Problem with AMV in Imperial Units

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Problem with AMV in Imperial Units

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There seems to be a problem with the unit conversion from l/min to cubic feet/min...for example, the program says that my consumption for a dive is 20 l/min, which would be 0.706 ft3/min, but the program says that it is 8.36 l/min (when u switch the units to imperial)
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Yes, you are right. I found the bug and I'll fix it with the next update. Is there a short english word for the air consumption rate (ACR or something)? AMV is the german word for "Atem Minuten Volumen".
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I think it is called "Surface Air Consumption Rate"
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Post by divinglog »

Thanks, I found in Google: Surface Air Consumption Rate = SAC
So I'll use SAC instead of AMV in the English version.
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