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# BTEX30

Models a tissue cylinder consisting of three regions: plasma, interstitial fluid, and parenchymal cells.

Model number: 0081

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## Description

These partial differential equations model a "tissue cylinder" consisting of three regions. The three regions are capillary plasma, p; interstitial fluid, isf; and parenchymal cell, pc; and are separated by one barrier-- the membrane between the interstitial fluid and parenchymal cell. In addition, there is a diffusional path from plasma to the isf.

## Equations

#### Differential Equations

$\large \frac{\partial C_p}{\partial t} = \frac{-F_p \cdot L}{V_p} \cdot \frac{\partial C_p}{\partial x}- \frac{G_p}{V_p} \cdot C_p -\frac{PS_g}{V_{p}}\cdot (C_{p}-C_{isf})+D_p \cdot \frac{\partial^2 C_p}{\partial x^2}$
$\large \frac{\partial C_{isf}}{\partial t} = \frac{-G_{isf}}{V'_{isf}} \cdot C_{isf} - \frac{PS_g}{V'_{ist}}\cdot(C_{isf}-C_p) - \frac{PS_{pc}}{V'_{isf}} \cdot (C_{isf}-C_{pc}) +D_{isf} \cdot \frac{\partial^2 C_{isf}}{\partial x^2}$
$\large \frac{\partial C_{pc}}{\partial t} = \frac{-G_{pc}}{V'_{pc}} \cdot C_{pc} -\frac{PS_pc}{V'_{pc}} \cdot (C_{pc}-C_{isf}) +D_{pc} \cdot \frac{\partial^2 C_{pc}}{\partial x^2}$

#### Left Boundary Conditions

$\large -{\frac {{\it F_p}\cdot L \cdot \left( {\it C_p}-{\it C_{in}} \right) }{{\it V_p}}}+{ \it D_p}\cdot {\frac {\partial}{\partial x}}C_p=0$ , $\large {\it {\frac {\partial}{\partial x}}C_{isf}=0$ , $\large {\it {\frac {\partial}{\partial x}}C_{pc}=0$ .

#### Right Boundary Conditions

$\large {\it {\frac {\partial }{\partial x}}C_p=0$ , $\large {\it {\frac {\partial }{\partial x}}C_{isf}=0$ , $\large {\it {\frac {\partial }{\partial x}}C_{pc}=0$ , $\large {\it C_{out}={\it C_{p}$ .

#### Initial Conditions

$\large C_p=C_p0$ , $\large C_{isf}=C_{isf}0$ , $\large C_{pc}=C_{pc}0$   or
$\large C_p=C_p0(x)$ , $\large C_{isf}=C_{isf}0(x)$ , $\large C_{pc}=C_{pc}0(x)$ .

The equations for this model may also be viewed by running the JSim model applet and clicking on the Source tab at the bottom left of JSim's Run Time graphical user interface. The equations are written in JSim's Mathematical Modeling Language (MML). See the Introduction to MML and the MML Reference Manual. Additional documentation for MML can be found by using the search option at the Physiome home page.

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## Key Terms

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