A sort-of follow-up to What do the astronauts do whilst the air-lock cycles?
The ISS fact-sheet writes to say
Pressurized Volume: 32,333 cubic feet (916 cubic meters)
Elsewhere on the stack are mentions of ISS maneuver to avoid space debris. So I let my mind free-wheel and came up with this question.
If the crew on-station were to suit-up, and vent the station atmosphere ... how much velocity change could they achieve? Sort-of the way a sub-marine pumps fluid for buoyancy.
The answerer will necessarily have to make some assumptions like the vent rate ...