The diver at the top of a diving board has potential energy
Diving uses gravitational energy to make the diver fall, and chemical energy to enable the diver to control his or her muscles while diving.
To become a deep sea diver, diving equipment needs to be purchase. Enrolling in a good diving school program is also recommended forÊbecoming a deep sea diver.
A scuba diver is a human who enjoys scuba diving. Therefore, a scuba diver has a spine and is a vertebrate.
Tom daley is the best diver and the fastest diver ever and he is participating in the olympics 2012 hopefully he will win the diving computation
There are several sports magazines which specifically feature scuba diving, these are Scuba Diving, Diver, Sport Diver, Dive Girl, Explore Underwater and Seaduction.
No. It will accelerate the diver downward only.
A diving knife is an important tool for any diver to have because it allows divers to escape dangerous situations. In some situations a diving knife must be used to free the diver from some kind of entrapment.
64.9559kg if the gravity acceleration is 1
Some very durable diving watches include Invicta Pro Diver, the Seiko SKX series, Citizen Eco-Drive Professional's Diver's Watch, the Aquagraph Wenger Deep Diver Swiss Quartz, and Reactor Dive Watches. Diving watches can be very expensive, however, but the more you pay for a diving watch, the better quality it may be!
Scuba buoyancy is the most fundamental diving skill. Mastering buoyancy control enables a diver to use less effort to maintain his position while diving.
She is a diver who use to be on the national team, but now is just on the "starz diving" team and she practices at IUPUI
Diving is scored on a scale of one to ten with ten being the best. three judges score the diver. after all of the dives are completed, the diver's scores are added up and compared with the other athletes.
I think it's gravitational potential
A speedo :P
Scuba Diving International (SDI) is a SCUBA training and certification agency. It is the recreational arm of Technical Diving International, the world's largest technical diver training organization.SDI is the only diver training agency that requires students to have access to a modern dive computer on all dives during training from the very start. SDI is also unique amongst recreational diver training organisations in that it recognises solo diving as part of recreational diving, and offers a special training course relating to it.Every other major recreational diver training organisation mandates diving with a "buddy" at all times. SDI is a member of The World Recreational Scuba Training Council.
The difference between "regular" diving and synchronized diving is the scoring and the athletes. In "regular" diving one diver goes at a time and that one diver is scored based on that one dive. In synchronized diving, TWO people do the SAME DIVE at the SAME TIME to try and be as accurate and identical to each other as possible. The two athletes are then given ONE score for both dives based on their precision and timing.
I think you mean BUSEAR, which means to go scuba diving. El buseo = scuba diving. Buseador = scuba diver.
Tom Daley took a interest in diving when he was swimming with his dad at a local pool, at aged 7 & saw some people diving and he started diving after that.
Professional Diver / Commercial Diver Tender - $1,500.00 x week - 1st year - minimun of $6K Monthly (28days of work) Diver - $1,800.00 to $2,000.00 x week- 2nd to 5th year - minimun of $7K (28days) After 5th year - Saturation Diving $600.00 to $800.00 daily - minimun of $16K(28days) 6th year Saturation Diving $1,000.00 daily - $25K up to $30,000.00 monthly
The peregrine falcon is the fastest diving bird; it's been recorded diving at 188 km/h, or 117 mph.