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MIKE by DHI modelling the world of water

There are some projects where the best solution is also the only solution and in those projects you want to be sure that you use the best tools backed by the best company. MIKE by DHI software delivers superior technology, expert support and outstanding value based on forty years of experience and know-how. Investing in MIKE software as your modelling technology is an investment in your development as a professional, and it is a gateway to the largest and most knowledgeable community of water modellers in the world. Welcome!

Superior tools built on sound science

For more than twenty years DHI has made the results of our science available to water professionals around the globe. MIKE Software continuously breaks new ground and turns the latest science into superior engineering tools. After twenty years of development our MIKE product family covers a wider range of water modelling needs than any similar family. As a MIKE Software user you know that you can always find the tool to solve your problem - and that this tool will work conveniently together with all your other MIKE Software tools. You also know that your tools will continue to grow together with you in the future - and that your investment in software and in your professional development is protected by DHI's unwavering commitment to quality and innovation.

More than just software

Excellent tools turn the hardest job into a joy! However, even the best tools may reach their limit, and that is precisely when you find out what you have paid for! With MIKE Software you have not just purchased a tool - you have stepped into a unique technical support system with local support in more parts of the world than any similar product family. And DHI's support does not stop at answering standard support questions. If you need assistance from an experienced modeller on your first application that, too, is available from any DHI office around the world. If you have never experienced really committed technical support before, please ask our users if it makes a difference!

Building your expertise

To invest in the best tools is one thing. To learn how to make best possible use of them is another. MIKE Software Courses offer a systematic approach for anyone who wants to invest in expanding their capabilities in water modelling. Nobody is a better trainer than an experienced practitioner, and the DHI people teaching training courses are all highly experienced modellers. They know the tools and know how to apply them in your part of the world. They are always prepared to share their knowledge with you! Our courses are run by our best experts in your language and in your region!

Our users say

"At GENIVAR we have compared different available models and we have finally chosen DHI products to save time and money and particularly to provide quality consulting services to our clients. I strongly recommend DHI models for engineers who would like to use reliable and advanced models but yet easy to use systems and well priced products."

Samir Hamdi, Senior Project Director, Genivar



Training around the globe

Every year more than 2,000 professionals attend our training events around the world. Our Global Course Calendar always tells you when and where your national office has scheduled open enrolment software courses. See page 30 for details or check on:


We speak your language

DHI offers fast, friendly and competent support in your time zone - and in your language.



Our users say

"As a model engineer, the stability of the software is always one of our major concerns. With the great assistance and support of DHI staff and the professional engineers, I realized that we are not alone with the model. Their quick response and expertise always inspire me whenever I urgently call for their support and help."

John Ho, Aquafor Beech Ltd.


MIKE by DHI 2011 release news

Introducing Climate change scenario modelling

Climate change is a reality and it is impacting us through water first! We are starting to see the consequences in terms of increased frequency and intensity of floods and droughts, more extreme waves, as well as changes in our ecosystems. Decision makers around the world rely on water professionals to provide the best possible answers to questions on how we can adapt to climate change in the safest and most cost-effective way. With Release 2011, the key MIKE products include a new Climate Change scenario modelling tool. Water modellers can now provide fast and consistent answers to climate change questions. How it works

The Climate Change tool is based on the CO2 emission scenarios developed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Scientists around the world use Global (or General) Circulation Models (GCMs) to predict the changes in temperatures and precipitation for these IPCC scenarios. It is these predictions that are included with Release 2011 and used as the basis for the Climate Change tool. To create a new scenario, select: 1. An existing baseline MIKE model 2. The emission scenario to be simulated 3. The GCM or GCMs to be used for the scaling 4. The year in the future that the simulation should represent The scaling method is both global and efficient. Based on the GCM output, it modifies your baseline model boundary data. This makes it suitable for fast assessments and screening studies. Thus, many adaptation options can be compared and the best solutions found. The Climate Change tool can also make use of more detailed data such as from Regional Circulation Models.

Included in Release 2011

The new Climate Change tool is a standard feature in Release 2011 of the following MIKE by DHI products:

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IPCC CO2 emission scenarios

Global Circulation Models

MIKE by DHI models



Getting the right answer is crucial! Getting the right answer fast is even better! As a MIKE user, you know you have not compromised on the quality of your answers. However, you can rest assured that you have also selected tools, which are as fast and efficient as possible. In a recent British independent review, MIKE FLOOD was the clear winner on speed - between 3.5 and 150 times faster than the competing tools. Release 2011 further increases the leadership of the MIKE products in terms of performance and superior productivity.


The following MIKE by DHI products have been modified to take advantage of multicore PCs:

· MIKE 21 Spectral Wave Model FM · MIKE 21 Flow Model FM · MIKE 3 Flow Model FM · MIKE 21 Boussinesq Wave Model · MIKE 21 Flow Model Classic NEW · MIKE 21 Flow Model Curvilinear NEW · MIKE FLOOD NEW · MIKE SHE NEW

Faster mesh generation

The algorithm used for the handling of scatter data in the Mesh Generator for the FM series has been significantly improved for Release 2011. This has led to:

· Faster viewing of scatter data · Faster interpolation

The resulting speed-up is a factor of 40-50.

Larger models with 64-bit architecture

With the shift from 32-bit to 64-bit hardware and software, the size of your models is no longer constrained by memory. The following MIKE by DHI engines are available in 64-bit versions:

· MIKE SHE · MIKE 21 Classic, FM and Curvilinear · MIKE 3 Classic and FM · LITPACK · MIKE FLOOD (2D part)

Distributed memory in FM

The MIKE 21/3 FM engines are now available in versions that have been parallelised using a distributed memory architecture. The result is much faster simulations on systems with many cores (see graph).

Autocalibration on multicore PCs

The AUTOCAL tool for parameter estimation and sensitivity analysis has so far mainly been used by MIKE SHE modellers. The module is also useful for all other MIKE users. From Release 2011, AUTOCAL can execute multiple simulations in parallel on individual cores. The result is much

faster parameter estimation and uncertainty analysis without investment

in specialised hardware and software.

MIKE 21/3 FM speed-up using multicore PCs for Release 2011 with distributed memory architecture


MIKE by DHI 2011 release news

Release 2011 is automaticall y shipped to us ers with valid Se rvice and Mainten ance Agreement


Release 2011 of MIKE URBAN is another significant milestone. Important new features have been added that further support the work flow, increase your productivity and set new standards for what can be done in urban water modelling.

Water distribution

Release 2011 is another need-to-have release for water distribution modellers. A range of new features to enhance the usability have been implemented such as: Pressure dependent demands Traditionally, water demands are defined prior to the simulation and thus independent of the actual pressure. With Release 2011, the Wagner equation can be used to adjust the node demands based on the available pressure. This makes it possible to simulate system shutdown, maintenance and intermittent water supply systems. Reliability analysis The Reliability Analysis Tool allows you to analyse hydraulic and water quality results of any steady state or extended period analysis and to investigate the reliability in terms of exceeded maximum and/or minimum values of pressures, flows, water quality, or any other result item.

· Detailed summary reporting on what

water resources


In a recent independent review carried out for the UK Environment Agency, MIKE FLOOD received the highest marks - not only for speed but also for model setup, runtime, stability, presentation and visualisation of results, sensitivity tests and file management. MIKE FLOOD achieved the highest overall score in the study. In Release 2011, there are further improvements in both speed and usability. User interface · Reorganised `Links Definition' page which enables an enlarged map view has been merged and removed · Saving simplification settings in a file · Batch execution of multiple simplifications based on several settings files

Tools for Building and Maintaining Models

Release MIKE URBAN includes three new tools to increase your efficiency when building and maintaining models: 1 Database comparison and redoing modifications This tool will report on differences between two MIKE URBAN databases. Records that are different will be reported as changed, deleted or added. For records which have changed, the attributes that are different will be highlighted. The differences can be saved to a file, which can be used to automatically redo the changes at a later stage, eg when redoing modifications after import. 2 Combining detailed and simplified models This tool can be used to combine a detailed and a simplified model into a mixed model with both detailed and simplified areas. 3 Comparing results between models With this tool you can compare two sets of model results at selected locations in batch mode.

