A lumped-parameter model of the systemic circulation. A chopped-sine left ventricle pressure signal drives flow through the system.
This is a lumped-parameter model of the systemic circulation based on Olansen et al. (2000). A chopped-sine left ventricle pressure signal drives flow through the system. Seven windkessel compartments in series represent the peripheral circulation while the cerebral and coronary circulations are represented by a resistive element alone. The arterial, venous and Vena cava segments are each characterized by a non-linear PV relationship. All other compartments are described by a single compliance value. The resistance of the arterial and Vena cava segments are also non-linear; all other resistances are linear. Parameters were chosen to produce a textbook pressure profile throughout the circulation and a total cardiac output of 5 L/min.
Paop: Proximal aorta press, Paod :Distal aorta press, Psa: Systemic artery press, Psad: Systemic arterioles press, Psc: Systemic capillaries press , Psv: Systemic veins press, Pvc: Vena cava press
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Olansen JB, Clark JW, Khoury D, Ghorbel F, Bidani A. A closed- loop model of the canine cardiovascular system that includes ventricular interaction. Computers and Biomedical Research. 33: 260-295, 2000. Lu K, Clark JW, Ghorbel FH, Ware DL, Bidani A. A human cardiopulmonary system model applied to the analysis of the Valsalva maneuver. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 281: H2661-H2679, 2001. Ohm GS. Die galvanische Kette mathematisch bearbeitet, 1827
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