Visit ANSYS at the Dubai Air Show 2019 - Fluid Codes is ELITE Channel Partner of ANSYS in the Middle East
  • Discover More Efficient Aircraft & Systems Design

    ANSYS simulations help engineers design aircraft propulsion systems with greater fuel-efficiency, by reducing weight and aerodynamic drag.

  • Immerse Yourself in Autonomous & Connected Aircraft

    With more drones dominating the skies and autonomous passenger aircraft approaching takeoff, simulation is A&D’s only option for ensuring passenger and vehicle safety.

  • Anticipate Aircraft Life Cycle from Pre-design to MRO

    Optimizing operations and maintenance is critical in A&D to reduce costs while maximizing safety. ANSYS digital twins make lower-cost predictive maintenance possible.

Visit the ANSYS booth #531 to discover how our Pervasive Engineering Simulation solutions can solve your design challenges and lead to breakthrough innovations.


Fluid Codes - ANSYS ELITE Channel Partner

Fluid Codes was founded in 1997 to address the finite element analysis requirements of industrial and academic organizations in the Middle East Region.

Fluid Codes is the ELITE Channel Partner of ANSYS in the Middle East. We are the authorized and exclusive provider of ANSYS Engineering Simulation Software, Certified ANSYS Training Programs and Application Support for our partners in the Middle East.

Explore Pervasive Engineering Simulation

Discover how engineering simulation is expanding across the entire product lifecycle, from digital exploration to digital prototyping to operations and maintenance using digital twins.

Select a physics area to learn more about what sets ANSYS software apart from other engineering simulation tools.

What We Offer?

As authorized and exclusive ANSYS Channel Partner in the Middle East, Fluid Codes distributes ANSYS Simulation Software and provide application support for ANSYS Design and Simulation Engineers.

At our ANSYS Authorized Training Centers in UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bulgaria, we offer Certified Training in ANSYS for design and simulation engineers.





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