Born and raised in Puebla, Mexico.
Studied my Bachelor´s degree in Mechanical Engineering at Universidad de las Américas-Puebla, Master´s degree in Mechanical Engineering at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and MBA at Tecnológico de Monterrey campus Querétaro.
I worked for General Electric Aviation for 15 years doing mainly the following activities: R&D in low cycle fatigue and fracture mechanics, rotor and blade design, FEA & CFD aerodynamic, thermal and structural analyses, six sigma and lean manufacturing, product and customer support for aircraft engines.
Additive Manufacturing modelling techniques using predictive analytics and artificial intelligence.
As AM technologies advance and printed electronics materials improve in their electrical and mechanical properties there is a requirement to print onto non-porous substrates. These substrates may… read more
Marathon and Triathlon
As AM technologies advance and printed electronics materials improve in their electrical and mechanical properties there is a requirement to print onto non-porous substrates. These substrates may vary in surface material, be non-planar in topography, or may generally require tight features that push inkjet resolution to its limits.
The project is targeted to leverage new modeling techniques to provide an "inverse design" digital object correction to compensate for the fluid dynamics of drops on non-porous structures. It is also expected to account for the topography of the printed structure and be able to model the effect of multiple layers built up on each other.
Novel methods on Low cycle fatigue and analytical fracture mechanics for aircraft engines components.
Faculty of Engineering
The University of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG7 2RD
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