Our MIKE by DHI software has made knowledge of water environments accessible to water professionals around the globe for more than 25 years. The MIKE product family encapsulates more knowledge and covers a wider range of water modelling needs than any similar products.

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TOP SOFTWARE PRODUCTS

MIKE 21
2D modelling of coast and sea

MIKE 11
River modelling unlimited

MIKE URBAN
Modelling & GIS for water in the city

FEFLOW
Advanced groundwater modelling

Latest available downloads

MIKE 21

MIKE 21 is the leading software package for 2D modelling of hydrodynamics, waves, sediment dynamics, water quality and ecology. It is professional software of high reliability, quality and versatility.

MIKE 3

MIKE 3 is the leading software package for 3D modelling of hydrodynamics, sediment dynamics, water quality and ecology. It is professional software of high reliability, quality and versatility.

MIKE C-MAP

MIKE C-MAP is an application that can turn data from C-MAP (digital nautical charts from Jeppesen Norway) into model bathymetries for MIKE 21 and MIKE 3.

LITPACK

LITPACK is a unique tool for modelling and analysis of the coastline evolution, including the effects of constructions and other measures on the coastline.

Training courses & webinars

3-4 Nov
2 days
MIKE URBAN COLLECTION SYSTEMS Introduction to the modelling of collection systems USA
3-7 Nov
5 days
FEFLOW Introduction and advanced topics Germany
4-5 Nov
2 days
MIKE URBAN WATER DISTRIBUTION Introduction to the modelling of water distribution systems Sweden
6-7 Nov
2 days
MIKE 11 Introduction to river and channel modelling Philippines
More training courses
03 Nov 2014 Geothermal modelling using FEFLOW How to use numerical simulations as a tool for planning and optimisation of geothermal installations. 9:00 UTC
04 Nov 2014 MIKE 21/3 EcoLab Introduction to the environmental module - a numerical lab for ecological modeling, 14:00 UTC
05 Nov 2014 MIKE 21/3 FM An introduction to the DHI simulation engines using flexible mesh. 14:00 UTC
06 Nov 2014 Opportunities and challenges with Integrated Watershed Hydrology Modeling MIKE SHE: Surface Water & Groundwater Modeling in one tool for water management, 17:00  UTC
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