· Direct access to bathymetry and

cross-sections from the map view

· Displaying cross-sections in the map


· New main menu dialogues for:

- Setting default values of new links - Global change of parameters for links

New linkage features

Simplification tool

The simplification tool has been enhanced to include:

· The choice of what not to simplify · Change in flow direction as a new

· Boundary Display in Map View

Boundary conditions are displayed in the map view including: discharge and water level boundaries in MOUSE and SWMM models, rainfall, temperature, evapotranspiration in catchments, as well as water demands in WD models.

New link option: MIKE 11 side structures linked to MIKE 21 Time dependent levee levels Automatic splitting of lateral links into a user-defined number of shorter segments

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pipe-merge criteria

· Easy comparison of results from

detailed and simplified models


coast and sea


Complex water quality modelling of multispecies, kinetic reactions is now available in MIKE SHE using ECO Lab. ECO Lab opens a whole range of new opportunities for comprehensive and flexible water quality and ecohydrology modelling in the overland flow, unsaturated zone and groundwater. Further, MIKE SHE can now use a fine scale DEM for detailed flooding without seriously impacting runtime.

LITPACK Redesign

Release 2011 includes a complete redesign of LITPACK, the modelling package for coastal sediment transport and morphology. The redesign includes:

Cyclone Tool

The MIKE 21 toolbox includes a tool for computing wind and pressure fields generated by a cyclone, hurricane or typhoon. The old Cyclone Tool uses a parametric model developed in the early 1980s that overpredicts winds in some cases.

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A new user interface Common setup file for all LITPACK modules Flexible definition of input values (constant/time varying/spatially varying) User specification of output parameters Graphical view of setup in georeferenced domain Additional functionality, eg calculation of Q-Alpha curves Improved Rose Plot: 3rd item defines duration of event Improved Profile Editor: Georeferenced line series data Improved Project Map: Line series display included


The irrigation functionality of MIKE BASIN has been extended with alternative runoff and soil water options in Release 2011. Furthermore, MIKE BASIN has been extended for simulation of crop water requirements and crop yield for rice.

The redesign is a step towards integration in the coupled FM.

MIKE 21/3 FM Improvements

Apart from the significant speed improvements (see p 5), several other new features are included in Release 2011:

In Release 2011, several newer parametric models of the cyclone process have been added.

MIKE 21 SW Convergence

The convergence of the quasi-steady model has been improved. Convergence can now be defined in terms of:

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Dynamic update of bathymetries (for dam/dune breaks, morphological seabed changes) Improved description of velocity profiles in river simulations

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Number of iterations RMS norm The maximum change in Hm0


MIKE 21 2D modelling of coast and sea


MIKE 21 is the ultimate Swiss army knife of coastal modelling. If you need to simulate physical, chemical or biological processes in coastal or marine areas, MIKE 21 almost certainly has the tool you need.

The following list is a small subset of the almost endless list of possible applications of MIKE 21:


The MIKE 21 system comprises the following simulation engines:


MIKE 21 is modular. You buy what you need and no more. See the module overview for application areas of each module. PP - Preprocessing and Postprocessing The PP module offers an integrated work environment providing convenient and compatible routines to ease the tasks of data input, analysis and presentation of simulation results. HD - Hydrodynamics The HD module simulates the water level variations and flows in response to a variety of forcing functions. AD - Advection-Dispersion Simulates the transport, dispersion and decay of dissolved or suspended substances. Typically used in cooling water and tracer studies. ST - Sand Transport Advanced sand transport model with several formulations for current and current/wave generated transport, including 3D description of sediment transport rates. Used for morphological optimisation of port layouts, impact of shore protection, stability of tidal inlets, etc. MT - Mud Transport A combined multifraction and multilayer model that describes erosion, transport and deposition of mud (cohesive sediment) or sand/mud mixtures. Coupled Modelling A powerful, integrated system, which combines the wave, flow and sediment transport models into a fully dynamic morphological model.


Single Grid - the classic rectilinear model is easy to set up, easy I/O exchange Multiple Grids - dynamically nested rectilinear model with the ability to focus grid resolution Flexible Mesh - maximum flexibility for adapting grid resolution within the model

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All FM engines and MIKE 21 Single Grid and BW support parallel processing.

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Design data assessment for coastal and offshore structures Optimisation of port layout and coastal protection measures Cooling water, desalination and recirculation analysis Optimisation of coastal outfalls Environmental impact assessment of marine infrastructures Ecological modelling including optimisation of aquaculture systems Optimisation of renewable energy systems Water forecast for safe marine operations and navigation Coastal flooding and storm surge warnings Inland flooding and overland flow modelling

The unique 3-in-one package includes all three engines in one great package deal



PT - Particle Tracking Describes transport and fate of dissolved and suspended substances including sediments. SA - Spill Analysis Simulates the spreading and weathering of suspended substances and is used for oil spill modelling. Now also for the FM versions. ECO Lab - Ecological Modelling Please refer to page 15. SW - Spectral Waves Spectral wind-wave model that simulates the growth, decay and transformation of wind generated waves and swell. NSW - Near Shore Spectral Wind-Waves The model describes propagation, growth and decay of short period and short crested waves in near shore areas.


PMS - Parabolic Mild Slope Waves A linear refraction-diffraction model used to study wave disturbance in open coastal areas. EMS - Elliptic Mild Slope Waves Efficient model used to study wave dynamics in coastal areas and, for instance, harbour resonance in response to linear and monochromatic wave forcing. BW - Boussinesq Waves The state-of-the-art tool for studies and analysis of wave disturbance in ports, harbours and coastal areas. Includes full surf and swash zone dynamics. WS WAT - Wave Analysis Tool Detailed wave analysis: linear Spectral Analysis, Digital Filtering Analysis, Directional Wave Analysis and Crossing Analysis. Postprocessing of MIKE 21 BW output.


MIKE 21 is proven technology. No other modelling package has been used for as many coastal and marine engineering projects around the globe as MIKE 21. The recipe for the unique success of MIKE 21 is simple: It gives its users maximum flexibility, higher productivity and full confidence in the results. And MIKE 21 is much more than just the right tool for your project. Being a MIKE product, it also brings along the other benefits of MIKE software:

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Solid technical support Regular training classes Access to DHI know-how wherever you are


MIKE 21 ELP (PP+HD+AD) 5,000 water points / 3,000 elements (other sizes available) MIKE 21 PP + HD (Full commercial, single grid, unlimited size) MIKE 21 PP + HDFM MIKE 21 wave modules Add-on modules


MIKE 21 module overview


34,600 from 6,900 3,900 - 16,500

Ask about other modules and packages University discounts available Multicopy discounts available The above prices are for single-user licences Network licences available All prices are exclusive of VAT and other taxes and duties


MIKE 3 3D modelling of coast and sea


MIKE 3 provides the simulation tools if you need to model 3-dimensional free surface flows and associated sediment or water quality processes. MIKE 3 is widely recognised all over the world as the platinum standard for environmental and ecological studies.

The following list is a subset of the possible applications of MIKE 3:


The MIKE 3 system offers the following simulation engines:


MIKE 3 is modular. You buy what you need and no more. See the module overview for application areas of each module. PP - Preprocessing and Postprocessing


Single Grid - the classic rectilinear model is easy to set up, easy I/O exchange Multiple Grids - dynamically nested rectilinear model with the ability to focus grid resolution Flexible Mesh - maximum flexibility for tailoring grid resolution within the model



The PP module offers an integrated work environment providing convenient and compatible routines to ease the task of data input, analysis and presentation of simulation results.

If you already have MIKE 21, you do not need another PP module for your MIKE 3 installation on the same PC.

The unique 3-in-one package includes all three engines in one great package deal


Assessment of hydrographic conditions for design, construction and operation of structures and plants in stratified waters Coastal and oceanographic circulation studies, including fine sediment dynamics Optimisation of coastal thermal or wastewater disposal Environmental impact assessment of marine infrastructures Ecological modelling including optimisation of aquaculture systems Lake hydrodynamics and ecology Coastal and marine restoration projects Analysis and optimisation of cooling water recirculation and desalination


For the Single Grid and Multiple Grid versions, the fully time dependent nonlinear equations of continuity and conservation of momentum in three dimensions are solved by finite difference techniques with the variables defined on a rectangular staggered grid in x-, y- and z-space. Two different hydrodynamic engines are included. A nonhydrostatic version, which applies an artificial compressibility, and a hydrostatic version. The Flexible Mesh version uses a cell-centred, finite volume method for discretisation of the flow and transport equations. In the horizontal plane (Cartesian or spherical coordinates) an unstructured grid, consisting of triangular and quadrilateral elements, is used. In the vertical domain, a combined sigma and z-level vertical grid giving an improved description of, for example, complex stratified environments is used.

