MIKE URBAN+ is succeeding MIKE URBAN as the new generation of modelling software for urban applications. It takes your urban water modelling to the next level with enhanced capabilities in a high-performance user interface and faster simulation environment.
The result? Resilient and sustainable solutions for city planners, water utilities and security of your future investments in water infrastructures.
Get a more accurate prediction in your non-hydrostatic 3D modelling
A new extension for MIKE 3 Flow Model FM offers an option for solving the Navier-Stokes equations (non-hydrostatic) instead of the shallow water equations (hydrostatic). It brings MIKE 3 Flow Model FM a step closer to the CFD domain, while retaining the fast and user-friendly modelling experience.
Determine and evaluate bollard pulling forces in MIKE 21 MA
A new extension enables you determine and evaluate loads on bollard and dolphins against selectable criteria such as force angles, horizontal, vertical and total thresholds. The improved user interface allows you to move and toggle the deck plane, so that the ship hull shape can be visualised with iso-lines at different heights.
Include long hydraulic structures like culverts or pipes in the model mesh for MIKE 21 and MIKE 3 FM
You can now include culverts or pipes with a physical length larger than the size of one mesh element in your model mesh. The long culvert allows users to define the start and end locations of the culvert structure and thereby calculate a transfer of water between these locations calculated from a structure equation.
New MShePy module for python scripting and plugins in MIKE SHE
MShePy allows you to interact with the MIKE SHE water movement engine during runtime. Most importantly, you can implement water transfers that are not possible with a standard setup, but required for your current project.
New option for defining free flows at outflow boundaries in MIKE 21, MIKE 3 and MIKE FLOOD
Model domains with no measured or otherwise well-defined boundary conditions at outflow points can now be assigned as free outflow boundaries.
The model will continuously calculate the hydraulic conditions along the boundary during simulations. This feature will greatly benefit flood modellers in particular.
New continuous colour interpolation for all MIKE Zero result viewers
Visualise your 2D MIKE results with a new continuous colour interpolation scheme. Now available for MIKE Zero Data Viewer, MIKE Zero Data Manager, MIKE Zero Result Viewer, MIKE Zero Plot composer.
Calculate industry-standard pH in 3D seawater/freshwater systems in MIKE ECO Lab
You can now conduct industry-standard pH calculations in 1D, 2D & 3D water environments as part of your water quality modelling with MIKE ECO Lab.
We now offer a full suite of built-in MIKE ECO Lab functions to calculate pH and link it to biological processes such as primary production.