Evaluation of JIM: A One-Atmosphere Diving Suit.

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Title: Evaluation of JIM: A One-Atmosphere Diving Suit.
Author: Carter Jr, RC
Abstract: The atmospheric diving suit (ADS) 'JIM' was evaluated at Navy Experimental Diving Unit during a two-week period in June, 1975. The suit was shown to meet many of the expectations that the manufacturer had for it. It could keep an aquanaut dry and at one atmosphere while he worked in water to depths of 1000 FSW.
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URI: http://archive.rubicon-foundation.org/4790
Date: 1976

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