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HD - Hydrodynamics Simulates the water level variations and flows in response to a variety of forcing functions. The module includes a wide range of hydraulic phenomena in the simulations and it can be used for any 3D free-surface flow. The Flexible Mesh version, which uses depth and surface adaptive vertical grid, is particularly suitable in areas with a high tidal range. AD - Advection-Dispersion Simulates the transport, dispersion and decay of dissolved or suspended substances. Typically used in cooling water and sewage outfall studies. ECO Lab - Ecological Modelling Please refer to page 15. MT - Mud Transport A combined multifraction and multilayer model that describes erosion, transport and deposition of mud (cohesive sediments). A dredging module has been added to the versatile features of the MT module, allowing a dynamic simulation of all stages of the dredging process.


PT - Particle Tracking Simulates transport and fate of dissolved and suspended substances. Used for risk analyses, accidental spillage, monitoring of dredging works, etc. SA - Spill Analysis Simulates the spreading and weathering of suspended substances and is used for forecasting of oil spill, spill scenarios for contingency plans, etc. Now also for the FM version. ST - Sand Transport The advanced sand transport model in MIKE 21 has been ported to MIKE 3 and dynamically coupled to the 3D hydrodynamic flow model. MIKE 3 ST includes two options for extracting 2D information from the 3D flow: mean and derivation or bed shear stress. This extends the use further into, for example, river morphology and to areas with current circulation such as confined bays or lakes.


MIKE 3 builds on the same solid technology as MIKE 21 and is the obvious choice, when your project requires 3D modelling. If you are familiar with MIKE 21 you will immediately feel at home with MIKE 3. With the combination of the two in your toolbox, hardly any coastal or marine modelling job will exceed your capabilities. If you are not yet an expert in 3D modelling, you do not have to go far for assistance. Expert support is available through any of DHI's more than 30 offices around the world.


MIKE 3 ELP (PP+HD+AD) 10,000 water points / 6,000 elements (other sizes available) MIKE 3 PP + HD (Full commercial, single grid, unlimited size) MIKE 3 PP + FMHD Add-on modules


MIKE 3 module overview


46,400 5,600 - 18,700

Ask about other modules and packages University discounts available Multicopy discounts available The above prices are for single-user licences Network licences available All prices are exclusive of VAT and other taxes and duties


LITPACK littoral processes and coastline kinetics


Design and implementation of efficient management strategies, either locally or regionally, require detailed knowledge of the physical processes controlling the transport and sedimentation of beach materials. LITPACK applies a unique deterministic approach to give you a powerful tool for a wide range of coastal zone management applications.

Typical examples of LITPACK applications are:


LITPACK Release 2011 comprises a completely revised interface in line with the well proven GUI for the FM versions of MIKE 21 and MIKE 3.


LITPACK combines a technically strong deterministic sediment transport model with a very user-friendly graphical interface. It simulates a wide range of wave and current scenarios along straight or nearly straight coastlines. LITPACK combines these simulations into predictions of coastal profiles and long term coastline evolution. LITPACK is proven science turned into a productive tool for coastal engineers.

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Impact assessment of coastal works Optimisation of beach redevelopment schemes Design and evaluation of coastal protection Estimation of channel backfilling Execution of morphological baseline studies

PP - Preprocessing and Postprocessing This module provides an integrated work environment providing convenient and compatible routines. It simplifies the tasks of data input, analysis and presentation of simulation results. If you already have a MIKE 21 or a MIKE 3 on the same installation, you do not need an additional PP module for LITPACK. Main Modules LITSTP - noncohesive sediment transport in single points


LITPACK Add-on modules

from 3,000 from 3,000

LITDRIFT - long shore current, littoral drift and annual net and gross sediment transport Add-On Modules LITLINE - coastline evolution LITTREN - channel backfilling due to nonequilibrium sediment transport mechanisms LITPROF - profile development due to cross-shore transport.

Ask about other modules and packages University discounts available Multicopy discounts available The above prices are for single-user licences Network licences available All prices are exclusive of VAT and other taxes and duties

Littoral processes modelled with LITPACK


MIKE Animator animating your model results


MIKE Animator is a digital video production studio, which enables you to turn MIKE 21, MIKE 3 and MIKE FLOOD model results into impressive 3D video presentations.


MIKE Animator includes tools that allow you to:


MIKE Animator

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Create realistic 3D scenes View model areas and simulation results in 3D Produce professional fly-through animations Save the presentations in AVI, png, flc or frame format for easy dissemination to customers

Bridges the gap between specialist and nonspecialist Communicates model studies and ideas effectively within your team Provides professional presentations to clients Facilitates consensus making and dialogue with stakeholders Demonstrates your modelling skills better than any printed matter

Both scenes are created with MIKE Animator

MIKE Animator is jointly developed by Baird & Associates Coastal Engineers and DHI.


MIKE Animator

University discounts available Multicopy discounts available


The above price is for a single-user licence Network licences available All prices are exclusive of VAT and other taxes and duties


MIKE C-MAP model bathymetries around the world news


Setting up the basic model bathymetries has always been a tedious and expensive part of coastal and marine modelling projects. MIKE C-MAP provides access to an abundance of bathymetric data through Jeppesen Norway's electronic chart database and combines this with efficient tools for the setup of model bathymetries.


Jeppesen Norway is the provider of sea chart information in digital form. This is the data, which is turned into your model bathymetries. C-MAP data are available in a number of packages. Prices vary depending on the size and location of the geographical area. MIKE C-MAP is the MIKE by DHI application, which is used for turning the C-MAP data into the model bathymetries for your MIKE models. To produce your model bathymetries, you need MIKE C-MAP and the relevant data from Jeppesen Norway. Apart from bathymetric data, Jeppesen Norway also provides tidal data. MIKE C-MAP extracts these tidal data and can turn them into the formats needed, for example for use as tidal boundary conditions for MIKE 21.


If you are a professional MIKE 21 or MIKE 3 modeller facing tight budgets and deadlines, MIKE C-MAP is an almost indispensable tool in your toolbox. Many MIKE 21 and MIKE 3 modellers claim that the time saved on just one project has more than paid their MIKE C-MAP licence. Manual digitisation of model bathymetries is no longer required.

Courtesy of NASA


MIKE C-MAP C-Map CM-93/3 digital

from 4,000

Jeppesen Norway main data areas


University discounts available (MIKE C-MAP only) Multicopy discounts available The above prices are for single-user licences All prices are exclusive of VAT and other taxes and duties


ECO Lab ecological modelling made simple


One of the preconditions of ecological modelling is an accurate flow model for the area of interest. ECO Lab integrates seamlessly with the MIKE by DHI suite of flow simulation models covering all aspects - ranging from 1D to 3D modelling:


With ECO Lab you get a complete numerical laboratory for ecological modelling. You can develop exactly the model you need and describe the processes you wish to describe. No ecological problem is too simple or too complicated for ECO Lab. Furthermore, there is no time consuming programming involved. With ECO Lab you simply define the process using standard templates as a basis. ECO Lab thereby lets you transform any aquatic ecosystem into a reliable numerical model for accurate predictions.

Typical applications of ECO Lab include:


ECO Lab combines the best of two worlds:


you get access to DHI's well proven and widely used standard water quality models you get complete freedom to define your own know-how or research ideas and test them against your field data


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MIKE 11 1D MIKE 21 2D MIKE 3 3D

ECO Lab works out of the box, using predefined templates for covering standard water quality issues. The predefined templates can be used as the basis for user defined ecosystem models. Or you may start from a blank template making use of the wide range of libraries of constants and functions, which makes it easy to generate and edit your own templates.

ECO Lab models work across the range of 1D, 2D and 3D MIKE modelling packages. Your own templates will do that too. Focus on the processes and forget about programming. Exchange ideas and models with colleagues around the world. Simply send them a copy of your templates.


