Definition of Catalan forge. Meaning of Catalan forge. Synonyms of Catalan forge

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Definition of Catalan forge

Catalan forge
Catalan Cat"a*lan, a. Of or pertaining to Catalonia. -- n. A native or inhabitant of Catalonia; also, the language of Catalonia. Catalan furnace, Catalan forge (Metal.), a kind of furnace for producing wrought iron directly from the ore. It was formerly much used, esp. in Catalonia, and is still used in some parts of the United States and elsewhere.

Meaning of Catalan forge from wikipedia

- dated to 700 BCE. Bloomeries survived in Spain and southern France as Catalan forges to the mid-19th century, and in Austria as the Stückofen [fr] to 1775...
- and the USA. The presence of a trompe is a signature attribute of a Catalan forge, a type of bloomery furnace. Trompes can be enormous. At Canadian Hydro...
- (sometimes called wolf-furnace) or the Catalan forge, which remained until the beginning of the 19th century. The Catalan forge was invented in Catalonia, Spain...
- steelmaking processes, thus excluding bloomeries (including the Catalan forge), finery forges, and puddling furnaces from its application. The open hearth...
- Modernisme (Catalan pronunciation: [muðərˈnizmə], Catalan for "modernism"), also known as Catalan modernism, is the historiographic denomination given...
- century, the Catalan forge was already a largely obsolete smelting technology—the hot-blast furnace had been invented in 1828.—but a Catalan forge was relatively...
- Catalan: [ˈfaβɾəɣəs]) is a Catalan surname, deriving from any of the places in Barcelona province named Fàbregues, from the plural of Fàbrega (forge)...
- process of ironmaking. It survived in Spain and southern France as Catalan Forges to the mid 19th century, in Austria as the stuckofen to 1775, and near...
- collections relating to shepherds, farmers, craftsmen, religion, and the Catalan forge that produced wrought iron and firearms for the Ripoll region. The new...
- of $1,500,000. They enlarged the forge to sixteen fires, making the largest "Catalan" forge in the world. This forge and its sixteen fires consumed annually...
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