neutral buoyancy


a: Neutral buoyancy ~
b: flat spot


"Neutral buoyancy is like the flat spot on a hilltop where a ball will not roll. Once it's pushed from that spot in either direction, however, it gains speed. Too much lead on your weight belt, and therefore too much air in your BC, makes the flat spot smaller and the slope on each side steeper."

Writer: Not Stated
Date: Sep 23 2017 6:58 PM

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