Water quality and ecological studies related to rivers, wetlands, lakes, reservoirs, estuaries, coastal waters and the sea Spatial predictions of any ecosystem response Simple and complex water quality studies Impact and remediation studies Planning and permitting studies Water quality forecasts

University discounts available Multicopy discounts available The above prices are for single-user licences Network licences available All prices are exclusive of VAT and other taxes and duties

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ECO Lab for MIKE 11 ECO Lab for MIKE 21 ECO Lab for MIKE 3 from from from

4,500 14,000 17,000


MIKE URBAN modelling and GIS for water in the city


MIKE URBAN is the urban water modelling software of choice when the important parameters for model selection are usability, work flow, openness, flexibility and GIS integration as well as physical soundness, efficiency and stability of simulation engines. MIKE URBAN covers all water networks in the city, including water distribution systems, storm water drainage systems and sewer collection in separate and combined systems.

The following lists a few typical application areas of MIKE URBAN:


Water distribution modelling

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Water pressure and pressure zone management Estimating node demands Analysing dynamic fire flows and fire hydrants Predicting water age and chlorine concentrations Forecasting movement and location of pollutants Contingency planning and risk assessment Sizing surge protection chambers and tanks


MIKE URBAN offers the following simulation engines:


MOUSE-HD: DHI's classic engine for dynamic 1D modelling of sewer and drainage networks. Included in the CS-Pipeflow module SWMM5: Public domain dynamic storm water drainage model from US-EPA. Included in Model Manager module EPANET: Public domain water distribution model from US-EPA. Included in Model Manager module



Sewer and storm water modelling

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Storm water management Drainage master plans Predicting local flooding (location and severity) Analysing CSOs and SSOs Evaluating RDII, network capacity and bottlenecks Estimating sediment build-up and transport Optimisation and design of RTC solutions Analysing water quality and sediment problems Real time modelling embedded in RTC solutions



Model Manager The model manager is the core of the MIKE URBAN user interface. Using the wealth of features, the user efficiently goes through all phases of preparing the model input data as well as analysing and presenting results from the simulation engines. Model manager includes:



The MOUSE engine is:

Accepted - de facto standard in countries

on all continents.

Advanced - fully dynamic modelling of

branched and looped networks.

Flexible - wide range of runoff models

and boundary data options.

Comprehensive - includes modules for

View all or selected data in 3D


A GIS based model data management package for collection system networks and water distribution networks Feature-rich GIS functionality powered by ESRI's ArcObjectsTM components. Populating and building model data from GIS data is simply made efficient, open and transparent Three options for storing model data: Personal Geodatabase (.mdb), File Geodatabase (.gdb) and SDE Geodatabase. The latter provides true versioning and multiuser support. All three options allow for viewing and editing data with ArcMapTM

virtually any kind of urban drainage system modelling you can imagine. CS - Pipeflow Simulates unsteady flow in pipe and channel networks. It has a wide range of network components and flow processes such as:


Model Manager (continued) The tools and features all provided with the aim of improving the user efficiency are amongst others:

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Scenario manager Data validation, assignment and interpolation tool Catchment delineation tool Network simplification tool Geocoded load and demand allocation Temporal Analyst (see separate product description) for management, analysis and visualisation of measured or simulated time series data Model results presentation through static and animated time series, profiles, maps, tables, statistics



Standard and flexible cross-sections , circular manholes, detention basins, overflow weirs, orifices, pumps, flow regulators, storm water inlets, etc CS-Pipeflow simulates subcritical as well as supercritical flow conditions in partially full, full and pressurised pipes CS-Pipeflow includes a long term simulation tool for continuous simulations of long time series and a unique automatic pipe design tool, which finds optimal pipe dimensions based on dynamic simulations




Collection System (CS) modules All collection system modules are based on DHI's world renowned MOUSE engine - with unrivalled numerical stability and efficiency.

CS - Control The Control module features advanced real time control capabilities of weir crest levels, gate openings, pump discharges, etc. It permits description of the controllable devices and makes the definition of complex operational logic for interdependent regulators fully transparent and easy.

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MIKE URBAN modelling and GIS for water in the city



Collection System (CS) modules (continued) CS - Rainfall-Runoff Includes multiple rainfall-runoff models such as time area, kinematic wave, linear reservoir and UHM as well as an RDI module for the generation of continuous inflow typically applied for simulating slow response inflows (eg infiltration).

RDI modelling with a 4-storage rainfall-runoff model for slow response inflow


Water Distribution (WD) modules The WD components are based on DHI extensions to the worldwide standard EPANET engine and DHI's powerful simulation engine for transient flows WH. The basic WD components included in the model manager module are:


Water Quality Analysis

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Blending water from different sources Age of water throughout a system Chlorine residuals Growth of disinfection byproducts Contaminant propagation

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Steady state simulations Extended period simulations Water quality simulations under extended period conditions Transient flow simulations

A number of engineering tools are provided:

Fire Flow Analysis


Allows rapid analysis of proposed water distribution system improvements to meet fire flow requirements. Calculates available flow for designed residual pressure Calculates residual pressure for designed flow Sophisticated development of junction node demands based on CIS system Geocoding and aggregating of the consumption data Computes water demands for each node in the network system based upon several distribution methods Pressure dependent demands suitable for simulation of system shutdown, maintenance and intermittent water supply systems

WD tools A collection of add-on tools, which significantly enhance the water distribution part of MIKE URBAN Model Manager. WD tools include:


CS - Pollution Transport Includes pollution transport by advection and dispersion as well as sediment transport. Comprises storm water quality modelling features for modelling transport of pollutants and sediment from the surface water to the drainage system. CS - Biological Processes Includes simulation of chemical and biological processes in sanitary systems and combined systems


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Demand Allocation and Distribution

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Automatic calibration of water distribution network models Advanced fire-flow tool for analysing the capacity of water distribution systems Advanced control simulation options for extended period simulations Transient flow simulation of fully pressurised systems.

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model integration model integration benefits

MIKE by DHI provides efficient solutions to the increasing need for combining 1D modelling of sewer and storm water drainage systems with other models offering higher modelling accuracy of some processes. Overland and Pipe Flow Modelling The solution to the need for accurate, easy and efficient simulation of pipe and overland flow is to use a dynamically coupled combination of 1D and 2D models. Overland flow in the 2D model will enter the 1D pipe flow model through storm water inlets and vice versa during periods of drainage network surcharging. Such a model combination is offered for MIKE URBAN CS through MIKE FLOOD. The 2D overland flow features of MIKE FLOOD are integrated into the GUI of MIKE URBAN which enables the user to: MIKE URBAN users are supported and backed up by local support centres in more than 25 countries. MIKE URBAN is a complete integration of GIS and water modelling. All GIS licences and components required are embedded in the MIKE URBAN licence. MIKE URBAN is OpenMI compliant. It is available in English, German, French, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Czech and Polish. MIKE URBAN CS and WD can be integrated with SCADA systems for operational online modelling. The online module provides options for modelling in real time, analysis of historical events and prediction of the future system behaviour.

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Define 2D overland flow model extent and resolution independently of DEM Define and edit the coupling between pipe flow and overland flow model components Edit 2D overland flow model input such as resistance, eddy and flooding/ drying parameters Launch simulations and visualise flood results as time series, profiles, maps and animations

Flood map from combined 1D pipe flow and 2D overland model



River and Pipe Flow Modelling Drainage networks discharging into rivers are potentially subject to backwater effects from the rivers during high river flow events. Modelling the backwater effects correctly requires a dynamic coupling between the river model and the pipe flow model. Such solution is offered for MIKE URBAN through MIKE FLOOD. See MIKE FLOOD for further details. Groundwater and Pipe Flow Modelling Accurate modelling of the two-way interaction between pipes in the ground and the surrounding aquifer requires combined use of a pipe flow and a groundwater model such as offered with MIKE URBAN CS and MIKE SHE. This solution allows for detailed modelling of infiltration to and leakage from pipes as well as modelling of the potential side-effects of infiltration prevention. Please refer to MIKE SHE for further details on this product.


MIKE URBAN Entry (max 50 pipes) Model Manager CS - Rainfall-Runoff CS - Pipeflow WD - Tools MIKE URBAN City (max 5,000 pipe) Model Manager CS - Rainfall-Runoff CS - Pipeflow Ask about other modules and pipe limits University discounts available Multicopy discounts available

2,000 500 1,000 250

See MIKE FLOOD for further details.

