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finding for: volume of air determining lift in #'s
by scubee on 05/02/03 at 14:01:18

How do you determine the volume of air needed in terms of "pounds of lift", needed to raise a known amount of weight underwater.

volume of air needed (#'s of lift) to raise a known amount of weight underwater ?
additionally, the volume has to be in the form of a cylinder.
example: 6"dia X 4' long cylinder produces how much lift in terms of pounds? and how do you derive at that number?


Re: finding for: volume of air determining lift in
by Robert Fogt on 05/03/03 at 08:10:35

I found the formula you need to use at this site here:

[url]http://vcsardive.org/procs/rs.htm[/url]


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