forgeability


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forgeability

[′fȯr·jə′bil·əd·ē]
(metallurgy)
Suitability of a material for forging.
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In general, titanium aluminides have some shortcomings, that is, low ductility at room temperature and extremely difficult forgeability even at high temperatures.
Theorem 5.1 (Unforgeability.) Our proposed scheme is secure against forgeability without random oracle model if and only if the CDH problem is hard.
High temperature strength means in most cases bad forgeability and weldability as well as combined with high toughness challenging machinability.