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Monitoring Of The Submarine Atmosphere Composition

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/MT010421

Volume

53

Pages

10

Published

2001

Size

1,154 kb

Author(s)

A. Khan, R. Klos, A. Majchrzycka and A. Olejnik

Abstract

Monitoring of the submarine atmosphere composition A. Khan*, R.Klos*,A Majchrzycka^, A.Olejnik* ' The Defence and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine of Toronto, Canada. ^ The Naval Academy ofGdynia.Poland. *The Technical University of Szczecin, The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Poland. Abstract The paper reports research on control and maintenance systems of the submarine atmosphere. The results obtained during pressure and temperature tests of the gas analyser sensors will be discussed. 1 Introduction At present, implementation of the new monitoring system of breathing gas with elaboration of the computer data acquisition and analysis data system is the standard not only on the submarines. Maintenance of the proper submarine atmosphere composition is essential for the mission and the crew safety. The most important parameters of submersible atmosphere should be continuously monitored. Besides assurance of life support in die confined space, it enables automa

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