MIKE 21 MA allows you to perform highly precise moored vessel response assessment for single and multi-vessel systems. Ensure the safety of vessels and infrastructure with the ability to check mooring configurations under extreme conditions in ports and exposed location. More efficiently manage cargo operations between terminal-to-ship and ship-to-ship.
Perform mooring analyses for vessels exposed to high waves and strong winds
Due to the seamless connection with MIKE 21 HD, complex hydrodynamics involving passing vessels can be performed
The intuitive interface of MIKE 21 MA makes it easy to simulate multi-body interactions and incorporate the quay shape to improve the accuracy of mooring calculations. The interface also simplifies offshore terminal calculations for the oil & gas industry by allowing ship-to-ship arrangements and for incorporating the exact wave climate.
In partnership with FORCE Technology, an additional 40 vessel prototype hulls (11 bulk carriers, 13 container carriers, 7 LNG carriers and 9 tankers) can be purchased as an enhancement to the 12 vessel prototype hulls included in the software package. By using the implemented scaling technique, users can now cover the entire range of vessel sizes between 70 and 400 m of length with confidence. See vessel prototype hulls catalogue
The seamless connection between MIKE 21 MA and MIKE 21 BW and MIKE 3 Wave FM supports the inclusion of long period waves such as infragravity waves in your mooring analysis. This enables the consideration of the wave transformation not only from offshore to coast but also inside ports and terminals.
MIKE 21 MA supports the inclusion of long period infragravity waves for mooring analyses in complex water bodies
Marine pilots and operators can quickly assess the safety of the applied mooring system under present conditions.
Identify adverse conditions for operations in open seas and ports in advance to reduce downtime and operational costs.
Optimise winch locations and winch capacities for the latest ropes.
Directly evaluate port layouts against berth operability and predict the consequence of each layout through the seamless integration of MIKE 21 hydrodynamic and wave models.
Evaluate the design of bollards, dolphins, mooring lines, fenders and automatic mooring devices under realistic conditions with cost-efficient numerical modelling.
Simplify offshore terminal calculations with the ability to account for ship-to-ship arrangements and the incorporation of the exact environmental data.
DHI’s port technology and mooring analysis experts can take care of all the modelling and collaborate with your team on ways to improve port safety planning and boost efficiencies.
This affordable subscription package includes MIKE 21 Mooring Analysis, MIKE 3 Wave FM, MIKE 21 Boussinesq Waves, and MIKE 21 Spectral Waves plus additional modelling tools for port and maritime applications.
The mooring analysis solver of our model allows for rapid run times while offering extremely accurate results.
Incorporate the shape of the vessel and wave and flow fields that surround the entire vessel.
The intuitive graphical user interface of our software makes it a breeze to learn and use.
MIKE 21 MA can directly use output from simulations of waves and currents from other MIKE modules (MIKE 21 BW, MIKE 3 Wave and MIKE 21 HD) and therefore analyse the mooring arrangement based on 2D waves and currents.