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Opposed Anvil Apparatus

  • C. C. Bradley
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Abstract

The serious consideration of extending pressure ranges up to and beyond 100 kb was first taken up by P. W. Bridgman at Harvard. He built a number of devices based initially on piston and cylinder configuration but with a number of modifications to improve the strength. The highest pressure obtained by him in this type was 100 kb in a two-stage assembly consisting of an inner piston and cylinder subjected to 30 kb external hydrostatic pressure inside a larger vessel1 (see page 123).

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