Taher Ghrib

Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal UniversitySaudi Arabia

Taher Hcine Ghrib is currently an associate professor and an aggregated teacher in physics at the College of Sciences, Dammam of Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Saudi Arabia. He obtained his habilitation degree in physics at the Faculty of Science in 2017 in Tunisia. He prepared his thesis in Tunisia that covers an “investigation of the thermally treated steel by the photothermal deflection technique” and presented it in 2008. He obtained his aggregation degree in physics and chemistry at the Preparatory Institute for Scientific and Technical Studies of El Marsa in 2001 in Tunisia. He also worked as a course teacher of physics. He worked on steel and metal alloys in his thesis and demonstrated a very practical method for measuring the mechanical properties of steels such as hardness by measuring the thermal conductivity by means of mathematical models and experimental nondestructive measurements. Almost all of his works are published in numerous publications in various journals and books. Now, he is specialized in nano- and porous materials and thin films of metals, perovskites, and alloys. He is involved in the Empowering Tunisian Renewable Energy Research Activities (ETRERA) project, of which the object is to realize a fuel cell of high-electrical performance. He has also led many scientific projects in Saudi Arabia.

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Latest work with IntechOpen by Taher Ghrib

This book aims to recapitulate old information's available and brings new information's that are with the fashion research on an atomic and nanometric scale in various fields by introducing several mathematical models to measure some parameters characterizing metals like the hydrodynamic elasticity coefficient, hardness, lubricant viscosity, viscosity coefficient, tensile strength .... It uses new measurement techniques very developed and nondestructive. Its principal distinctions of the other books, that it brings practical manners to model and to optimize the cutting process using various parameters and different techniques, namely, using water of high-velocity stream, tool with different form and radius, the cutting temperature effect, that can be measured with sufficient accuracy not only at a research lab and also with a theoretical forecast. This book aspire to minimize and eliminate the losses resulting from surfaces friction and wear which leads to a greater machining efficiency and to a better execution, fewer breakdowns and a significant saving. A great part is devoted to lubrication, of which the goal is to find the famous techniques using solid and liquid lubricant films applied for giving super low friction coefficients and improving the lubricant properties on surfaces.

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