MIKE URBAN GUI for 2D overland flow

7,000 3,500 7,000

The above prices are for single-user licences Network licences available All Prices are exclusive of VAT and other taxes and duties


MIKE 11 river modelling unlimited


MIKE 11 is synonymous with top quality river modelling covering more application areas than any other river modelling package available. Whether your project concerns flooding, navigation, forecasting, water quality, sediment transport, or a combination of these or other aspects of river engineering, MIKE 11 handles it. Extending the range of applications, MIKE 11 also includes options for investigating riverbank overflow and catchment hydrology .

Typical MIKE 11 applications


MIKE 11 offers the following hydraulic and hydrological simulation engines: HD - Hydrodynamics DHI's classic 1D hydrodynamic engine for rivers and open channels. Unsurpassed in flexibility, robustness and features, including:


MIKE 11 includes a wide range of add-on modules allowing you to create your own personal river modelling toolbox. RR - Rainfall-Runoff Includes a variety of RR-models. Amongst these are a lumped, conceptual and continuous hydrological model as well as the standard unit hydrograph SCS method. SO - Structure Operation Simulates operational structures such as sluices, overflow and radial gates as well as pumps and reservoir releases from user-defined operating strategies. DB - Dam Break Provides facilities for definition of dam geometry, breach development in time and space as well as failure mode. Includes DAMBRK / FLDWAV compatibility switch. AUTOCAL- Automatic Calibration Automatic calibration process for a wide range of parameters, including RR parameters, Manning numbers, head loss coefficients and WQ parameters. Stratified - Multilayered river flow Modelling of vertical density differences, such as salinity or temperature in twolayer or multilayered stratified water bodies.


Fully dynamic solution to the complete nonlinear St. Venant equations for open-channel flow Muskingu and Muskingum-Cunge routing method options for simplified channel routing Automatic adaptation to subcritical and supercritical flow A large suite of standard hydraulic structures such as weirs, culverts, bridges, pumps, energy loss and tabulated structures Choice of fixed, tabulated or adaptive simulation time step


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Flood analysis and flood alleviation design studies Real time flood forecasting Dam break analysis Optimisation of reservoir and canal gate / structure operations Ecological and water quality assessments in rivers and wetlands Sediment transport and river morphology studies Salinity intrusion in rivers and estuaries Wetland restoration studies

Distributed hydrology Overland flow - using a simplified, semidistributed method, or a 2D diffusive wave method. This allows you to do simplified 1D/2D flood modelling with MIKE 11. Unsaturated infiltration - using a two-layer water balance method for infiltration losses. Evapo-transpiration - from intercepted storage, ponded water, the root zone and groundwater. Groundwater - using linear reservoir groundwater calculations for basin-wide water balance and river inflow calculations.

Flood mapping and results analysis using MIKE 11 GIS.



FF - Flood Forecasting Modelling of real time flood forecasting including state updating and data assimilation features. ST / GST - Noncohesive Sediment Transport, erosion and deposition of uniform and graded noncohesive sediments, including morphological changes on river bed topography. AD - Advection-Dispersion Transport and spreading of conservative pollutants and constituents with linear decay (including heat). ACS - Cohesive Sediment Cohesive sediment with 3-layer bed description, including quasi-2D erosion. ECO Lab - Ecological Modelling A numerical laboratory for ecological and water quality modelling. GIS Extension Powerful extension for ArcGIS providing features for catchment/river delineation, cross-section and Dem data, pollution load estimates, flood visualisation/ animation as 2D maps and data/result presentation and analysis.


In order to make it easier to configure your MIKE 11 toolbox, two value-added packages are available: MIKE 11 Studio


With MIKE 11 you get one of the world's most well-proven and commonly applied 1D river modelling packages available. MIKE 11 is the preferred choice of professional river engineers when reliability, versatility, productivity and quality are the keywords. MIKE 11 is a powerful river modelling toolbox with more features than any competing product. MIKE 11 is the software product, which made 'MIKE' the brand name for top quality modelling software from DHI and remains one of the most widely used MIKE by DHI product.

(identical with MIKE SHE Studio)

- ideal for small to medium sized river modelling applications when the HD solution is limited to 250 points with cross-sectional or structure data. In addition, MIKE 11 Studio includes the SO and the DB modules. Furthermore, it includes distributed hydrology, previously described . MIKE 11 Enterprise - ideal for professionals working with detailed river modelling. It has no limits in size and detail of the HD solution and includes the SO, DB, RR, AD and AUTOCAL modules. Furthermore, it includes distributed hydrology. These packages can be extended with other add-on modules.

2D flood map output


MIKE 11 Studio MIKE 11 Enterprise

Ask about other modules and packages University discounts available Multicopy discounts available

9,500 16,000

MIKE 11 is accepted by US Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for use in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).

The above prices are for single-user licences Network licences available All Prices are exclusive of VAT and other taxes and duties


MIKE FLOOD for urban, coastal and riverine flooding


MIKE FLOOD is the most complete toolbox for flood modelling available. It includes a wide selection of 1D and 2D flood simulation engines, enabling you to model virtually any flood problem whether it involves rivers, floodplains, floods in streets, drainage networks, coastal areas, dam and dike breaches or any combination of the above. MIKE FLOOD is applicable at any scale from a single parking lot to regional models. Independent studies show that you can save months of efforts and create more reliable models by upgrading from standard 1D modelling to MIKE FLOOD!

Typical MIKE FLOOD applications


MIKE FLOOD offers the following simulation features: 1D engines

urban flooding

Simulation of urban flooding at the level of accuracy required nowadays often calls for using a 1D pipe flow model combined with a 2D overland flow model. MIKE FLOOD offers such a model combination through the coupling of MIKE URBAN CS (MOUSE engine) and MIKE 21. MIKE FLOOD will efficiently simulate any cause of urban flooding, including heavy local rainfall, insufficient flow capacity of storm water inlets or the drainage network, as well as flooding caused by overtopping of nearby river or coastal flood defenses. When simulating urban flooding in MIKE FLOOD, water is exchanged between the pipe flow model and overland flow model through model couplings at the location of nodes, pumps, weirs or outlets. In this way urban flood waters simulated in the 2D overland flow model will enter the 1D pipe flow model through storm water inlets. Or vice-versa as water will discharge onto the ground when surcharging of the underground pipe network takes place. Defining the couplings between pipe and overland flow model as well as launching simulations and visualising results are supported in the GUI of both MIKE FLOOD and MIKE URBAN.


1D river network - based on DHI's classic hydrodynamic engine for rivers and open channels. See MIKE 11 for more details 1D sewer network ­ based on DHI's

equally classic engine for sewer and drainage networks. See MIKE URBAN for more details


2D engines


Single Grid - the classic rectilinear model. Easy to set up and easy I/O exchange. Now with parallel processing Multi Cell Overland Flow Solver

utilising higher resolution DEM information on a coarser grid used in the actual simulation. Simulation speed is much faster as compared to standard simulation with a fine resolution DEM



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Rapid flood assessments Flood hazard mapping Flood risk analysis for industrial, residential or cultural heritage areas Flood contingency planning, for example planning of evacuation routes and priorities Impact assessments of climate change issues Flood defense failure studies Integrated urban drainage, river and coastal flood modelling

Flexible Mesh (FM) - maximum flexibility for tailoring grid resolution within the model. The FM engine supports parallel processing. See MIKE 21 for more details

Structures A range of culverts and weirs can be handled both in the 1D and the 2D engines. In addition, operational structures can be included in the 1D networks using add-on modules (MIKE 11 SO and MIKE URBAN CS-Control). 3-way coupling The 1D and 2D engines can be coupled in many ways providing full flexibility and capability of investigating complex environments.

