To efficiently transform model results into sustainable engineering solutions, rely on the leading coast and sea modelling software, MIKE 21/3. No other 2D modelling package has been used for as many coastal and marine engineering projects around the world as MIKE 21. MIKE 3 builds on the same solid technology as MIKE 21 yet allows you to expand your modelling capabilities to include 3D free surface flows and associated sediment or water quality processes.
Hydrodynamics, waves, sediments, water quality and ship movements - you can model it all. No other modelling suite comes close to this range of application.
Pick and choose from a selection of specialised modules to create a custom modelling framework. Tackle the most complex studies by coupling MIKE 21/3 with other MIKE software.
Boost productivity with easy access to data and a wealth of first class modelling tools. Run faster simulations with advanced parallelisation techniques for multi-core and GPU modelling.
When accuracy matters most, count on MIKE. Trust your modelling results to the premiere, science-based software platform developed by professionals, for professionals.
Ecological & water quality modelling
Sediment transport & morphological modelling
Wave modelling & dynamic mooring analysis
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MIKE 21/3 software offers a seemingly endless range of application possibilities and is typically used to support coastal engineering and studies related to harbours or similar structures as well as environmental applications including dispersion, oil spill, eutrophication and modelling of living organisms.
You can now access MIKE 21/3 on Azure Marketplace, where you can start modelling in the cloud with no hardware limitation in four simple steps. Tell me more
MIKE 21/3 Coupled Model FM is a truly dynamic modelling system for analysing problems where flow and transport phenomena are important with emphasis on river, coastal and marine applications and where the flexibility inherited in the unstructured meshes can be utilized. MIKE 21/3 Coupled Model FM can be used for investigating the morphological evolution of the nearshore bathymetry due to the impact of engineering works (coastal structures, dredging works etc.). The engineering works may include breakwaters (surface-piercing and submerged), groins, shoreface nourishment, harbours etc. Explore all capabilities
The main features of MIKE 21/3 Coupled Model FM include:
Set up simulations, perform pre- and post-processing analysis, and present and visualise results within a project oriented environment with MIKE Zero, our fully Windows integrated graphical user interface embedded in MIKE 21/3 software. With MIKE Zero, you can better control and organise information for nearly all kinds of engineering studies including model simulations. Streamline your work with access to an array of informative, intuitive and helpful features. Find out more
MIKE 21/3 takes advantage of the efficient parallelisation techniques for the use of multiple cores and GPUs. Special techniques have also been developed to enhance calculation speed within the morphological modelling. Discover how
Regardless of how well you undertake your modelling work, clear communication of results is crucial to its value and recognition. With MIKE 21/3, you can:
Take advantage of the built-in Mesh Generator Tool to more efficiently generate and handle unstructured meshes. Automatically create high quality boundary conditions in a matter of minutes using the advanced Boundary Conditions Generator – a free premium feature for SMA customers.
With MIKE 21/3, you can model the effect of structures using a subgrid technique (the flow past a structure is modelled by considering the upstream and downstream water level). Include six different types of structures in your simulations:
Get the most value from your software and reduce project risk with access to a variety of training options and technical support.