Example 94: Gas mixing in an asymmetric conducting airway/LPM model

The comfile run by this example is as follows:

#Example_94  Gas mixing in an asymmetric conducting airway/LPM model
#This example simulates mixing of sulpherhexafloride with nitrogen
#in a full lung model.  The conducting airways are asymmetric, grown
#as described in example 93.  Each terminal conducting airway branch is
#attached to a lumped parameter model of the acinus as described in 
#example 92.

fem de param;r;acalpm;example
fem de coor;r;acalpm;example
fem de base;r;acalpm;example            #linear basis function, 4 gp
fem de node;r;acalpm;example binary     #define model nodes
fem de elem;r;acalpm;example binary     #define model elements
fem de mesh;r;acalpm;example            #define full lung model
fem de equa;r;acalpm;example            #advection-diffusion equation
fem de moti;c lung tidal 0.1 Tinsp 0.2 Bhold 0 Texpn 0.2 constant;
fem de mate;r;acalpm;example            #SF6/N2
fem de init;c lung conc_in 1.0 initial 0.0
fem de solve;r;acalpm;example           #solved using Lagrange-Galerkin
fem solve from 0 to 0.4 delta_t 0.05

Files used by this example are:

Name            Modified     Size

example_94.com 26-Feb-2003 1.0k acalpm.binele 03-Sep-2002 1.1M acalpm.binnod 03-Sep-2002 971k acalpm.ipbase 10-Apr-2000 3.2k acalpm.ipcoor 10-Apr-2000 570 acalpm.ipequa 26-May-2003 1.4k acalpm.ipmate 03-Sep-2002 287 acalpm.ipmesh 19-Feb-2003 4.1k acalpm.ipmoti 10-Apr-2000 437 acalpm.ippara 17-Dec-2002 5.8k acalpm.ipsolv 13-Apr-2007 2.3k tmp.Faaa03XhH 12-Mar-2001 6.0k

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