His main research concerns Computational fluid dynamics, Meteorology, Wind speed, Wind tunnel and Ventilation. His research in Computational fluid dynamics intersects with topics in Airflow, Marine engineering, Turbulence, Flow and Wind direction. His Marine engineering research incorporates themes from Simulation and Windcatcher.
His research in Meteorology intersects with topics in Microclimate and Precinct. His research investigates the connection between Wind speed and topics such as Pedestrian that intersect with problems in Lift and Building design. His work on Natural ventilation as part of general Ventilation study is frequently linked to Environmental quality, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His primary scientific interests are in Acoustics, Computational fluid dynamics, Ventilation, Structural engineering and Duct. His Acoustics study combines topics in areas such as Finite element method and Helmholtz resonator. His Computational fluid dynamics research includes elements of Marine engineering, Turbulence, Meteorology, Flow and Wind direction.
He studies Ventilation, namely Natural ventilation. Cheuk Ming Mak has researched Structural engineering in several fields, including Vibration isolation and Sound power. His studies deal with areas such as Pedestrian and Wind tunnel as well as Wind speed.
His primary areas of study are Computational fluid dynamics, Pedestrian, Thermal comfort, Wind speed and Meteorology. His Computational fluid dynamics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dispersion, Marine engineering, Turbulence, Flow and Wind direction. His Turbulence research includes themes of Acoustics and Wind profile power law.
His Thermal comfort study incorporates themes from Thermal, Microclimate and Building design, Architectural engineering. Cheuk Ming Mak has included themes like Natural ventilation and Wind tunnel in his Wind speed study. His Meteorology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Airflow and Climate index.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Thermal comfort, Wind speed, Meteorology, Pedestrian and Wind tunnel. Cheuk Ming Mak combines subjects such as Urban heat island, Thermal, Microclimate and Architectural engineering with his study of Thermal comfort. His Meteorology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Canyon.
His Pedestrian research incorporates elements of Lift, Building design and Precinct. His studies in Wind tunnel integrate themes in fields like Dispersion, Turbulence, Vortex, Ventilation and Detached eddy simulation. His Turbulence research incorporates themes from Computational fluid dynamics and Dispersion.
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The assessment of the performance of a windcatcher system using computational fluid dynamics
Liu Li;Cheuk Ming Mak.
Building and Environment (2007)
The impact of indoor environmental quality on work productivity in university open-plan research offices
Shengxian Kang;Dayi Ou;Dayi Ou;Cheuk Ming Mak.
Building and Environment (2017)
The effects of daylighting and human behavior on luminous comfort in residential buildings: A questionnaire survey
Peng Xue;Cheuk Ming Mak;H. D. Cheung.
Building and Environment (2014)
A new method to assess spatial variations of outdoor thermal comfort: Onsite monitoring results and implications for precinct planning
Jianlei Niu;Jianlei Niu;Jianlin Liu;Tsz cheung Lee;Zhang Lin.
Building and Environment (2015)
The effect of sound on office productivity
Cheuk Ming Mak;Y. P. Lui.
Building Services Engineering Research and Technology (2012)
A study of wind and buoyancy driven flows through commercial wind towers
Ben Richard Hughes;Cheuk Ming Mak.
Energy and Buildings (2011)
Investigation into the differences among several outdoor thermal comfort indices against field survey in subtropics
Zhaosong Fang;Xiwen Feng;Jianlin Liu;Zhang Lin.
Sustainable Cities and Society (2019)
Effects of lift-up design on pedestrian level wind comfort in different building configurations under three wind directions
Yaxing Du;Cheuk M Mak;Jianlin Liu;Qian Xia.
Building and Environment (2017)
A numerical simulation of wing walls using computational fluid dynamics
C.M. Mak;J.L. Niu;C.T. Lee;K.F. Chan.
Energy and Buildings (2007)
Investigation into sensitivities of factors in outdoor thermal comfort indices
Zhaosong Fang;Zhaosong Fang;Zhang Lin;Cheuk Ming Mak;Jianlei Niu;Jianlei Niu.
Building and Environment (2018)
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