## 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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