# Comp6_Recirc

Six compartment model with flow, exchange, and recirculation.

Model number: 0118

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## Description

System is composed of 6 compartments, five of them in series, with one in parallel. The system is divided into three operators with recirculation as diagrammed. Exchange is allowed in only the first operator. The second and third operators are each composed of two stirred tanks operators in series. The input function, Cin, is positioned between the first and second operators but could be positioned anywhere. A fractional clearance occurs between the output of the third operator with the remainder recirculating to the first operator. This model can be used to explore the theory of John L.Stephenson, Bull Math Biophys 10: 117-121, 1948.and Bull Math Biophys 22:1-17, 1960.

**Figure:**A plot of concentration as a function of time for each of the compartment outflows, where CC2 is the outflow conentration from the system before recirculating into compartment CA1. Concentrations are in mM.

** Diagram:**

CC2*(1-clear) <----------<---------------------------<---------------<---------------< Fp| OPERATOR 1 Cin OPERATOR 2 OPERATOR 3 | | _________________ | ______ _______ _______ _______ ^ v |Vp CA1(t) | CA1 v |VB1 | |VB2 | |VC1 | |VC2 | | Creturn -->| |--->(+)--->| CB1 |->| CB2 |----->| CC1 |->| CC2 |->| | PSg | |_____| |_____| |_____| |_____| | ^ | --------|-------- FLOW = Fp ml/(g*min) --> | v | | | |Visfp CA2(t) | -----------------

## Equations

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Operator A, a single stirred tank with permeation into a nonflowing tank.Operator B, a pair of tanks in series with inputs from A1 and from Cin:

Operator C, same as B but no other input:

Return to Operator A:

Where Vp is the volume of the plasma space, PSg is the permeability surface area product, Visfp is the ISF volume fraction in 1 gram of tissue, clear is the fractional clearance, VB is the plasma volume fraction in 1 gram of B tissue and VC is the plasma volume fraction in 1 gram of C tissue.

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## References

John L.Stephenson, Bull Math Biophys 10: 117-121, 1948. John L.Stephenson, Bull Math Biophys 22:1-17, 1960.

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