On 17/10/2016 21:29, Rick Walsh wrote:

Hi


> I am not saying it has to be like this (or I am convince that this is a
good description for what is actually going on in the body) but it seems to
me this is at least a (tacit) assumption of decompression models.
>
> There is another practical complication (when you want a representation
like the heat map with one value per tissue and instant of time): There is
potentially more than one inert gas. It it absolutely possible for example
that He is off-gassing while N is on-gassing (but some people argue that
this is bad for the effectiveness of decompression, they call this isobaric
counter diffusion). What are you going to plot in this situation?
>
Using the 'percentage' variable, we are considering total inert gas, and
the M value is calculated accordingly. I do not propose to change this.

Cheers,

Rick

I will hold off a bit with the user manual content until the patches are in
master. ok? i will replace current graphics with a new one.
I think the expansion of the yellow zone is excellent.
I also think Robert's argument about total ambient pressure vs equilibrium
inert gas pressure is persuasive.

Kind regards,
willem
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