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Still using MIKE 11, MIKE HYDRO River or MIKE FLOOD for your modelling work? Now’s the perfect time to upgrade to MIKE+ – free with a valid Service and Maintenance Agreement (SMA). Enjoy a significantly improved user experience, thanks to all the great tools and workflows. Plus, having access to all 1D, 2D and couplings data in one place makes model building and maintenance so much easier.
Rely on the universal MIKE+ Model Manager application for model management, configuration and results presentation.
The result viewing experience is tremendously improved when compared with MIKE11 and MIKE HYDRO River.
Move beyond traditional modelling. Integrate with an ArcGIS database, run models in the cloud and more!
Look forward to a myriad of planned improvements / future capabilities in MIKE+ 2023 which will grow over time.
Avoid the frustrations of flat text files with the robust, multi-user compatible configuration of MIKE+.
*Please note: MIKE+ can be purchased as a standalone product, or as part of a MIKE+ ArcGIS version which also provides an ArcGIS license.
We’re rapidly developing the river modelling functionality inside MIKE+, but it’s not quite as comprehensive as MIKE HYDRO River yet. Here are the updates you’ll get with MIKE 2023:
‘MIKE+ Rivers – Migrating to DHI’s new integrated modelling software’
‘Migration to MIKE+ Overland’
For simple result viewing*: No license is required
To configure your model: A MIKE+ Model Manager license is required:
To access additional engines: No additional engine license is required. MIKE 1D (and its cross domain modules) are shared across MIKE software (e.g. your rainfall runoff license can be used in MIKE HYDRO River and MIKE+). The same is true for the MIKE 21 FM engine.
* Equivalent to MIKE View and Result Viewer
** If additional modules are later purchased, Model Manager license needs to be paid
Step 1: Upgrade to MIKE 2023
Install the latest version of MIKE Zero and MIKE+
If you import a MIKE 21 Rectangular Grid model, it will be converted to a MIKE 21 FM one since MIKE+ does not support the MIKE 21 Classic engine.
* New xns11 file is saved in the MIKE+ folder with the new river names
** paths to dfs0files are kept unchanged, i.e. MIKE+ will read the time series in their original location/folder
Step 8: External coupling
If you have issues importing your MIKE HYDRO River model (e.g. missing features in MIKE+), you can couple it ‘as is’ in MIKE+. This option will be disabled with MIKE 2025 (see below)
If you need to use MIKE 21 FM modules and parameters that are not supported (i.e. not part of Inland Flooding), you should not import the 2D model ine MIKE+ and instead couple MIKE+ to an external MIKE 21/3 model.