Hotfixes 2024

Below is a list of hotfixes available for MIKE 2024 products.

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Hotfixes for MIKE 2024

MIKE+ hotfix 27-02-2024

This hotfix corrects two errors in long-term simulation (LTS). The first is an error in the reporting of extreme value statistics for node water levels. The second is error occurring when running LTS with a setup that includes rivers. 

MIKE+ hotfix 21-02-2024

This hotfix fixes a bug that prevented using a debugger when developing a MIKE 1D script.

MIKE+ hotfix 15-02-2024

This hotfix provides correction for TCV (throttle control valve) modeling and float valves. In some cases, incorrect evaluation of TCV valves was causing longer simulation times and multiple hydraulic engine warnings about system unbalanced conditions.

MIKE HYDRO Basin hotfix 29-01-2024

This hotfix solves an unexpected error in MIKE HYDRO Basin preventing from creating a catchment connection on the map.

MIKE Zero hotfix 20-12-2023

This hotfix solves an issue with fraction summation that could occur when using many fractions in MIKE ST.

MIKE+ hotfix 07-12-2023

This hotfix corrects errors in res1d result reading when using filters.

MIKE 21 hotfix 05-12-2023

This hotfix for MIKE 21 MA corrects an issue when a DynaMoor line exceeds its range of allowed force and solves an issue where the simulation stops when the DynaMoor line goes slack. Furthermore, this hotfix corrects an issue where the range of displacement for a DynaMoor profile was reset to default when a setup was closed and reopened. Finally, this hotfix also corrects an issue with incorrect output of port fairlead forces when no lines are attached to the port fairlead.

MIKE Zero hotfix 28-11-2023

This MIKE FM hotfix corrects multiple errors. 
- An error has been corrected when using dredger: the Weight format specified as “from file” did not work. 
- Two errors using OpenMP parallelization in the Mud transport module have been corrected. One is related to use of a sand fraction specified as “Near bedload and suspended load” in a 3D simulation and the other is related to the used of wave forcing specified as “Wave database”.