Bourdon tube

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Bourdon tube

[′bu̇r·dən ′tüb]
(engineering)
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The Bourdon tube developed by Eugene Bourdon in 1849 is still the most common method for mechanical pressure measurement in the oil and gas industry.
When he then won a scholarship in 1903, he entered the Glasgow School of Art and was taught by Eugene Bourdon, before taking the customary year out.
The operation and design of pressure gauges dates back to the mid-1800s when Eugene Bourdon invented the Bourdon tube.