Forming may refer to:

  • "Forming" (song), a song by the Germs
  • Forming (metalworking), a metalworking process where a workpiece is reshaped without adding or removing material
    • Cold forming or work hardening
    • Roll forming

Other articles related to "forming":

Shear Forming - Flow Forming
... Flow Forming is an incremental metal forming technique in which a disk or tube of metal is formed over a mandrel by one or more rollers using tremendous pressure ... and the material is incrementally formed, often there is a net savings in energy in forming over drawing or ironing processes ... Flow forming subjects the workpiece to a great deal of friction and deformation ...
Aspartate-ammonia Ligase (ADP-forming)
... In enzymology, an aspartate-ammonia ligase (ADP-forming) (EC is an enzyme that catalyzes the chemical reaction ATP + L-aspartate + NH3 ADP ... This enzyme belongs to the family of ligases, specifically those forming carbon-nitrogen bonds as acid-D-ammonia (or amine) ligases (amide synthases) ... name of this enzyme class is L-aspartateammonia ligase (ADP-forming) ...
Slip Forming
... Slip forming, continuous poured, continuously formed, or slipform construction is a construction method in which concrete is poured into a continuously moving form ... Slip forming is used for tall structures (such as bridges, towers, buildings, and dams), as well as horizontal structures, such as roadways ... Slip forming relies on the quick-setting properties of concrete, and requires a balance between quick-setting capacity and workability ...
Slovak Government 1994-1998 - Biodiversity - Fungi
... Of these, nearly 1500 are lichen-forming species Some of these fungi are undoubtedly endemic, but not enough is known to say how many ... Of the lichen-forming species, about 40% have been classified as threatened in some way ... The conservation status of non-lichen-forming fungi in Slovakia is not well documented, but there is a red list for its larger fungi ...

Famous quotes containing the word forming:

    Then Moses stretched out his hand over the sea. The LORD drove the sea back by a strong east wind all night, and turned the sea into dry land; and the waters were divided. The Israelites went into the sea on dry ground, the waters forming a wall for them on their right and on their left.
    Bible: Hebrew, Exodus 14:21,22.

    Opinions are formed in a process of open discussion and public debate, and where no opportunity for the forming of opinions exists, there may be moods—moods of the masses and moods of individuals, the latter no less fickle and unreliable than the former—but no opinion.
    Hannah Arendt (1906–1975)

    Civil government being the sole object of forming societies, its administration must be conducted by common consent.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)