Machining, Surface roughness, Composite material, Metallurgy and Structural engineering are his primary areas of study. His Surface roughness research is mostly focused on the topic Depth of cut. His research in the fields of Stress–strain curve, Polymer nanocomposite, Carbon nanotube and Polymer overlaps with other disciplines such as Graphene.
His research integrates issues of Taguchi methods, Orthogonal array and Mechanical engineering in his study of Metallurgy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chip and Selection. As a part of the same scientific family, Tarek Mabrouki mostly works in the field of Structural engineering, focusing on Chip formation and, on occasion, Shear stress, Limiting, Finite element method, Metal cutting and Titanium alloy.
Tarek Mabrouki spends much of his time researching Mechanical engineering, Machining, Metallurgy, Surface roughness and Finite element method. His work on Chip formation and Cutting force as part of general Mechanical engineering research is often related to Parametric statistics, thus linking different fields of science. His Rake angle study in the realm of Machining connects with subjects such as Work.
His Carbide, Tungsten, Forging and Hot work study in the realm of Metallurgy interacts with subjects such as Statistical analysis. Tarek Mabrouki has researched Surface roughness in several fields, including Taguchi methods, Surface finish, Tool wear and Machinability. His Finite element method research includes elements of Mechanics, Composite material and Modeling and simulation.
His primary areas of study are Surface roughness, Machining, Metallurgy, Mechanical engineering and Surface finish. His work in Surface roughness tackles topics such as Machinability which are related to areas like Structural engineering. His Machining research integrates issues from Residual stress, Composite material, Computer simulation and Cutting tool.
The concepts of his Metallurgy study are interwoven with issues in Thermal conductivity, Service life and Finite element method. His work on Chip formation, Lubrication and Ball is typically connected to Work as part of general Mechanical engineering study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Chip formation research focuses on subjects like Broaching, which are linked to Chip and Cutting force.
Tarek Mabrouki mostly deals with Surface roughness, Machining, Mechanical engineering, Composite material and Surface finish. His Surface roughness research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Work, Engineering drawing and Cutting tool. Structural engineering is closely connected to Artificial neural network in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Work.
His Mechanical engineering research focuses on Lubrication in particular. In general Composite material study, his work on Grinding often relates to the realm of Pareto chart, Martensitic stainless steel, Multi-objective optimization and Experimental validation, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Surface finish research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Stellite and Cemented carbide.
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Statistical analysis of surface roughness and cutting forces using response surface methodology in hard turning of AISI 52100 bearing steel with CBN tool
Khaider Bouacha;Mohamed Athmane Yallese;Tarek Mabrouki;Jean-François Rigal.
International Journal of Refractory Metals & Hard Materials (2010)
Analysis of surface roughness and cutting force components in hard turning with CBN tool: Prediction model and cutting conditions optimization
Hamdi Aouici;Mohamed Athmane Yallese;Kamel Chaoui;Tarek Mabrouki.
Numerical and experimental study of dry cutting for an aeronautic aluminium alloy (A2024-T351)
Tarek Mabrouki;François Girardin;Muhammad Asad;Jean-François Rigal.
International Journal of Machine Tools & Manufacture (2008)
Numerical and experimental analyses of woven composite reinforcement forming using a hypoelastic behaviour: Application to the double dome benchmark
M.A. Khan;Tarek Mabrouki;Emmanuelle Vidal-Salle;Philippe Boisse.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology (2010)
On the prediction of surface roughness in the hard turning based on cutting parameters and tool vibrations
Zahia Hessainia;Ahmed Belbah;Mohamed Athmane Yallese;Tarek Mabrouki.
A contribution to a qualitative understanding of thermo-mechanical effects during chip formation in hard turning
Tarek Mabrouki;Jean-Francois Rigal.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology (2006)
On the selection of Johnson-Cook constitutive model parameters for Ti-6Al-4V using three types of numerical models of orthogonal cutting
Yancheng Zhang;José Outeiro;Tarek Mabrouki.
Procedia CIRP (2015)
Chip formation in orthogonal cutting considering interface limiting shear stress and damage evolution based on fracture energy approach
Y. C. Zhang;T. Mabrouki;D. Nelias;Y. D. Gong.
Finite Elements in Analysis and Design (2011)
Comparative assessment of wiper and conventional ceramic tools on surface roughness in hard turning AISI 4140 steel
Mohamed Elbah;Mohamed Athmane Yallese;Hamdi Aouici;Tarek Mabrouki.
Surface roughness and cutting forces modeling for optimization of machining condition in finish hard turning of AISI 52100 steel
Mohamed Walid Azizi;Salim Belhadi;Mohamed Athmane Yallese;Tarek Mabrouki.
Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology (2012)
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