时 间：2018年9月14日 下午13:30
地 点：机械与动力工程学院 F210会议室
李晓东教授，北京航空航天大学能源与动力工程学院流体与声学工程学科责任教授。1995年在北京航空航天大学获得工学博士学位。研究兴趣包括计算气动声学、气动声学物理建模和先进声学测试方法研究等。1997年访问德国宇航院，1998-2005年固定前往柏林工业大学开展深度合作，10多来还与FSU、ODU等多个课题组保持长期合作研究关系。现为AIAA Associate Fellow、AIAA气动声学技术委员会国际委员，担任International Journal of Aeroacoustics等期刊编委。
题 目：Acoustic absorption using microperforated panels
时 间：2018年9月14日 下午 14:30
地 点：机械与动力工程学院 F210会议室
Dr. Cheng Yang is currently a tenure-track associate professor in School of Mechanical Engineering at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He obtained his BS in mechanical engineering from Southeast University in 2007. After that, he spent 9 years in Department of Mechanical Engineering at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University where he obtained his MS and PhD and then worked as Research Assistant, Research Associate and Postdoctoral Fellow. He then did 1 year’s research on duct acoustics as a research fellow at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology before taking his current position at SJTU. Dr. Yang’s current research interests are aircraft engine noise and new materials/structures for noise control.
Microperforated panels (MPPs) were developed by the Chinese acoustician Dah-You Maa to deal with the excessive noise in severe environment. Over the years, MPPs have been deployed in a variety of scenarios, from architecture to aircraft engines, for controlling the acoustic enviornment to which the MPPs are exposed. In all those applications, MPPs are frequently accompanied by the backing air cavity so that they constitute a resonance system which leads to an effective acoustic absorption around its resonance frequency. Subsequent research is often seen in terms of MPP parameters optimization, backing cavity design and the incorporation of active components into the absorber to enhance the absorption performance. Besides that, it is found that a MPP can be used independently for acoustic absorption without the commonly used backing cavity. For this mechanism to be effective, a MPP should be placed in an environment in which an acoustic pressure difference occurs between the two sides of the MPP. An example of this is shown in a curved duct where the axial wavenumber is radius dependent. A MPP partition separating the bend into two curved subdomains is then able to realize acoustic absorption without the need for a backing cavity. This is evidenced by both simulation and experiment.