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Breathing under water – technology liquid breathing involves filling the lungs with a special liquid rich in oxygen which enters the bloodstream.

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Breathing under water – technology liquid breathing involves filling the lungs with a special liquid rich in oxygen which enters the bloodstream.

Because the human body consists almost entirely of water, it is dangerous not terrible pressure at the depth in itself. The body you just have to cook for him, raising the chamber pressure to the desired value. The main problem lies elsewhere. How to breathe at a pressure of tens of atmospheres? Clean air for the body becomes toxic. It should be diluted in a specially prepared gas mixtures, usually helium-nitrogen-oxygen. Their recipe – the proportions of the various gases is a mystery. But at a very great depth and helium mixtures do not save. Lungs to them has not broken off should be filled with fluid. What is the liquid that, once in the lungs, does not lead to choking, and passes through the alveoli, the oxygen in the body is also a mystery.

Experiments on liquid breathing in humans began in the Soviet Union. They gave great results. Aquanauts were breathing liquid at a depth of half a kilometer and more. In this case, the test was subjected to enormous physical and psychological stress.

Currently, research work on liquid breathing resumed. Pass field tests on dogs.

Breathing under water is planned to create a special suit, a helmet which is filled with a special liquid saturated with oxygen. Moreover, it should not be a heavy diving suit, and a light insulated wetsuit scuba diving back to Aquanaut movement were not constrained.

 

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