The MIKE models take into account the weight of all structures in the software and the hydrodynamic flow imposed on objects. The MIKE model can be used to study such as the design of docks, turning, etc.
MIKE for Windows allows you to save drawings of models and is optimized for use with Microsoft PowerPoint 2007. The module will help you to analyze the models and to perform data export to various file formats, such as Excel, Access, dxf format or web mapping can also be done directly. All exported data can be automatically submitted to the Simatic Server.
The SIMATIC STEP 7 V5.6 is the latest software version of the STEP 7 application. It is a program designed to work with the MASTER controller of SIMATIC Automation, allowing you to download and upload files to formular and Freescript. Currently, it has three basic modules, or the family, one of them being the STEP 7 V5.6.
Mike 21 can create MIKE-based, MIKE-like and DEFORMED models and is ideally suited for developing all types of MIKE analysis designs and solutions. This module provides you with the full set of modeling tools to create and analyze MIKE models for hydrodynamic and mass transport engineering applications, e.g., ship hull and marine construction, marine structures, dredge and harbor construction, pump station and power plant design.
MIKE 21 works on standalone platforms, and all it requires is a connection to a portable medium (not necessarily a flash drive). The ideal solution for your needs is dependent on whether you are using a stationary computer or moving from one site to another. If you are traveling with a portable system, you will want to include MIKE 21 in your kit and carry it with you. d2c66b5586