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Final Jeopardy Question PressureVolumeAir SpacesNitrogenEquipment 10 20 30 40 50
10 Point Question 14.7 psi Back to the Game Board What is the weight of one Atmosphere of water?
20 Point Question 3 Atmosphere s Back to the Game Board What is the pressure in ATM at 66 feet?
30 Point Question 99 feet Back to the Game Board What is the depth in feet when the pressure is 4 ATM?
40 Point Question 14.7 psi greater Back to the Game Board How is absolute pressure different from gauge pressure?
50 Point Question 297 feet Back to the Game Board What is the depth in feet when the pressure is 10 ATM ?
10 Point Question Volume decreases. Back to the Game Board As pressure increases what happens to volume?
20 Point Question It has one-half the volume. Back to the Game Board How is the volume of a balloon at 33 ft. different than its volume at 0 ft. ?
30 Point Question Never hold your breath. Back to the Game Board What is the most important rule in SCUBA diving?
40 Point Question 4 ft. 3 Back to the Game Board What is the volume of a 16 ft. 3 balloon at 99 ft. ?
50 Point Question Back to the Game Board If the volume of a balloon is 10 ft. 3 at 66 ft., how much will it hold at the surface? ? ft. 3
10 Point Question Lung s Back to the Game Board The pressure in what air space in your body is equalized by breathing?
20 Point Question Ears Back to the Game Board Yawning and swallowing may help equalize the pressure in what body part?
30 Point Question Mask Back to the Game Board What piece of mandatory diving equipment creates an air space?
40 Point Question As soon as you begin your descent Back to the Game Board When diving, when should you begin to equalize the pressure on your ears?
50 Point Question Exhale through your nose Back to the Game Board How do you equalize mask pressure?
10 Point Question 78% nitrogen and 21% oxygen Back to the Game Board The air we breathe is what percent nitrogen and oxygen?
20 Point Question You can get decompression sickness. Back to the Game Board What can happen if you dive too deep, stay too long, and/or come up too fast?
30 Point Question 1 ft. per second Back to the Game Board What is the proper rate of ascent?
40 Point Question Pure oxygen Back to the Game Board What is the best treatment for “the bends” if you are on a dive boat?
50 Point Question Nitrogen Narcosis Back to the Game Board What is the intoxicated feeling called that may be felt when diving deep?
10 Point Question Your mask Back to the Game Board What piece of equipment is your “window to the underwater world?”
20 Point Question Back to the Game Board How is the air in a tank different than the air we are breathing now? It is dry.
30 Point Question Your current depth and how long you can stay there. Back to the Game Board What does your dive computer tell you when you are diving?
40 Point Question Back to the Game Board What is the biggest problem with the pressure gauge? The diver’s failure to look at it.
50 Point Question Buoyancy Compensator Device (BCD) Back to the Game Board What is the name of the vest you wear to hold your tank on and regulate your buoyancy?
What is Boyle’s Law? If temperature remains the same, the volume of a gas is inversely proportional to the absolute pressure. Final Jeopardy Question
Introduction to Dive Physics. We will cover air pressure Boyle’s law vision sound.
Science of Diving: How Science Helps Navy Divers Stay Safe Science Topic: Physiology and Physics.
SCUBA Diving Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus.
Pressure. WHAT IS BOYLE’S LAW? Pressure increases as volume decreases The typical male can inhale and hold up to 5L of air in his lungs ?
What does this… have to do with this? Diffusion Human Body.
Dalton's Law Ptotal = P1 + P Pn The pressure of a mixture of nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and oxygen is 150 kPa. What is the partial pressure of oxygen.
Diving technology SCUBA (Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus) System used to “breathe underwater” Jacques Cousteau and Emile Gagnan 1943.
Boyle’s Law There is an inverse relationship between the volume and pressure of a gas (if one increases the other decreases) If temperature is constant:
Student’s Name School’s name and Group. Diving Equipment Diving is possible thanks to specialized modern equipment that adapts you to the aquatic environment.
SCUBA : Effects of Dissolved Gases. Pascal’s Principle Pressure applied to fluids is equally transmitted in all directions, to all parts of the fluid.
The World of Recreational Diving. SCUBA is an acronym for the S______ C______ U________ B________ A________ invented by Cousteau. Diver certification.
Diving Science Unit 3: Diving Skills n Snorkeling Skills. n Assembling scuba equipment. n Donning scuba gear. n Entering and exiting the water. n Mask.
OT3.1 08/02 BSAC Ocean Diver Training The Body and Effects of Diving.
Chapter 5 Gas Laws. Scuba Diving Dive Belize Air… The atmosphere is.
