Subscription package for: Flooding

All the applications you need for basic integrated 1D/2D flood modelling and risk assessment – in one package.

This subscription includes various modules from MIKE+ and MIKE HYDRO River that will allow you to model virtually any flood problem – whether it involves rivers, floodplains, flooding in the streets, drainage networks, coastal areas, levee and dike breaches, or any combination of these.

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What’s in the package?

1 user* 2 users* more users**
The core of MIKE+ user interface
The Model Manager is the core of the MIKE+ user interface. The wealth of features enable you to efficiently go through all phases of preparing the model input data as well as analyse and present results from the simulation engines. The Model Manager provides:
  • Network data management for storm water collection systems, wastewater collection systems, water distribution systems, rivers and 2D flooding
  • Feature-rich GIS functionality powered by Esri’s ArcGIS, effective time series data management, comprehensive data processing and manipulation tools as well as powerful data visualisation capabilities for all data entities
  • Result interpretation and presentation within MIKE+ Result Viewer, but also for an unlimited number of users with our freeware MIKE VIEW
Surface water hydrodynamics including distributed rainfall/infiltration

  • The Flexible Mesh (FM) solver offers maximum flexibility for detailed and tailored meshes. Its advanced handling of buildings, roads and rainfall is perfectly suited for urban flooding studies.
  • By directly using your geographical land cover data, you can easily represent the spatial variability of the roughness in your domain. The depth varying roughness feature accurately represents the impact of different land covers along the simulation.
  • Structures like weirs, dikes, culverts and operational structures can be directly implemented in the 2D engines
  • Parallelisation enables 2D model performance enhancements through use of multiple cores and GPU-cards
Simulate unsteady flow in pipe or channel networks, as well as in the natural river

This module includes US-EPA SWMM5 engine for modelling stormwater and wastewater systems from primarily urban areas. Simulates unsteady flow in pipe and channel networks including:

  • Junctions, outfalls, dividers and storage units. Links, pumps, orifices, weirs, outlets, transects and regulators
  • Subcritical and supercritical flow conditions in partially full, full and pressurised pipes and open channels
  • Catchment rainfall routing and infiltration with option of modelling the effects from I/I, LIDS, snow pack and groundwater

MIKE1D Pipeflow
This module simulates unsteady flow in pipe and channel networks, including:

  • Circular manholes, junctions, retention basins, soakaways. Standard and flexible cross-sections, weirs, orifices, pumps, valves, flow regulators and storm water inlets.
  • Simulation of partially full, full and pressurised pipes and open channels
  • Continuous simulations involving RDI and long-term statistics
  • Optimisation of network capacity
  • Wet weather management to reduce CSO
  • Design and optimisation of real-time controls
  • Sustainable stormwater management

Connections can be made seamlessly between collection systems and river networks.

MIKE1D Rivers
This module simulates the flow in the natural river. It supports weirs and culverts and is typically used with the Rainfall Runoff module to represent hydrological inflows from the catchment. Connections can be made seamlessly between pipe network and river.

Rainfall-runoff, advanced control structures and pollutant transport modelling

Rainfall Runoff
This module includes multiple rainfall-runoff models such as time area method, kinematic wave, linear reservoir and UHM. Also, an RDI module for the generation of continuous inflow typically applied for simulating slow response inflows, such as infiltration.

This module features advanced real-time control capabilities. It makes the definition of complex operational logic for regulators.

Transport (AD)
This module includes pollution transport by advection and dispersion including fine sediments as well as sediment transport of coarse sediments.

For modelling rivers and open channels

This is a powerful, parallelised 1D hydrodynamic engine for rivers and open channels. It is unsurpassed in flexibility, robustness and features. Key features include:

  • Fully dynamic solution to the 1D St. Venant equations
  • Hydraulic routing options for simplified channel routing
  • Automatic adaptation to subcritical and supercritical flow
  • Comprehensive hydraulic structures library
  • Extremely flexible control module for operational gates, pumps and turbines
MIKE Animator Plus, MIKE 11 Hydrodynamics (HD) and Rainfall-Runoff (RR), AUTOCAL, Extreme Value Analysis (EVA) and MIKE+ ECO Lab
  • MIKE Animator Plus: Turns model results into amazing 3D video presentations
  • MIKE 11 Hydrodynamics (HD) and MIKE 11 Rainfall-Runoff (RR): DHI's original 1D river modelling modules for hydrodynamics and rainfall-runoff, utilising single core processing power. Provides access to the MIKE 11 engine which has been updated and replaced by the MIKE 1D engine.
  • AUTOCAL: A general tool for parameter estimation and sensitivity analysis that automatically utilises available multicore resources
  • Extreme Value Analysis (EVA): The EVA toolbox in MIKE Zero comprises a comprehensive suite of routines for performing extreme value analysis
  • MIKE+ ECO Lab: This module allows modelling of all kinds of water quality aspects, the fate of dissolved substances, or biological relations on population or individual level in sanitary systems and combined systems. MIKE+ ECO Lab includes templates for modelling of biological processes (including BOD, DO and E.Coli) and Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S).
Cloud application that streamlines your mesh creation process
  • Smart control of mesh operations, including full flexibility to control variable mesh density
  • A multi-user workspace to support users working in parallel to modify, document and review the mesh
  • A mesh generation process centred on mesh quality driven by interactive feedback
  • Mesh scenarios tied back to the original data and embedded in a project framework
  • Significant time savings in terms of data management and mesh generation allowing you to respond quickly to changing project needs

