The Navy’s Dry Combat Submersible (DCS), a new small submersible operated by a crew of 2 and capable of transporting 8 additional passengers. The DCS has limited ability to condition, purify, or monitor its internal air. A system to monitor and capture CO, hydrocarbons, and other hazardous compounds is needed. In addition, a more effective means to control the relative humidity inside the DCS is required. Prototype devices for gas detection, atmospheric control, and de-humidification are desired.
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