Associate Professor at Universidad de Talca, Chile
Dr. Carlos Enrique Zambra Sazo, a Chilean engineer and academic, born on November 24, 1973, specializes in fluid dynamics and numerical methods. Holding a Doctorate in Ciencias de la Ingeniería, he is currently an Associate Professor at Universidad de Talca. With diverse experiences, he conducted research at Centro de Investigación Avanzada y Desarrollo en Recursos Hídricos and served as a full-time researcher at Centro de Estudios en Alimentos Procesados. Dr. Zambra has been the principal investigator for various national and international projects, showcasing his expertise in diffusion, self-heating processes, and mathematical modeling of magma chambers.
In February 2009, Dr. Zambra attended a short course on “Advanced Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Equations and Applications” at Universitá Degli Studi di Trento, Italy (T5). From April to August 2012, he undertook a research internship at the Laboratory of Membrane Process (LabProSem) at Universidad de Santiago de Chile (USACH) (T6). In April 2013, he participated in a short course titled “ANSYS-FLUENT-Using UDF’s” organized by ESSS (T7).
From 2010 to 2014, Dr. Zambra served as a researcher at the Centro de Investigación Avanzada y Desarrollo en Recursos Hídricos (CIDERH) in Iquique, Chile. He was a professor in the Doctorate program of Chemical at Universidad Arturo Prat from 2011 to 2014. Between 2014 and February 2017, he worked as a full-time researcher at Centro de Estudios en Alimentos Procesados, CEAP, Talca, Chile. Currently, Dr. Zambra holds the position of Associate Professor in the Department of Industrial Technologies, Engineering Faculty, at Universidad de Talca.
Licenciado en Ciencias de la Ingeniería from Universidad Adventista de Chile. Ingeniero Civil Agroindustrial from Universidad Adventista de Chile. Profesor de Educación Técnico Profesional from Universidad Metropolitana de Ciencias de la Educación. Doctor en Ciencias de la Ingeniería with a specialization in Ingeniería de Procesos from Universidad de Santiago de Chile.
Dr. Carlos Enrique Zambra Sazo is a notable researcher with a research focus spanning diverse areas in engineering and environmental sciences. His work encompasses the mathematical modeling and numerical simulation of geomorphological changes in young soils with sparse vegetation. Additionally, he has delved into the evolution of physico-chemical parameters in apple pomace, simulation of cooling in magma chambers, thermal and rheological characterization of nanofluids, air-drying processes for ellipsoidal fruits, and more. Dr. Zambra’s expertise lies in computational modeling, energy consumption analysis, and innovative approaches to processes involving fluids, heat, and mass transfer, showcasing a multidisciplinary research profile.
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Publications (TOP NOTES)
Simulation of cooling in a magma chamber: Implications for geothermal fields of southern Peru, 2 Citations, publication date: 2022.
Computational modelling and energy consumption of turbulent 3D drying process of olive-waste cake, publication date: 2021.