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Cheuk-Ming MAK

Prof. Cheuk-Ming Mak

Department of Building Services Engineering

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China

Professor


Email: cheuk-ming.mak@polyu.edu.hk


Qualifications


Ph.D., Degree of Doctor in Philosophy (in Building Acoustics), University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom

M.Sc., Postgraduate Diploma in Acoustics and Noise Control, Institute of Acoustics, United Kingdom

B.Sc., Bachelor of Engineering in Building Services and Environmental Engineering, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom


Publications (Selected)

  1. Wang X. and Mak C.M. (2011), A Study on Wave Propagation in a Duct with Periodic Helmholtz Resonators Array, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Accepted for Publication
  2. Ou D.Y. And Mak C.M. (2011), The Effect of Elastic Supports on the Transient Vibroacoustic Response of a Window Caused by Sonic Booms, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 130,2,783-790
  3. Ou D.Y. And Mak C.M. (2011), Experimental Validation of the Sound Transmission of Rectangular Baffled Plates with General Elastic Boundary Conditions, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America , 129, 6 , El274-El279
  4. Mak C.M. and Yun Y. (2010), A Study of Power Transmissibility for the Vibration Isolation of Coherent Vibratory Machines on the Floor of A Building, Applied Acoustics,71,368-372
  5. Yun Y. and Mak C.M. (2009), A Study of Coupled Flexural-Longitudinal Wave Motion in a Periodic Dual-Beam Structure with Transverse Connection, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 126, 1,114-121
  6. Mak C.M., Wu J., Ye C. and Yang J. (2009), Flow Noise from Spoilers in Ducts, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 125, 6,3756-3765
  7. Mak C.M. And Au W.M. (2009), A Turbulence-Based Prediction Technique for Flow-Generated Noise Produced by in-Duct Elements in a Ventilation System, Applied Acoustics, 70,11-20
  8. Mak C.M. (2005), A Prediction Method for Aerodynamic Sound Produced by Multiple Elements in Air Ducts, Journal of Sound and Vibration, 287, 1-2, 395-403.
  9. Mak C.M. and Su J.X. (2002), A Power Transmissibility Method for Assessing the Performance of Vibration Isolation of Building Services Equipment, Applied Acoustics, 63,12, 1281-1299
  10. Mak C.M. (2002), Development of A Prediction Method for Flow-Generated Noise Produced by Duct Elements in Ventilation Systems, Applied Acoustics, 63,1, 81-93
  11. Mak C.M. and Yang J. (2000), A Prediction Method for Aerodynamic Sound Produced by Closely Spaced Elements in Air Ducts, Journal of Sound and Vibration, 229,3, 743-753.