PADI IDC Revision - RDP
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PADI IDC Revision – RDP Here are some typical PADI IDC physics questions (and answers) for you to try. Videos to help if you get stuck!
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PADI IDC Exam Questions
You’ve made a single dive at an altitude of 450 metres/1500 feet. What is the minimum time you are recommended to wait before flying?
The US Navy tables use a ______ compartment to control the off-gassing during the surface interval, whereas the RDP uses a _____ compartment to calculate nitrogen elimination during the interval.
The special rule for multiple repetitive dives (WXYZ rule) was developed to:
Dive tables and computers track the theoretical amount of ______ dissolved in body tissues during and between dives.
A diver has completed a wreck dive to 29 metres / 95 feet with 24 minutes of bottom time. The diver conducted an emergency decompression stop for eight minutes. The soonest the diver could dive again is at least ___ hours and the soonest they could fly home is at least _____ hours.
When should a recreational diver re-enter the water to decompress?
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Usually Physics exams have over more questions about the effects of pressure than any other subject.
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PADI IDC Exam Questions
What is the no decompression limit for a dive to 28 metres / 95 feet?
A buddy team is planning four dives over one day. the first will be a multilevel dive with three levels:
METRIC: 35, 24 and 10 metres.
IMPERIAL: 115, 80 and 33 feet.
If the divers plan to stay the maximum time allowed at each depth, what would their minimum surface interval be for the second dive? (You may ignore ascent times, but now required safety stop time.)
What is a diver’s pressure group after a dive to 15 metres/49 feet for 1 hour 10 minutes?
If a diver surfaces from a dive with a pressure group of J, what is the pressure group after 35 minutes on the surface?
What is the minimum surface interval required to make a dive to 30 metres/100 feet for 20 minutes, followed by a 23 metre / 80 feet dive for 19 minutes?
A diver completes a 20 minute dive to 30 metres/100 feet, and after waiting for 50 minutes on the surface makes a second dive to 20 metres/70 feet for 22 minutes. What is the divers pressure group after the second dive?
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