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Model results for cardiovascular search:


Y: Model from a Published paper, Y: Model contains data.
Model #
Model Name
 Pub  Data  Model Description
0060
Myogenic_Compliant_Vessel
This model simulates the flow through a passive and actively responding vessel driven by a sinusoidal pressure input.
0063
Rigid_Vessel
The model simulates fluid flow, F, through a rigid vessel of resistance, R, given a pressure drop across the length of the vessel Delta_P.
0066
Thin_Wall_Compliant_Vessel
This model uses simulates the flow through a single vessel with resistance to flow R and compliance of the vessel, C, derived from a thin walled formulation of vessel wall mechanics.
0070
4-State_Sarcomere_Energetics
The 4-State model of sarcomeric contraction created by Landesberg and Sideman is investigated in terms of the energy liberated by the system as a function of the rate of shortening.
0075
Baroreceptor_Lu_et_al_2001
Y Y The model simulates baroreceptor function by changing heart rate, ventricular contractility, and arterial resistance in response to an input aortic pressure signal.
0089
Myo_Dyn_Resp_wFit
Y This model describes the dynamic response of a vessel after a step increase in intraluminal pressure.
0090
CardiacOutput_refHuman
Y Y Cardiac output estimation in reference human. An open-loop cardiovascular model composed of a four-chamber varying-elastance heart, a systemic circulation, a pulmonary circulation, a coronary circulation, and baroreceptors.
0091
CardiopulmonaryMechanics
A closed loop cardiopulmonary model composed of a four-chamber varying-elastance heart, a pericardium, a systemic circulation, a pulmonary circulation,a coronary circulation, airways mechanics, and baroreceptors.
0092
CardiopulmonMechGasExch
A closed loop cardiopulmonary model composed of a four-chambervarying-elastance heart, a pericardium, a systemic circulation, a pulmonary circulation,a coronary circulation, airways mechanics, baroreceptors, and gas exchange.
0093
CardiopulmonMechGasBloodExch
A closed loop cardiopulmonary model composed of a four-chamber varying-elastance heart, a pericardium, a systemic circulation, a pulmonary circulation, a coronary circulation, airways mechanics, baroreceptors, gas exchange, and blood gas handling.
0095
Circ_with_Baroreceptors
A closed loop cardiopulmonary model composed of a four-chambervarying-elastance heart, a pericardium, a systemic circulation, apulmonary circulation, a coronary circulation, and baroreceptors.
0128
Zinemanas1994_CoronaryCirc
Y A lumped parameter model of the coronary circulation. A resistive-compliant network is used to simulate the following circulatory compartments: epicardial arteries, large coronary arteries,small coronary arteries, coronary capillaries, small coronary veins, large coronary veins, and epicardial veins.
0143
Gao1998_ARD
Y The autoregulatory device (ARD) developed by Gao et al. is reproduced here to simulate the autoregulation of cerebral blood flow in the 300 to 50 micron diameter vessels.
0153
HighlyIntegHuman
Highly-integrated human, a closed loop cardiopulmonary model composed of a four-chamber varying-elastance heart, a pericardium, a systemic circ, a pulmonary circ, airways mechanics, baroreceptors, gas exch, blood gas handling, coronary circ, and peripheral chemoreceptors.
0154
HighlyIntHuman_wIntervention
Y A closed loop cardiopulmonary model composed of a four-chamber varying-elastance heart, a pericardium, a systemic circulation, a pulmonary circulation, airways mechanics, baroreceptors, gasexchange, blood gas handling, coronary circulation, peripheral chemoreceptors and selectable interventions.
0157
InVivoViscosity
This model represents changes of blood viscosity due to the Fahraeus-Lindqvist effect as observed by Pries, Secomb et al. for flow in the rat mesentery.
0158
Yaniv_4-State_2005
This is a reproduction of the 4 state model of a cardiac sarcomere originally developed by Landesberg and Sideman. The particular version presented here was used in Yaniv, Sivan and Landesberg Am J Physiol 288:H389-H399, 2005.
0160
Lumped_parameter_circulation
A closed loop cardiopulmonary model composed of a four-chambervarying-elastance heart, a pericardium, a systemic circulation, apulmonary circulation, and a coronary circulation.
0179
Phase_Separation
Y This model illustrates the variation in cell distribution from that which would be expected by the division of flow at a microvascular bifurcation.
0181
Pulmonary_Circulation_Olansen_et_al_2000
A model of pulmonary circulation based on Olansen et al. (2000) and Lu et al. (2001). A model of pulmonary circulation in which a right ventricle input pressure pulse drives blood flow through vascular components.
0186
Regulatory_Vessel
Y Y This model describes the steady state regulatory vessel response to changes in pressure across and shear stress on the vessel wall.
0204
thick_wall_vessel_tangential_stress
This model simulates the pressure and geometry resulting from changes in the internal radius of a thick-walled, distensible, isotropic, cylindrical vessel.
0210
4-State_Sarcomere_inSeries
A two element model incorporating two 4-state sarcomeres in series. This model is based on the 4 state model of a cardiac sarcomere originally developed by Landesberg and Sideman (Am J Physiol 267:H779-H795, 1994) and has been further developed to describe two sarcomeres.
0215
Ventricle_three_vessel_loop
This model simulates a closed loop resistor-capacitor network driven by a pressure generator (Pv). Volumes flow through a varying-elastance pressure generator component (simulating a contracting ventricle) and three compliant vessels in series.
0218
Single_Vessel
Fluid flow from an open, compliant vessel, driven only by theenergy stored inthe compliant vesel wall.
0222
Ventricle_Driven_Two_Vessel
This model simulates a closed loop resistor-capacitor circulatory network driven by a pressure generator (PV).
0224
Systemic_Circulation_Olansen_et_al_2000
Y A lumped-parameter model of the systemic circulation. A chopped-sineleft ventricle pressure signal drives flow through the system.
0334
Rideout_IndicatorDilution
Compartmental cardiovascular indicator dilution model ported from Rideout (ACSL programs IND-DIL). Also in MATLAB.
0335
Rideout_IndicatorDilution_Modified
Compartmental cardiovascular indicator dilution model based on Rideout_IndicatorDilution with systemic flow used as constant reference. Also in MATLAB.
0336
Rideout_PressureFlowLH
Left heart and systemic arteries pressure-flow model ported from Rideout (ACSL programs LH-PF). Also in MATLAB.
0338
Rideout_PressureFlow0
Uncontrolled CV loop pressure-flow model ported from Rideout (ACSL program PF-0). Also in MATLAB.
0343
Rideout_PressureFlow1
Uncontrolled CV loop pressure-flow model ported from Rideout (ACSL program PF-1). Also in MATLAB.
0344
Rideout_PressureFlowReg
CV loop with baroreceptor regulation ported from Rideout (ACSL program PF-1-REG). Also in MATLAB.
0360
Rideout_PressureFlowNP
CV loop nonpulsatile model ported from Rideout (ACSL program PF-NP). Also in MATLAB.

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