Concurrent simulations





Price per user per month for an annual subscription


Price per user per month for an annual subscription

On request

* A single (1) Concurrent User Subscription will permit one user of MIKE Zero and one user of MIKE+ ArcGIS Model Manager at any time. There is no limit to the number of named users you may specify.

** Prices for up to 20 concurrent users available. Does not include VAT/GST and other taxes. For exact prices in your local currency, contact your local DHI office.

~ All 6- and 12-month subscriptions come with a free Company Subscription of MIKE Cloud with one user of Mesh Builder and 1 TB of Cloud storage.

Need more than a subscription package?

If you’re looking for a specific combination of modules, our Perpetual Licenses (Professional and University) are available for you.

At the local and global levels we offer an umbrella of activities to support our users in the understanding and application of our software and technologies: training courses, webinars, chats, user group meetings, expert seminars and round-tables.

Questions / Answers

A: Absolutely! The new subscription packages replace short term module rentals, so if you need a MIKE Desktop product for only a short time, subscription is the way to go. Get in touch with one of our representatives via the form below to find a package that best suits your needs.
A: The minimum period of subscription for API packages is 12 months. All other packages are also available for 12 months, except the 1 Concurrent User variants which are also available as a monthly subscription, with a 2-month minimum period. The monthly subscription is a great way to try out the MIKE applications before deciding to commit for longer.
A: Yes, the monthly subscription cost is 20% more than the equivalent monthly rate of an annual subscription. A monthly subscription can be upgraded to an annual subscription at any time (to take advantage of the cheaper monthly rate) by purchasing a new 12-month subscription that commences on the same date the monthly subscription expires. 
A: A monthly subscription is initially invoiced at the start of the contract for the full 2-month minimum period, after which invoices will be issued monthly. An annual subscription is initially invoiced for the full 1-year period in advance.
A: Subscriptions will be invoiced automatically 2 weeks prior to the end of the subscription period, unless DHI receives a written request for termination.
A: Yes, all subscriptions come with DHI’s renowned software support for the period of the subscription.
A: The 2 Concurrent User subscription (and 5, 10 & 25 concurrent users) will unlock unlimited simulations for all the engines included in the subscription (enabling the use of cloud computing resources). This option adds significant value and is a game changer to your project or study delivery deadlines.  
A: Unless specifically referenced (i.e. marine subscriptions which have a choice of one or two add-on modules), adding modules to a subscription is not permitted. Extended functionality can be achieved by combining two or more subscription packages (for example: Flooding + Hydrology & Hydraulics to get advanced structure operations in rivers). We know that not all integrated simulation scenarios are covered by the subscription packages, so if you need a very specific combination of modules, contact your local DHI Office for perpetual license pricing.
A: No, a 1 Concurrent User subscription of the Flooding package allows 1 user of the MIKE Zero GUI (for building 2D Overland and 1D River models) and 1 user of the MIKE URBAN+ ArcGIS GUI, at the same time. That’s great value and really flexible. Same applies for the Groundwater subscription package (1 user of FEFLOW and 1 user of MIKE Zero, at the same time).
A: Some modules have pre-requisite requirements (like process modules requiring HD), so where there is only one choice (Ports & Maritime, Coastal Engineering and Environmental Engineering), available choices are reduced. But remember, when you choose a MIKE 3 module, the corresponding MIKE 21 module comes with it.
A: Bonus modules are modules that DHI no longer sells as perpetual licenses. The only way to access these modules now is via subscription and as part of valid SMA (annual maintenance) of other Professional (perpetual) licenses.
A: No, chart data can be purchased as an add-on to Marine subscriptions that include MIKE C-MAP. Contact your local DHI Office if you want to know more about MIKE C-MAP and/or C-Map chart data.
A: No, perpetual licenses and subscriptions that are both hosted on your companies Internet License Server cannot be combined. Contact your local DHI Office to find out more about DHI’s Internet License Server (powered by Microsoft Azure).
A: Default delivery of a subscription license is DHI’s Internet License Server. API Packages (MIKE1D and DHI EPANET) can be issued as a network license (with dongle), at additional cost (400€ per dongle). Contact your local DHI Office to get a quote in local currency.

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