Conventional method for modelling mass transport in biological tissues is based on the single-porosity (SP) model, which assumes a homogeneous pressure and concentration in the vasculature. Over the years, the dual-porosity (DP) model, which was originally derived for describing water flow in fractured rocks, has seen an increase in its application to describe flow in biological tissues. In DP models,...
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