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forge

1. a place in which metal is worked by heating and hammering; smithy
2. a hearth or furnace used for heating metal
3. a machine used to shape metals by hammering

forge

[fȯrj]
(metallurgy)
To form a metal, usually hot, into desirable shapes by employing compressive forces.
A machine or place in which metal is formed hot, or where iron is produced from its ore.
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Stein also added that the process that creates forged flatware allows for stylized designs in the finished pieces.
"The defendant was arrested with eight forged credit cards."
In the present case, the first accused was arrested by officers from the Criminal Investigation Department when he went to a bank branch in Al Muraqqabat to follow-up on a loan application he had submitted using forged documents.
The aviation officer contacted the Schengen visa counsellor at the airport, who told him that the visas on the two passports were forged.
(8.) Ilia, E., Chernenkoff, R., and Tutton, K., "Effect of Shot Peening on the Fatigue Properties of Powder Forged Connecting Rods," International Journal of Powder Metallurgy, 2009, Vol.
Based on previous research, the temperature curve for the controlled cooling simulation was proposed to provide ferrite-pearlite microstructure throughout the volume of the forged part (Fig.
This fall, Teleflex Medical plans to introduce Herculite, a new material that can be forged or machined.
When they looked at the benefits that could be achieved by using processes to improve the forged steel knuckle (e.g., surface hardening; surface rolling), the researchers concluded the processes alone wouldn't provide that great of an improvement to the part as designed and that a redesign would be necessary to make cost and weight improvements.
The hot-forged preform must maintain weight accuracy in the shaft portions to be cold forged. This means the hot-forge tooling tolerances must be held closer than usual.
"Consistency of weight is much superior to the forged product," said Hoag.
Dubai: Three men have been accused of processing Emirates IDs for GCC citizens after taking money from them to provide them forged documents falsely certifying that they were employed with the Ruler's office.
He tried to use forged cards to make a BD1,600 purchase at a mobile phone shop in Jid Ali in February, but pleaded not guilty during his first hearing yesterday.