[hahy-druh-fawr-ming] /ˈhaɪ drəˌfɔr mɪŋ/

the production of high-octane aromatic compounds for motor fuels by catalytic of naphthas in the presence of hydrogen.
noun (chem)
the catalytic reforming of petroleum to increase the proportion of aromatic and branched-chain hydrocarbons
(engineering) a forming process in which a metal component is shaped by a metal punch forced against a die, consisting of a flexible bag containing a fluid


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