Learn how to use Cloud Execution for executing numerical models
Learn how to avoid this by reconnecting your license.
Explore two options for creating a time series file with a specific format.
Learn about FEFLOW 8.0 introducing a variety of new features, including tools for 3D Supermesh points, polylines, bounding boxes, planes. Release 2023.1
See step-by-step how to calculate the drawdown in time.
See how to avoid this issue typically encountered by users from non-English speaking countries.
See what you need to do to repair the surfaces within your geological software.
Discover two solutions for this error which indicates that some of the polygons are located within another polygon (like an enclave).
Learn why you may be seeing a "Reference Distribution OpenLoop not found. Heat transport loop ignored" error.
Check out this step-by-step guide for creating Discrete Features.
View the history of versions, starting from FEFLOW 7.0, and main developments in a chronological order.
Learn how to add a serial number to your FEFLOW License to complete this task.
Learn how to import a large dataset in shapefile format, get a step-by-step overview of the workflow, pick up useful tips and tricks. Release 2023.1
Learn how to set up a Python script to run multiple simulations in parallel.
Discover a workflow for linking the information available behind a MIKE SHE DFS2 file to any FEFLOW parameter.
Check out this step-by-step guide plus link to more information on the Bathymetry Editor.
Read all about the conceptual differences when defining control structures in MIKE 11 vs. MIKE+ Rivers or MIKE HYDRO River.
Read more on how to accomplish this by creating a text file with the extension *.bat.
Discover how to overrule mesh bathymetry values using the Depth Correction functionality.
See how to enable the output in the List and specify the output file on the Output tab.
See how to access these tools from the MIKE Zero shell toolbar.
Gain insight into the modelling of a so-called white noise spectrum.
Learn how to decipher the various symbol labels.
Learn about all the different ways to create a dfs2 file.
Read all about the utilisation of GPU cards for Flexible Mesh models.
Learn how to parellise a hydrodynamic model, flooding and drying and more!
See how to execute batch jobs by creating a text file with extension *.bat.
Learn how to achieve this using the Flood Modelling Toolbox.
Read more about potential cell number discrepancies across these applications.
Learn how to plot data from dfs1 files in the Result Viewer.
Learn how to accomplish this using either the Plot Composer or Result Viewer.
Learn how to plot data from dfs1 files into the Result Viewer.
Discover how to do this using the command ToolboxShell.exe included with your MIKE installation.
Learn why this outdated setting is no longer available.
Learn about the workflow to create additional, fully customizable result files for river, collection systems and water distributions model 1D results
MIKE+ 1D -2D modelling the scenario of a tricky configuration where the outlet node falls under the Digital Terrain Model ground level.
Watch this video tutorial on how to identify and reverse links which don’t point towards an outlet.
Check out these tips on deciphering simulation summaries to assess the soundness of a model setup and its results.
Learn how the MIKE 1D engine uses data directly from the MIKE+ database to generate results.
Read more on the replacement of river-urban couplings with more simple connections.
Learn more about the various applications of Digital Elevation Model (DEM) tools.
Discover two options for checking the water balance from a coupled simulation.
Read the top five reasons why the new and improved MIKE+ 2D Overland is a better choice.
See which options you have to load rainfall time series on the surface.
Check out the top five reasons why MIKE+ is a better choice for urban modellers.
Learn how to simulate unconventional situations and user specified operational schemes using Real-Time Controls (RTC).
Review common practices to achieve better calibration results from your hydraulic models.
Learn how to display a multiline label on the horizontal plan.
See how to use a ‘Structure Link’ River Type to move water from one river branch to another.
Learn step-by-step how to import a river geometry into MIKE+.
Walk-through of morphological modelling capabilities, including real-time hydrodynamic feedback for erosion and sedimentation of mobile bed. Release 2023.1
Check out this step-by-step guide on migrating river models (MIKE 11, MIKE HYDRO River) into MIKE+.
Learn the first step in the migration process - how to create a new MIKE+ project.
Explore the top 5 reasons to migrate to MIKE+ and access links to recorded webinars on this topic.
Learn how to export elevation and head data from a longitudinal profile to a spreadsheet or text format
Learn about the new MIKE+ Autocalibration tool that streamlines the process of calibrating hydraulic models. Release 2023.1
Learn how to convert a MIKE 21 FM model with "Depth Correction" to a MIKE+ model
Review the step-by-step process for converting a domain bathymetry from a dfs2 file to a dfsu file.
See how to access custom blocks.
Learn a quick trick for managing large layouts.