Mechanical Engineer with experience in CAD/CAM/CAE, CNC machines, FANUC's controls, additive manufacturing and research fields. Master's student of Production specialization International program at University of Debrecen - Hungary.
Self-motivated, organized and creative professional interested to join an international company and be part of engineering group for creating, researching and learning new technologies with cutting edges facilities which will allow to show skills and improve knowledge.
My past has equipped me with knowledge of CAD/CAM and 3 and 4 axis of CNC machining and maintenance also manufacturing of steel and aluminum materials besides the publication of two papers into an International conferences in Europe(Portugal and Hungary). I have spoken at various conferences of Mechanical Engineering.
As entrepreneur I developed MANI with my team (Geko found). MANI it's an innovative mechanical and magnetic orthesis which provides independence to people with arm disabilities to do simple daily tasks like eating and writing this project was awarded as third place by History Channel in Latin America this project has been presented in exhibitions of startups in Ecuador, Colombia and Hungary.
Ready to explore new engineering challenges and new insights.
Castro Vera, K. L., & Al-Jweijati, M. (2020). Solid-Lattice Stem Optimization Design for Hip Implants. International Journal of Engineering and Management Sciences, 5(4), 39–46. https://doi.org/10.21791/IJEMS.2020.4.4.
The goal of this study is analyzed and design a methodology to reduce stem mass, through topology and lattice optimization of a Ti-6Al-4V hip implant, meeting yield stress requirements. Four optimization cases were studied: Topology optimization (1), Lattice design 100% (2), Lattice design 50% (3), Lattice design 25% (4). Five load cases from a study were applied for each optimization cases: Combined (LC1), standing-up (LC2), standing (LC3), going up stairs (LC4), jogging (LC5). The optimized cases design reduced stem mass approximately by 30% (1), 5% (2) ,8% (3) and 2% (4), compared with the total stem hip Ti-6Al-4V implant.