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Courtesy of North Shore City Council, NZ


coastal flooding

MIKE FLOOD is the ideal package for efficient and accurate assessment of coastal flooding risks, whether it is related to flooding of coastal cities and infrastructures, or inundation of reclaimed or low-lying areas. The flexibility of MIKE FLOOD components enables a proficient modelling of complex and dynamic events due to ocean storm surges, and the impacts in estuaries, rivers and drainage canals, and sewer systems. MIKE FLOOD offers the possibility to investigate the effects of coastal protection such as dikes/polders and tidal gates or other operational structures in delta areas. Combined with one of the MIKE wave models (MIKE 21 Spectral Wave or MIKE 21 Boussinesq Wave) MIKE FLOOD can address all aspects of coastal impacts of storm surge and inundation.

riverine flooding


MIKE FLOOD builds on well proven technology, which has been applied successfully in numerous important engineering projects all over the world. MIKE FLOOD is fast With the parallel 2D engines, MIKE FLOOD provides options for fast simulation execution. Quite simply: with MIKE FLOOD you can do simulations, which are without reach using other tools! MIKE FLOOD saves time Avoid trying to fiddle a 1D model to a 1D/2D problem and create transparent result that are easy to interpret and present. MIKE FLOOD is more than just the software. It is also access to DHI flood modelling expertise in more than 20 countries around the world.

Courtesy of Environment Canterbury, NZ

MIKE FLOOD is a very efficient and flexible tool for river flood modelling when investigating flood hazards and flood risk from rising water levels in the river/canal system and/or from high rainfall intensity in the catchment area. Flooding can be investigated on multiple scales ranging from large-scale basin areas to local impacts in specific low lying flood prone areas along the river. When simulating river flooding, the combination of a 1D open channel model using MIKE 11 and a 2D overland flow using MIKE 21 is typically preferred. The flexibility of the combined 1D/2D engines provides numerous opportunities for analysing complex issues such as: river conveyance problems due to improper maintenance of the vegetation, limited flood storage capacity, infrastructures crossing the river/floodplain, operation of hydraulic structures and reservoirs, dam breaks or canal breaches, changes in land use, etc. MIKE 11 and MIKE 21 can be coupled either at specific points or distributed along entire river stretches on either side of the main river channel.



combination of size limited versions

from 5,700 from 42,500


comb. of unlimited versions, including MIKE 11, MIKE URBAN and 2D engines

Ask about other modules and packages University discounts available Multicopy discounts available The above prices are for single-user licences Network licences available All Prices are exclusive of VAT and other taxes and duties

MIKE FLOOD is accepted by US Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for use in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).


FEFLOW advanced groundwater modelling


Groundwater projects are becoming more and more demanding - requiring modelling software with capabilities more sophisticated than ever. FEFLOW provides best-in-class technology for porous-media simulations. The brand-new user interface of FEFLOW 6 sets a new standard in usability and efficiency to facilitate your modelling projects.

Applications for which FEFLOW excels include:

finite elements

FEFLOW uses finite-element solution techniques to handle a broad variety of physical processes for subsurface flow and transport modelling. The advantages of the finite-element method include:


FEFLOW supports a broad range of physical processes: General


Flexible meshing strategies allow for detailed models of complex geological structures Precise spatial representation of features like rivers, fractures, tunnels and well locations Accurate representation of sloping layers and anisotropy

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Transient conditions Steady-state conditions Darcy flow in porous media Variably saturated flow Free surface (phreatic) flow Density-dependent flow Fracture flow Advection-diffusion/dispersion solute transport Single species solute transport Multispecies solute transport Equilibrium sorption User-defined kinetic reactions Double or multidiffusive convection Free, forced and mixed convection Fracture mass transport Advection-conduction/dispersion heat transport Free, forced and mixed convection Fracture heat transport Thermohaline convection 1D borehole heat exchanger elements

Flow modelling



3D groundwater models are computationally demanding. Hence, FEFLOW employs optimised numerical solvers - for example by making use of parallel computing on multiprocessor and/or multicore machines.

Mass-transport modelling

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Regional groundwater management Groundwater management in construction and tunnelling Mine water management Saltwater intrusion Seepage through dams and levees Land use and climate change scenarios Groundwater remediation, natural attenuation Geothermal energy (deep and nearsurface, both open- and closed-loop systems) Groundwater­surface water interaction

Heat-transport modelling


Groundwater-surface water interaction


FEFLOW links with MIKE 11 for modelling of river flow



Open programming interface FEFLOW is designed to handle plug-ins for extended functionality. A convenient programming interface makes plug-in development a manageable task even for less experienced programmers. A number of plug-ins for specific needs is readily available. Up-to-date visualisation tools FEFLOW provides extensive planar, crosssectional and 3D visualisation features. Present your modelling results as highquality snapshots or in video sequences, eg for moving plumes of contaminants! Get the free Viewer In viewer mode, FEFLOW's advanced visualisation and postprocessing capabilities are available free of charge. Model reviewers and clients no longer need a software licence to evaluate input data and simulation results.


Benchmark simulations Users of complex simulation software such as FEFLOW expect reliability, accuracy and efficiency. All parts of the FEFLOW simulation engine have passed extensive benchmark testing against analytical solutions, physical laboratory test results and results from other well-known simulation systems.


If your project requires accurate representation of the geology through flexible mesh modelling, then FEFLOW is the answer. Thousands of users around the world know that highly qualified support for complex groundwater modelling is only an email or a phone call away! FEFLOW includes a licence for WGEO, an excellent tool for georeferencing and processing of spatially related raster data as well as for transformation of raster and vector data. WGEO enables quick and efficient rectification and georeferencing of data sets for use in simulations.



2D flow

1,500 7,000 9,500


3D flow and mass transport


Ask about other modules and packages University discounts available Multicopy discounts available

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MIKE SHE integrated catchment modelling


MIKE SHE delivers truly integrated modelling of groundwater, surface water, recharge and evapotranspiration - all the important aspects of hydrology when your project requires a fully integrated model. No other tool or combination of tools can match MIKE SHE in terms of seamless integration of all the important processes of the hydrological cycle.

MIKE SHE excels at:


MIKE SHE is a flexible modelling framework that includes a range of numerical methods for each hydrological process. It has an advanced, conceptual, model-independent user interface, with full water balance accounting for all hydrological processes. The hydrological processes and numerical methods can be combined depending on the requirements of your application and the availability of data. The numerical components have been parallelised to make efficient use of available multicore resources. Overland flow MIKE SHE includes both a simple, semidistributed overland flow method for rainfall-runoff modelling, plus a 2D, diffusive wave, finite difference method for detailed runoff and flood modelling. MIKE SHE can simulate detailed flooding based on fine-scale topography in a coarser numerical grid, as well as detailed two-way exchange with rivers. River flow Channel flow can be simulated using full, 1D hydrodynamics, including operating hydraulic structures such as gates, pumps and weirs. For large networks, a flow routing method is available that is much faster and less data intensive.

Canopy interception Net precipitation Snow melt


Unsaturated zone For detailed, vertical unsaturated flow, you can use the 1D, finite difference multilayer method based on either Richards equation or gravity flow (Enterprise version only). Alternatively, a two-layer root zone model can be used for simple water balance calculations in the unsaturated zone. Green and Ampt infiltration for dry soils is optionally available, as is bypass flow for soil macropores and subgrid variability of infiltration. Evapotranspiration Rainfall and evapotranspiration are the largest parts of the water balance. In MIKE SHE, vegetation-based actual evapotranspiration is calculated from interception, the soil, ponded water, the root zone and groundwater. Snow In cold climates, MIKE SHE converts elevation-corrected precipitation to wet and dry snow storage. Snow is converted back to surface water using an extended degree-day method, including elevation corrected temperature, radiation, and rain-on-snow.

