Bridgman seal

A Bridgman seal, named after Percy Williams Bridgman, seals a high pressure volume by the use of an unsupported area to create a higher pressure between two pistons. A viscous material such as copper or soap stone is used in the generated higher pressure area to seal the intended pressure area.

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