1 Chapter 6 Gases 6.8 Partial Pressures (Dalton’s Law) Copyright © 2009 by Pearson Education, Inc.
Breathing Under Water When you are scuba diving you are usually wearing a oxygen tank to help you breath underwater until the air runs out and you return.
Jeopardy Start Final Jeopardy Question Category 1Category 2Category 3Category 4Category
General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. 1 Chapter 7 Gases 7.9 Partial Pressure (Dalton’s Law)
1 Chapter 6 The States of Matter 6.9 Partial Pressure (Dalton’s Law)
Snorkeling Safety 1.Know the equipment you are using Mask Fins Snorkel Safety vest 2.Always dive with a buddy or in a group 3.Be aware of distance from.
Gas-Laws.html Gas-Laws.html ho/lessons/lessindex7.htm.
The Physics of Scuba Diving By Melissa Glaser. This presentation will address: Brief history of Scuba Brief history of Scuba How a regulator works How.
Overview of Scuba Diving. Introduction The members of Blue Group Lily, James, Malik, and Makena present to you a power point about a Chapter 1 Overview.
Deep Diving What is deep diving? Planning Considerations Narcosis Decompression Sickness Equipment USCG Duane.
Dive Physiology And Medical Aspects. Underwater Physiology Respiration Effects of heat and cold Barotrauma Pressure related problems –Direct –Indirect.
Diving into the Unknown Team Anonymous: Elvin Pathiyil Mariya Gudima Michael Gutierrez.
Why we need a pressurized tank (Boyle’s Law) By: Miranda, Aliny & Vanessa.
Open Water Diver. SCUBA ELF ONTAINED NDERWATER REATHING PPERATUS 1.
Welcome Atlantic Edge Dive Center Refresher Course Welcome.
Chapter 3 Using the Scuba Equipment Assembling the Scuba Unit Donning the Scuba Unit Pre-Entry Diver Check Using the Mask Using the Second Stage Regulator.
SSI OPEN WATER DIVER CMAS ONE STAR DIVER PROGRAM LECTURE 3 EMU UNDERWATER SPORTS CLUB CIU UNDERWATER SPORTS CLUB.
LIQUIDS By: David Garcia. What is the relationship between liquid pressure and depth of a liquid? The relationship between liquid pressure and depth of.
What does scuba stand for? Scuba stands for - Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus. How does it work? Scuba diving makes human mobile to see.
Pressure and Density Jeopardy Review Pressure Fluid Pressure Vocab Density and Buoyancy 1 Density and Buoyancy 2 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $100.
SCUBA By Martin Stein. Objectives At the end of the lesson the student will always understand the dangers involved in Scuba diving.At the end of the lesson.
Partial Pressures and Surface Equivalents. Why Do We Care? Typically when diving we breathe a mixed gas. Our body cares more about the partial pressure.
Open Water - Final Review Buoyancy – Fresh/Salt Density/Pressure/Volume Squeeze/Reverse Block Number 1 Rule Tank at surface last 90 minutes, how long at.
Pressure Changes D. Crowley, Pressure Changes To be able to explain what happens to a diving bell when pressure changes Sunday, May 24, 2015.
Basic Chemistry Copyright © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. 1 Chapter 11 Gases Partial Pressure (Dalton’s Law) A hyperbaric chamber is used in the treatment.
Pressure Pressure-Volume Relationship Boyle’s Law.
Gases and Our Lives Period 2 March Hot air balloons are just that: balloons full of hot air. If a gas expands when heated, then hot air occupies.
Gay Lussac’s Law Temperature and Pressure Copyright © 2005 by Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Benjamin Cummings.
CH 5– Decompression, Dive Tables, and Dive Computers Dr. Yusheng M. Huang Department of Marine Sports and Recreation.
Chapter 6 Gases Properties of Gases 6.2 Gas Pressure Kinetic Theory of Gases A gas consists of small particles that move rapidly in straight lines.
1 of 20 Snorkel Diver. 2 of 20 Benefits of BSAC membership l The organisation l International recognition l Support materials l Snorkelling is fun.
1 Chapter 11 Gases Partial Pressure (Dalton’s Law) Copyright © 2008 by Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Benjamin Cummings.
Boyle’s Law Mathematical relationship between pressure and volume.
DECOMPRESSION SICKNESS The Bends. Overview Can affect people under high pressures (divers) or low pressures (pilots, astronauts, etc.) Caused by formation.
Chemistry An Introduction to General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry, Eleventh Edition Copyright © 2012 by Pearson Education, Inc. Chapter 6 Gases 6.8.
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