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Dr. Bruce Wienke was a physicist at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where he was a program manager in Nuclear Weapons Technology.
But, he was a leading dive instructor trainer, and divers in the industry know he was responsible for the Reduced Gradient Bubble Model algorithm, which is employed entirely or partly in many of today's diving computers.
His interests were in computational decompression models, gas transport, and phase mechanics. He was the author of more than 200 technical journal articles and an active contributor to underwater symposia, educational publications, technical periodicals, and decompression workshops. You could say he was a lot more expert in these matters than some....
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