and PPO2.
Heliox CalculatorThe Heliox Calculator allows you to make the following calculaions for diving with heliox: - Maximum operating depth, given a % of oxygen and the maximum oxygen partial pressure.
- The gas mix required, given the maximum operating depth and the maximum oxygen partial pressure.
- The maximum oxygen partial pressure, given the maximum operating depth and the percent of oxygen in the mix.
- The gas operating "ceiling" for all the above calculations.
Nitrox CalculatorThe Nitrox Calculator allows you to make the following calculations for diving with nitrox: - Maximum operating depth, given a % of oxygen and the maximum oxygen partial pressure.
- The % of oxygen required, given the maximum operating depth and the maximum oxygen partial pressure.
- The maximum oxygen partial pressure, given the maximum operating depth and the percent of oxygen in the mix.
Trimix CalculatorThe Trimix Calculator allows you to make the following calculaions for diving with trimix: - Maximum operating depth, given a % of oxygen, a percent of Helium and the maximum oxygen partial pressure.
- The % of oxygen required, given the maximum operating depth, the % of helium in the mix and the maximum oxygen partial pressure.
- The gas mix required, given the maximum operating depth, the maximum oxygen partial pressure and the desired Equivalent Narcosis Depth.
- The maximum oxygen partial pressure, given the maximum operating depth and the percent of oxygen in the mix.
- The gas operating "ceiling" for all the above calculations.
- The Equivalent Narcosis Depth for all the above calculations (except the gas mix), assuming that only nitrogen is narcotic.
Mareblu SimulatorThe Mareblu Simulator is available under the Tools menu. Mareblu has it's own manual, available through the Mareblu help menu or online. SettingsThe Edit Settings dialog lets you customize the Scuba Toolkit for your use. You can select whether you want to use the Metric Systems instead of the Imperial System by selecting the checkbox. You can determine how many decimal points are displayed in the different calculators. Choose a number between 0 and 6. Any number greater than 6 will be rounded to 6 and any number less than 0 will be rounded to 0. LicenseThis program is licensed under the GPL. For more information, go here. |