Applying computational fluid dynamics to the field of biotechnology is a relatively new practice and has great potential to improve the way many medical devices are used or implemented. FLOW-3D is a robust simulation tool with an extensive range of integrated capabilities, including free-surface/confined flows, variable density, phase change, moving objects, and mechanical and thermal stress analysis.

Eyeball simulation using FLOW-3D
Von Mises stress distribution visualization on human eye using FLOW-3D‘s fluid-structure interaction model. Courtesy University at Buffalo.