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Plan, manage and optimise your water distribution network


From demand water allocation to water quality and control options, you can count

on MIKE+ for all your water distribution decision-making.

Apply the power of MIKE+ to all your water systems.

Use simulations to solve distribution issues

Identify and manage specific challenges by performing steady-state, extended period and water quality simulations with the EPANET module.


Optimising resource demand allocation is easy with EPANET because you can:

  • Monitor and manage junction node demands

  • Import geocoded and aggregated consumption data

  • Compute multiple water demands for each node in your network

Define your own demand categories with different patterns
Ensure the best water quality possible by

  • Modelling blended water from different sources

  • Analysing water age

  • Locating chlorine residuals

  • Understanding the growth of disinfection by-products

  • Visualising contaminant propagation

Assess your distribution network with advanced analyses

Evaluate the performance and efficiency of every aspect of your water distribution network using the Special Analyses module.

With this module, you can:

  • Apply control options for extended period simulations, including PID control

  • Simulate system shutdown, maintenance and intermittent water supply systems via pressure-dependent demands

  • Ensure fire flow requirements are met by calculating flow and residual pressure

  • Perform multi-source tracing analyses to assess contamination issues, supply zones and various water source blends

  • Perform flushing analysis for system maintenance


Prevent surges and secure operations


Spotting potential water hammer problems in your pressurised distribution system isn’t easy. But with MIKE+’s new transient hydraulics modelling feature, Water Hammer, you can reveal operations issues and take control of all your critical infrastructure.

Minimise the pressure and power stresses related:

  • Pump start-up, controlled shutdown and pump trip-off

  • Valve opening and closure

  • Rapid demand change and rapid pressure change

  • Surge protection devices

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