Proceedings of the International Workshop on Escape and Survival from Submersibles Held at the Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory at the Naval Submarine Base, Groton, Connecticut on 20-22 June 1972.
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The report presents the proceedings of the International Workshop on Escape and Survival from Submersibles held at the Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton, Connecticut USA, 20-22 June 1972. This Workshop was jointly sponsored by the U.S. Navys Bureau of Medicine and Surgery and the Office of Naval Research. Twenty-one papers were presented, including an historical overview, a presentation of the procedures for training in the Royal Navy and the U.S. Navy, problems of prediction and treatment of decompression sickness, and outlines of escape procedures in both Navies free-ascent techniques, and escape under saturated conditions individual escape techniques, McCann Bell procedures and rescue via deep submergence vehicles.
- Stress Physiology
- Marine Engineering
- Escape, Rescue and Survival