Published: Jan 2005
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THE FORGING OF STEEL HAS PROGRESSED FAR from its initial use of agglomerating and consolidating small batches of iron and steel before forming them into useful products, to the current high integrity forged components that are used, and taken for granted in everyday life. The provision of vital utilities such as electricity, gas, and water, as well as transport by land, sea, and air all depend on the integrity and availability of steel forgings.