Coastlines constantly evolve. These changes are driven by several factors such as winds, waves, tides, and currents that erode, transport, and deposit sediments. Long-term shoreline evolution can have far-reaching consequences on coastal developments.
Our new module – MIKE 21 Shoreline Morphology (SM) – enables you to undertake practical coastal engineering applications that were previously not feasible. MIKE 21 SM combines detailed 2D modelling of currents and waves with a constrained morphological model, making it possible to undertake stable and robust modelling of shoreline evolution in 2D environments. This knowledge will help you make informed decision about coastal engineering projects – now and in the future.