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Worth, Dale, and Cochran. (2005) Oxygen pooling in a dualplace hyperbaric chamber. UHMS Abstract. RRR ID: 1626
Gerth. (2004) Chamber Carbon Dioxide and Ventilation. NEDU Technical Report. RRR ID: 3540
Wells. (1998) A system for oxygen removal from hyperbaric atmospheres using a differential permiability gas separation device. UHMS Abstract. RRR ID: 628
Pearce, Ross, Luff, Halsey, and Monk. (1991) A chamber system for maintaining a hyperbaric environment for long-term animal studies. Undersea Biomed Res. 18(1):53-61. RRR ID: 2583
Mehm, Reimers, and Casale. (1990) A Procedure for Removing Xylene Fumes from Hyperbaric Chamber Air. J. Hyperbaric Med 5(1):23-27. RRR ID: 4420
Zwingelberg, Curley, McCarthy, and Pelton. (1987) Unmanned Test and Evaluation of Two Double Lock Recompression Chamber (DLRC) Carbon Dioxide Scrubbers: The Kinergetics DH-21 and Aqua Breeze II 5000S. NEDU Technical Report. RRR ID: 4813
Schwartz. (1984) Operating and Maintenance Guidelines for the Kinergetics (Trade Name) Environmental Control System. Carbon Dioxide Scrubber Model DH-10 and Heat Exchanger Model CCU-01. NEDU Technical Report. RRR ID: 4815
Reimers and Hansen. (1972) Atmospheric Control in the Hyperbaric Environment. (IEEE) NEDU Technical Report. RRR ID: 4503
Reimers. (1972) Atmospheric Control in the Hyperbaric Environment. (Naval Engineers Jnl.) NEDU Technical Report. RRR ID: 4505