For 25 years, MIKE Powered by DHI’s software products have been used in water environments all over the world. Thousands of professionals choose MIKE software to solve tough and complex challenges in areas such as oceans and coastlines, rivers and reservoirs, ecology, groundwater, water distribution, wastewater and many more.
Our data management, decision support and operational forecasting software suite traverses all our areas of applications, complementing existing MIKE technologies in the work we do for you.
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Reduce environmental impact and make mining practices more sustainable
Enhance your mine water management strategy with groundwater flow modelling Garner the power of FEFLOW’s trademark capability of accurately simulating groundwater flow at heterogenous porous media, typically found at mine sites. By modelling unsaturated-flow conditions, you can properly represent saturation and infiltration processes in open pits or underground mines. Perform cost analyses by using FEFLOW to accurately estimate depressurization strategies.
Manage brine water (Lithium and Potash) Whether Lithium is extracted from evaporation ponds or geothermal water, feel confident every required detail is covered. For example, you can create what-if scenarios to better understand the hydrogeological system to help plan brine-water management and optimize the location of abstraction wells.
Devise a mineral processing storage plan by simulating Tailing Storage Facilities (TSF) Mitigate the potential environmental risk of mineral residue by validating storage facility and dam design in FEFLOW. Assess the hydraulic performance of a tailings storage facility and predict the fate of contaminants from TSF with FEFLOW’s built in transport engines.
Ensure the safety and operability of dams, tunnels and construction sites
Optimise geothermal installations
Optimise the use water supply and reduce contamination risks
The Berlin-Brandenburg region discovers new ways to adapt to climate change impacts – See how groundwater and surface water modelling was used to visualise the future impacts on groundwater levels and quantify the deficits in water availability. Tell me more
China restores water to the Hongshui river basin – Read more on their success in developing a model-based integrated water resources management system to more sustainably manage water resources. Tell me more
Chennai mitigates seawater intrusion through managed aquifer recharge – Find out more on this application of coupled surface and groundwater modelling in a coastal aquifer.Tell me more
The town of Schönebeck, Germany improves flooding and water quality issues – See how detailed analyses helped them determine that dewatering wells are the best solution to regulate groundwater levels and mitigate these issues.Tell me more
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Have confidence in your work knowing that all parts of the FEFLOW simulation engine have passed extensive benchmark testing against analytical solutions, physical laboratory test results and results from other well-known simulation systems. Plus, you’ll also be supported with extensive, transparent documentation on FEFLOW‘s physical basis and internally used methods.