All-in-one groundwater modelling solution
Groundwater projects are becoming more and more demanding - requiring modelling software with more sophisticated capabilities than ever before. FEFLOW provides best-in-class technology
for groundwater flow, contaminant, groundwater age and heat transport simulations. With its efficient user interface
and its yet unmatched range of functionality and flexibility,
FEFLOW has become a standard in premium groundwater modelling
over the last 35 years.
- If your project requires accurate representation of the geology through flexible mesh modelling - even with time varying geometries - 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.
- The very active FEFLOW user community shares application experience via the MIKE User Forum and other online groups. Use these platforms - even if you are not a FEFLOW user yet.
- Regular user group meetings and FEFLOW conferences provide good opportunities
for physical community gatherings.
- The FEFLOW package features FePEST, a graphical user interface for using PEST by John Doherty with your FEFLOW models. The convenient graphical interface of FePEST guides you through all steps of parameter estimation and uncertainty analysis. For increased efficiency, these tasks can be executed in parallel on multiple computers - with just one single corporate licence.
- 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.
FEFLOW is applicable for a multitude of groundwater, porous media and heat transport projects - from local to regional scale.
FEFLOW is the ideal software for:
- regional groundwater management
- groundwater management in construction and tunnelling
- capture zone and risk assessment via groundwater-age calculation
- mine water management
- simulation of open-pit progress
- saltwater intrusion
- seepage through dams and levees
- land use and climate change scenarios
- groundwater remediation and natural attenuation
- geothermal energy (deep and near surface, both open-loop and closed-loop systems)
- groundwater-surface water interaction
- simulation of industrial porous media