Rain and snow

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Integrated catchment hydrology Conjunctive use and management of surface water and groundwater Irrigation and drought management Wetland management and restoration Environmental river flows Floodplain management Groundwater induced flooding Land use and climate change impacts on groundwater and surface water Nutrient fate and management Groundwater remediation


from intercepted waters from soil and water surfaces from root zone

Pumping and recharge

Infiltration Root zone Overland flow Lakes Unsaturated flow Channel flow

Groundwater flow



Groundwater For detailed groundwater-surface water interaction, MIKE SHE includes 3D, finite difference groundwater flow that discharges groundwater drainage directly to surface water (Enterprise version only). A linear reservoir groundwater method is also available for basin-wide water balance and management, as well as fully distributed rainfall-runoff modelling. Water quality (Enterprise version only) With MIKE SHE, you can simulate fully integrated solute transport between surface water and the subsurface, including decay, sorption, precipitation and selective uptake. More complex, multispecies, kinetic reactions - including all aspects of ecohydrology - can be included using ECO Lab. For source water protection and groundwater age analysis, fully dynamic, random walk, particle tracking is available in the saturated zone (Enterprise version only). Water balance Included in MIKE SHE is a comprehensive, flexible water balance utility for complete local and model-wide water balances for any time period. Further features (Enterprise version only) · Deficit-driven irrigation from multiple sources (eg rivers and groundwater) subject to control and license limits. AUTOCAL - a generalised tool for parameter estimation and sensitivity analysis that automatically utilises available multicore resources


Two MIKE SHE configurations are available: MIKE SHE Studio


DHI has 30 years of experience in integrated hydrological modelling more than any other organisation in the world. It is this experience that is embedded in MIKE SHE and available to you in DHI's superior technical support and training. If you need to accurately partition rainfall into runoff, evapotranspiration and groundwater recharge, then MIKE SHE is the fastest, most defendable way to produce accurate integrated models. With MIKE SHE you can tailor the complexity of your model and truly explore the impact of the hydrological cycle in your project.

(Identical with MIKE 11 Studio)

The ideal tool for distributed rainfallrunoff modelling or basin-wide water balance and water management studies. MIKE SHE Studio is also a powerful 1D-2D surface water tool for flood modelling when evapotranspiration, infiltration and groundwater are relevant. The MIKE 11 modules included in MIKE SHE Studio are: HD250, SO, DB. MIKE SHE Enterprise The ideal tool for advanced fully integrated groundwater and surface water modelling, including water quality. It includes all of the functionality of MIKE SHE Studio, plus the additional features noted to the left. The MIKE 11 modules included in MIKE SHE Enterprise are: HD250, SO, DB and AD.


MIKE SHE Studio MIKE SHE Enterprise

University discounts available Multicopy discounts available

9,500 16,000


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MIKE BASIN river basin planning




Design model layouts exactly as you require using embedded GIS features and functionalities. Create a unique overview of the spatial and temporal data in the river basin. Develop inspiring workshops for learning, trouble shooting or consensus building discussions with live scenario modelling. Create the maps, graphs and tables exactly as you need for public presentations.

MIKE BASIN includes tools and procedures MIKE BASIN is a multipurpose, for: GIS-based decision support tool for integrated river basin analysis, · Multidisciplinary temporal data analysis and processing planning and management.

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MIKE BASIN is designed for analysing water sharing issues at international and national or local river basin level. A comprehensive, yet simple, toolbox for all who are solving problems at project and basin scales. A learning tool for investigating options and take reliable decisions.

Typical applications of MIKE BASIN include:

Numerous water allocation and sharing algorithms

Advanced reservoir operation options Detailed hydropower simulation River routing options Irrigation water demand and crop yield estimation Hydrological modelling Broad-scale water quality modelling Pollutant load estimation (point sources and diffuse sources) Open-ended programming wizards Result presentation wizards


Provide multisector solution alternatives to water allocation and water shortage problems Improve and/or optimise reservoir and hydropower operations Explore conjunctive use of groundwater and surface water Evaluate and improve irrigation scheme performance Evaluate nonpoint and point nutrient pollution loadings Establish and compare cost-effective measures for water quality compliance Storage, management and visualisation of temporal data in a spatial context

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University discounts available Multicopy discounts available

6,000 3.000 8,500

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MIKE 21C river hydraulics and morphology


MIKE 21C is one of the most well established tools for simulating the development in the river bed and channel plan form caused by changes in the hydraulic regime. Simulated processes include bank erosion, scouring and shoaling brought about by activities such as construction and dredging, seasonal fluctuations in flow, and more. MIKE 21C is based on a version of the two-dimensional surface water flow model, MIKE 21, and is specially tailored towards river morphology applications.

Typical applications of MIKE 21C include:


MIKE 21C features include:


MIKE 21C is a specialised tool for the serious river morphology modeller. It is, in a sense, DHI's collective knowledge packaged and made available to river engineers all over the world.

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Hydraulic structures formulation Helical flow model of the 3D secondary currents, including time and phase lag Advection-dispersion model, fully dynamic or quasi-steady Sediment transport equations for sand and gravel with separate descriptions of bed load and suspended load (bed slope, helical flow, vertical velocity and concentration profiles, including space and time lag, are accounted for) Cohesive sediment model for silt and clay Graded sediment model that combines a range of sediment particle sizes Multilayer river bed description Alluvial resistance model Bed scour and deposition model with feedback

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University discounts available Multicopy discounts available

4,900 20,400 12,600

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Design protection schemes against bank erosion Evaluate measures to reduce or manage shoaling Analyse alignments and dimensions of navigation channels for minimising capital and maintenance dredging Predict sedimentation of water intakes, outlets, locks, harbours and reservoirs Forecast the impact of bridge, tunnel and pipeline crossings on river channel hydraulics and morphology Optimise restoration plans for habitat environment in channel floodplain systems Design monitoring networks based on morphological forecasting

Easy transition/interpolation from MIKE 11 cross-section data to MIKE 21C grid and bathymetry

The above prices are for single-user licence Network licences available All Prices are exclusive of VAT and other taxes and duties






MIKE COURSES around the globe

Every year thousands of current and future users attend our MIKE training courses worldwide. Our trainees represent governmental agencies, regional and local water bodies, research institutions and universities, professional bodies and engineering companies, urban water utilities, coastal and harbour authorities.

The following training schemes are offered:

We believe that the best way to ensure the success of our products is to ensure the success of our clients. One of the ways that we do this is through our training courses, which cover rivers and catchments, industry, cities, sea and coast, and flooding.

Want to joint a public enrolment course? Every year we schedule a large number of public enrolment courses worldwide.

Consult our website:

Here you will find the `Global Course Calendar', which will tell you when the next course is planned - in your region, in your language and in company with fellow modellers! You will also find a complete listing of our course topics.


Standard courses Standard courses are modular and allow you to build your expertise so as to match the requirements of your job. Likewise, they assist managers in building and updating teams' modelling skills and productivity in a quick and cost-effective way Tailored courses Customised courses are designed according to your specific needs. They are typically based upon your own data and range from short courses in selected topics to longer, specialised training packages


Time and place Our standard and tailored courses can take place at your premises or at your closest DHI office. Our trainers are certified and highly experienced practitioners, who know how to use the MIKE by DHI software in real projects. They will advise you on which training scheme to adopt to meet your specific needs and preferences.

Our North American office is approved as an authorized IACET provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), 1760 Old Meadow Road, Suite 500, McLean, VA 22102.

For any questions and further information, you are also welcome to contact our International Course Secretariat: [email protected]


Photos: Polfoto, Ole Søndergaard, Peter Bonde Christensen, iStockphoto and DHI


MIKE 21 & MIKE 3 Flow Models Introduction to hydrodynamic modelling

An introduction to the fundamentals of flow modelling using models in 2D and 3D. The basic concepts in hydraulic modelling are introduced, and processes and factors that are decisive for when to apply a 3D approach are discussed. Introduction to the basics of transport modelling. Processes and factors that are important in determining which transport model to use and selection between 2D and 3D modelling are discussed. The course covers introductions to the Transport model (TR), the Sand Transport model (ST), the Mud Transport model (MT) and the Particle Tracking model (PT). An introduction to wave modelling using the MIKE Spectral Wave model. The course will help participants to predict and analyse wave climates in offshore and coastal areas.

