2018 Volume 9 Issue 2 Pages 64-71
It is believed that Dynamic Mode Decomposition (DMD) is a very useful method for the analysis of unsteady aerodynamics of road vehicles. However, it seems that the conventional DMD method is not practical regarding the application on the aerodynamic design of road vehicles, since DMD computation requires massive memory. Alternatively, online DMD methods seem to be useful in practice, as those require much less memory than the conventional method. In this paper, further validation of the online DMD on the aerodynamic forces on the DrivAer model is conducted, through the comparison with results from other enhanced DMD methods and FFT.