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

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WEST

Modelling and virtual experimentation platform for water quality. WEST is the tool of choice for dynamic modelling and simulation of wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) and other types of water quality-related systems. 

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.

Training courses & webinars

2-3 Feb
2 days
MIKE 21 Fine sediment modeling using flexible mesh USA
2-3 Feb
2 days
MIKE 11 Introduction to river and channel modelling Malaysia
3-5 Feb
3 days
FEFLOW Introduction to groundwater modelling Algeria
3-4 Feb
2 days
MIKE HYDRO BASIN Introduction to river basin modelling Algeria
More training courses
04 Feb 2015 MIKE HYDRO Basin Introduction to modelling with MIKE HYDRO Basin. 13:00 UTC
05 Feb 2015 MIKE 21/MIKE FLOOD Introduction to the use of graphical processing units (GPUs) in MIKE 21 and MIKE FLOOD. 15:00 UTC (in Spanish)
05 Feb 2015 MIKE 21/MIKE FLOOD Introduction to the use of graphical processing units (GPUs) in MIKE 21 and MIKE FLOOD. 10:00 UTC
10 Feb 2015 MIKE SHE Opportunities and challenges with integrated watershed hydrology modelling. 17:00 UTC.
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