Gain powerful insight from hydrologic and hydraulic models to assess the potential impact of coastal flooding on the built and natural environment to help design appropriate flood defences.
The modular structure of MIKE Powered by DHI software offers the most advanced functionality with maximum flexibility as you can pick and choose which combination of modules are best suited for the nature of your work and intended outcome. Alternatively, select from one of our pre-bundled software subscriptions.
MIKE Preprocessing & Postprocessing (PP) and MIKE 21 Hydrodynamics (HD) are the foundational tools for performing all coastal flood modelling work.
Transform raw data into an understandable format
2D modelling of hydrodynamic processes
Choose from a curated selection of supplemental modules with specialised features and configurations that allow you to address any coastal flooding challenge.
Analyse and predict wind generated waves
Simulate wave breaking, wave run-up and overtopping
Assess changes to shoreline morphology
Predict the fate of sand due to currents
Predict long-term coastal evolution
Simulate mud transport, settling and deposition
These modules are also compatible with MIKE 21 and can help address water quality, saltwater intrusion, contaminated water overflows, infiltration, and fluvial flooding concerns.
Simulate distributed rainfall and infiltration in urban areas
Model the impact of flooding on urban infrastructure
Perform wet weather management tasks
Model the impact of flooding on a river network
Perform water quality and ecological studies
Calculate flood damage costs and risks