What Is the Definition of a Pressure Vessel?

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A pressure vessel is a container that is normally made of steel, which is designed to store gases and liquids in conditions or at a pressure that is substantially different from that of the surrounding environment. It may also refer to an enclosed structure that has a nuclear reactor core inserted in a pressurized coolant.
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