Selection of flow model Setting up simple hydrodynamic models Defining and managing boundary conditions Calibration and validation procedures Presentation and interpretation of results

MIKE 21 & MIKE 3 Transport Models Introduction to transport modelling

Overview of transport models How to select transport model Setting up wave and flow conditions Specifying sediments and calculating sediment transport Interpretation of results

MIKE 21 Wave modelling

Application of MIKE 21 SW How to set up models based on flexible mesh (unstructured


Decision of spectral formulation Calibration techniques and model validation Interpretation of results

Fundamentals of ecological modelling Basic equations of the ECO Lab templates Guidelines to ecological model development How to set up the ECO Lab model Calibration and validation procedures Interpretation of results Basic concepts of 1D modelling River model applications Data requirements Setting up a model (the MIKE 11 GUI) Result presentation and analysis Introduction to 1D and 2D flood modelling components Flood model applications Introduction to coupling options Floodplain modelling and mapping Results viewing and presentation Catchment modelling Coupled groundwater-surface water Overview of theoretical background and practical advice Model setup, data requirements and calibration Discussion and analysis of real case studies Introduction to FEFLOW Setup of 2D and 3D flow models Postprocessing and calibration Contaminant transport simulation Specific topics such as heat transport simulation, modelling density-dependent or unsaturated flow, etc The MIKE BASIN modelling framework in GIS How to create models on river basin and project scales Presentation of small scale case studies Time series analysis and management Result presentation and analysis Project setup including units, coordinate system, etc Data organisation, import/export of external data Numerical and graphical editing and quality control Dynamic simulation of rainfall/runoff and pipe flow Result presentation

ECO Lab Water quality and ecological modelling

How to develop an ecological model and integrate this to 1D, 2D or 3D flow models. Application examples using predefined ecosystem descriptions (DHI supported ECO Lab templates) of water quality, eutrophication and heavy metals are examined. An introduction course to 1D river modelling. The key focus is to obtain knowledge of the basic features of MIKE 11 to enable you to set up and run simple river models with MIKE 11 and evaluate their results.

Introduction on how to model integrated river and flood plain dynamics using MIKE FLOOD. Focus is on defining efficient coupled 1D and 2D models with emphasis on data requirements, optimal model schematisation and model stability.

MIKE 11 Introduction to river and channel modelling

MIKE FLOOD River flood modelling

MIKE SHE Integrated catchment modelling

The theoretical and practical aspects of integrated hydrological modelling, including evapotranspiration, overland flow, channel flow, unsaturated subsurface flow and saturated groundwater flow. An introduction course to 2D and 3D flow and transport simulation in the underground.

FEFLOW Groundwater modelling

MIKE BASIN River basin modelling

This MIKE BASIN overview course aims at familiarising the participants with the MIKE BASIN concept and illustrates how MIKE BASIN can be used for various types of water resources investigations as well as for broad-scale water quality assessments.

MIKE URBAN CS Modelling of storm water and wastewater collection systems

An introduction to hydraulic modelling of wastewater and storm water networks. How to set up and run MIKE URBAN CS and turn model outputs into professional presentation material. An introduction to modelling of hydraulics and water quality in water distribution systems. How to set up and run MIKE URBAN WD and turn model outputs into professional presentation material.

MIKE URBAN WD Modelling of urban water distribution networks

Project setup including units, coordinate system, etc Data organisation, import/export of external data Numerical and graphical editing and quality control Simulation of hydraulics and water quality - steady state and dynamic simulation of a selected period Result presentation

MIKE FLOOD Urban flood modelling

Introduction on how to develop a 2D overland flow model by coupling of the 1D urban drainage model (MIKE URBAN) and 2D overland flow model (MIKE 21) to simulate the fully integrated flow dynamics between sewage/storm water systems and surface areas.

Introduction to urban flooding Building urban bathymetries including roads and


Input data quality assurance Coupling MIKE URBAN CS and MIKE 21 Result presentation

Complete listing of course topics:


Europe, Middle East and Africa

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GERMANY - Berlin DHI-WASY GmbH Waltersdorfer Strasse 105 D-12526 Berlin, Germany Tel: +49 (0) 30 67 99 98 0 [email protected]

GERMANY - Syke DHI-WASY GmbH Max-Planck-Str. 6 D-28857 Syke, Germany Tel: +49 (0) 4242 1638-0 [email protected]

GREECE DHI Representation 114 Theras Argiroupoli Athens 16451, Greece Tel: +30 210 9930 814 [email protected]

ITALY DHI Italia Via Pomba 23 I-10123 Torino, Italy Tel: +39 011 56 24 649 [email protected]

NORWAY DHI AS Abels gate 5 N-7030 Trondheim, Norway Tel: +47 7354 0369 [email protected]

POLAND DHI Polska Sp. z o.o. ul. Dubois 9 PL-00182 Warszawa, Poland Tel: +48 22 635 9332 [email protected]

ROMANIA DHI-SW Project s.r.l. Str. Hagiului, Nr 18, Sector 3 RO-030642 Bucharest, Romania Mobile: +407 280 38 807 [email protected]

SLOVAK REPUBLIC DHI Slovakia s.r.o. Hattalova 12 831 03 Bratislava 3, Slovakia Tel: +421 2 4444 2760 [email protected]

SPAIN DHI Water & Environment España, S.L. C/Ventura Rodriguez, 8, 1 dcha. E-28008 Madrid, Spain Tel: +34 91 323 5020 [email protected]

SWEDEN DHI Sverige AB Kyrkogatan 3 S-222 22 Lund, Sweden Tel: +46 46 16 56 84 [email protected]

UK DHI Representation Dudgeley Mill, Church Stretton Shropshire SY6 7JL, United Kingdom Phone: +44 1694 722795 [email protected]

TURKEY DHI Representation Bagcilar 271 sokak No 12/5 Cancaya Ankara 06420, Turkey Tel: +90 533 375 7158 [email protected]

MIDDLE EAST DHI Middle East Dubai Silicon Oasis Building B-308 PO Box 341025 Dubai, United Arab Emirates Tel: +971 4 501 5611 [email protected]

SOUTH AFRICA DHI SADC Hammets Crossing Office Park Unit 811, 2 Selbourne Road, Johannesburg, South Africa Tel: +27 11 704 7877 [email protected]


BRAZIL DHI Brasil Ltda. Caixa Postal 1741 Curitiba, PR 80011-970, Brazil Tel: +55 41 36 75 90 40 [email protected] CANADA DHI Water & Environment 150 Main Street - Ste 303 Cambridge, ON N1R 6P9 Canada Tel: +1 519 650 4545 [email protected]

USA - Northwest DHI Water & Environment 319 SW Washington St, Suite 614 Portland, OR 97204, USA Tel: +1 503 827 5900 [email protected]

USA - Southeast DHI Water & Environment 100 Second Avenue South, Suite 302 North St. Petersburg, FL 33701 Tel: +1 813 831 4700 [email protected]

USA - Software Sales & Support DHI Water & Environment PO Box 1029 Morrisville PA 19067-1029 Tel Support: +1 888 344 9232 Tel sales: +1 888 344 9233 [email protected]


AUSTRALIA DHI Water & Environment Pty Ltd Suite1801/Level 8. Southport Central Bldg 56 Scarborough St Southport QLD 4215, Australia PO Box 3596 Australia Fair QLD 4215 Tel: 1300 655592 (within Australia) Tel: +61 7 5564 0916 (outside Australia) [email protected] CHINA DHI China 5th Fl, 303 Xiao Muqiao Road Shanghai 200032, China Tel: +86 21 6417 8810 [email protected] INDIA DHI (India) Water & Environment Pvt Ltd 3rd fl, NSIC - STP Complex NSIC Bhawan Okhla Industrial Estate New Delhi 11 00 20, India Tel: +91 11 4703 4500 [email protected]

JAPAN DHI (Japan) Water & Environment Urban Building 6F Kanagawa-ku Nishikanagawa 1-13-12 Yokahama City, Kanagawa-ken 221-0822 Japan Tel: +81 45 317 4105 [email protected]

MALAYSIA DHI Water & Environment (M) S/B 11th Floor, Wisma Perindustrian Jalan Istiadat, Likas 88400 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia Tel: + 60 88 260 780 [email protected]

NEW ZEALAND DHI Water & Environment Ltd P.O. Box 300-705, Albany 0752 109 E Centre, Oaklands Rd Albany, Auckland, New Zealand Tel: +64 9 912 9638 [email protected]

Head office DHI Agern Allé 5 DK-2970 Hørsholm Denmark Tel: +45 4516 9200 Fax: +45 4516 9292 [email protected]

SINGAPORE DHI Water & Environment (S) Pte Ltd 200 Pandan Loop #08-03 Pantech 21 Singapore 128388 Tel: +65 6777 6330 [email protected]

THAILAND DHI Representation P.O. Box 4. Klong Luang 12120 Pathumthani Thailand Tel: +66 2 524 5564 [email protected]

VIETNAM DHI Water & Environment 28 Ham Tu - District 5 Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam Tel: +84 8 392 44 285 Mobile: +84 91 88 38 580 [email protected]



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