BASIC INFORMATION


    

Prof. Dr. CHENGJUN WU

Tel : +86 29 82668573 
Fax: +86 29 83237910 
Email: cjwu@mail.xjtu.edu.cn 
Institute of Vibration and Noise Control   
School of Mechanical Engineering 
Xi’an Jiaotong University 
Xi’an 710049, P. R. China  
   
EDUCATION

1995.9 - 1999.4: Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University, April 1999.
                            Dissertation: Modeling and Prediction on Multilayer Fluid-Structure Coupling for
                            Cylindrical Shell, winning the outstanding doctoral dissertation of Xi’an Jiaotong 
                            University and Shaanxi Province, respectively.

1990.9 - 1993.6: M.S. inVibration, Impact and Noise, Xi’an Jiaotong University, June 1993.
 
1986.9 - 1990.6: B.S. in Mechanical Manufacturing, Xi’an Jiaotong University, June 1990. 
                           
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1997.4-2001.6:    Lecturer, School of Mechanical Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University

 
2001.7-2002.1:    Research Associate, Department of Automation & Computer-Aided Engineering
  The Chinese University of Hong Kong 

 
2001.7-2007.7:    Associate Professor, School of Mechanical Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University

 
2007.8 - Present: Professor,School of Mechanical Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University

 
2011.2-2012.1:     Visiting Professor, School of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Western Australia
RESEARCH FIELDS

         Structural-acoustic interaction

         Modal analysis and dynamic optimization design

         CFD & CAA simulation

         Passive vibration and noise control

         Particle damping and visco-elastic damping technique
AWARDS & HONORS

         2006  New Century Excellent Talents in University of China

         2004  2nd Prize of Natural Science, State Education Ministry, P. R. China

         1995  2nd Prize of Science and Technology Advance, State Education Commission, P. R. China
PUBLICATIONS

JOURNAL PAPERS:

[1]        Dongqiang Wang, Chengjun Wu: A novelty predicting method of vibration and acoustic radiation for rectangular-plate with particle dampers. Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology 2016, 30(3): 1021-1035.

[2]        Dongqiang Wang, Chengjun Wu et al.Prediction of vibration response and acoustic radiation of a thin-walled box with particle dampers using multiphase flow theory of gas-particle. Noise Control Engineering Journal 2016, 64 (1):85-98.

[3]        D. Q. Wang, C. J. Wu et al.: Free Vibration of the Damping Beam Using Co-simulation Method Based on the MFT. International Journal of Acoustics and Vibration 2015, 20(4): 251-257.

[4]        Dongqiang Wang, Chengjun Wu: Vibration Response Prediction of Plate with Particle Dampers Using Cosimulation Method. Shock and Vibration. Vol.2015, Article ID 270398, 14 pages, 2015. doi:10.1155/2015/270398.

[5]       Dongqiang Wang, Chengjun Wu: Parameter estimation and arrangement optimization of particle dampers on the cantilever rectangular plate. Journal of Vibroengineering 2015, 17(5):2503-2520.

[6]        WU Chengjun et al.: Influence of Surrounding Structures upon the Aerodynamic and Acoustic Performance of the Outdoor Unit of a Split Air-Conditioner. Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering, 2014, 27(4): 836-845.

[7]        C.J. Wu, et al.: A Study of the Aerodynamic and Acoustic Performance of an Indoor Unit of a DC-Inverter Split Air-Conditioner. Applied Acoustics 2012, 73(4): 415-422.

[8]        H. B. Tang, C. J. Wu et al.: Vibration analysis for a coupled beam-SDOF system by using the recurrence equation method. Journal of Sound and Vibration 2008, 311(3-5): 912-923.

[9]        C. J. Wu et al.: Transmission loss prediction on a single-inlet/double-outlet cylindrical expansion-chamber muffler by using the modal meshing approach. Applied Acoustics 2008, 69(2): 173-178.

[10]     H. B. Tang, C. J. Wu et al.: Vibroacoustic analysis for a uniform beam using composite Green function method. Applied Acoustics 2007, 68(11-12): 1386-1399.

[11]     C. J. Wu et al.: Transmission loss prediction on SIDO and DISO expansion-chamber mufflers with rectangular section by using the collocation approach. International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 2007, 49(7): 872-877.

[12]     C. J. Wu et al.: Modeling of granular particle damping using multiphase flow theory of gas-particle. Journal of Vibration and AcousticsTransactions of the ASME 2004, 126(2): 196-201.

[13]     H. L. Li, C. J. Wu et al.: Parametric study on sound radiation from an infinite fluid-filled/semi-submerged cylindrical shell. Applied Acoustics 2003, 64(5): 495-509.

[14]     C. J. Wu: Double-layer structural-acoustic coupling for cylindrical shell by using a combination of WDA and BIE. Applied Acoustics 2002, 63(10): 1143-1154.

[15]     C. J. Wu et al.: Sound radiation from a finite fluid filled/submerged cylindrical shell with porous material sandwich, Journal of Sound and Vibration 2000, 238(3): 425-441.

[16]     C. J. Wu et al.: Vibroacoustic analysis of a fluid-loaded cylindrical shell excited by a rotating load, Journal of Sound and Vibration 1999, 225(1): 79-94.

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PAPERS

[17]     Zhengwei Hao, Chengjun Wu et al.: Vibration Analysis for the Cylindrical Shell and Plate Composite Structure Using the Mixed-Mode Substructure Method. Proceedings of the 22nd   International Congress on Sound & Vibration, Florence, Italy, July 12-16, 2015.

[18]     Xiaofei LEI, Chengjun WU et al.: The distribution analysis of non-obstructive particle damping in Aluminum cantilever beam. Proceedings of the 44th International Congress on Noise Control Engineering. San Francisco, California, USA, August 9-12, 2015.

[19]     Chengjun WU et al.: Acoustic radiation response prediction of thin-walled box with particle dampers using multiphase flow theory of gas-particle. Proceedings of the 43rd International Congress on Noise Control Engineering, Melbourne, Australia, November 16-19, 2014.

[20]     Dongqiang Wang, Chengjun Wu et al.Forced vibration of the particles-damping beam based on multiphase flow theory of gas-particle. Proceedings of the 21st   International Congress on Sound & Vibration , Vol.1: 114-121, Beijing, China, July 13-17, 2014.

[21]     C.J. Wu et al.An improved modeling of granular particle damping using multiphase flow theory of gas-particle. Proceedings of the 20th International Congress on Sound & Vibration , Vol.4: 3305-3312., Bangkok, Tailand, July 7-11, 2013.