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Dissolved Gas Modeling

The French physiologist, Paul Bert, first clinically described "bubble trouble" or caissons' disease in 1878. He determined that breathing air under pressure forced the nitrogen into solution in the tissues and blood of the body; and that as long as the pressure was constant, the nitrogen remained in solution. But when the pressure was rapidly released, the nitrogen would return to a gaseous state (free phase) much too rapidly to pass out of the body in a natural manner. This led Bert to the conclusion that divers and caisson workers needed to return to the surface slowly.



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Auteur Tim O'Leary
Bestandsdatum 04-04-2016
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