Tag Archives: computational fluid dynamics

What happens inside the eye: fluid forces under physiologic movements

What happens inside the eye. AoS

The vitreous is a gel-like structure that completely fills the posterior part of the eye. Doctors inject drugs directly inside the vitreous to cure sight-threatening diseases like age-related macular degeneration. These are relatively new therapies; few is

Gaining insight in biological hydrogen production by computational approaches

Hydrogen is one of the most important raw materials for the chemical industry and has an undisputed future importance as an environmentally friendly fuel. At present, 96% of the 500 billion m3 of hydrogen gas that is

Fluid flow dynamics in a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance system

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is a very powerful analysis method employed in biology and chemistry. It helps us to gain information about the molecular structure of a wide range of molecules. For example food production companies employ