Wet Fabric or diving suit,
A person going to the depths of the sea requires a rigid diving suit instead of a flexible one because of the extense pressure of the fluid. As we know that pressure at a point in a fluid is directly proportional to the depth of that point, thus, a deep sea diver needs a rigid suit.
No. While the suit might protect you from the pressure,it could not protect you from the extremely high temperatures.
the pressure would simply crush a person in a flexible one so the rigid diving suit allows the person to go deeper than they normally would with a flexible wet suit
you either buy membership or you get to level five and go to the catalogue and buy the diving suit
the suit is an astronaut's suit. problem solved.Not likely. A better answer is that he was in a deep-sea diving suit and, while under water, snagged it on an obstacle. Water filled the suit and ultimately his helmet. He drowned. There is no such thing as an astronaut's suit. It is by definition a spacesuit(one word). Thus, for the first answer to be correct the problem would have to be worded as "A man is found dead with a hole in his spacesuit. How did he die?" A deep-sea diving suit, on the other hand, can be referred to as a suit.
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They have their place if you are diving in a dry suit for an extended time. If you are diving in a wet suit they would not be needed for obvious reasons. Scuba diving can dehydrate you from breathing the dry air in the scuba cylinders, so hydration is a must.
He was the inventor of the diving suit.
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There are many available options for deep sea diving scuba equipment. You will need a breathing apparatus, diving suit, gloves, boots, a safety helmet, a depth gauge, compass and depending on your depth, a cage for protection against predators. I would contact a sports shop specializing in scuba gear for a complete list.
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In the catalogue in the kiosk which is in the swimmin pool
You mean a scuba suit?
Of course, you can wear a shorty, a full-length or even a body suit or bathing suit for diving. Just make sure it keeps you warm/cool enough and protects you from uncomfortable rubbing of your gear. It does matter where you are, though. In cold water, such as the North Sea, a dry suit is much more advisable. Your wetsuit would be fine for more comfortable climes.
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One may be able to learn deep sea diving via an intensive course at diving schools. Typically a deep sea diving course may take between 3 and 7 days with several hours, at least, spent in the open water.
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