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Table 1 Model parameters of the upper thoracic aorta (Readapted from [23])

From: Coupling reduced-order blood flow and cardiac models through energy-consistent strategies: modeling and discretization

Property Value
Length, L \(24.137\ \text {cm}\)
Radius at diastolic pressure, \(R_{0}\) \(1.2\ \text {cm}\)
Initial flow velocity, u(s, 0) \(0\ \text {m s}^{-1}\)
Initial pressure, P(s, 0) \(0\ \text {Pa}\)
Wall thickness, \(h_{0}\) \(1.2\ \text {mm}\)
Blood density, \(\rho \) \(1060\ \text {Kg m}^{-3}\)
Friction parameter, \(K_r\) \(276.46 \ \text {mPa s}\)
Wall viscosity, \(\nu \) \(0 \ \text {mPa s}\)
Velocity profile, \(\alpha _{\text {vp}}\) 1
Young’s modulus, E \(400.0\ \text {kPa}\)
Diastolic pressure, \(P_D\) \(9.46\ \text {kPa}\)
External pressure, \(P_{\text {ext}}\) \(0\ \text {Pa}\)
Windkessel resistance, \(R_{c}\) \(1.1752 \cdot 10^7\ \text {Pa s m}^{-3}\)
Windkessel compliance, \(C_{c}\) \(1.0163 \cdot 10^{-8}\ \text {m}^3\ \text {Pa}^{-1}\)
Windkessel resistance, \(R_{\text {per}}\) \(1.1167 \cdot 10^8\ \text {Pa s m}^{-3}\)