The mammalian heart inspires the Mnemosyne pump
The human mammalian hearts is a dynamic, untiring, precisely adjustable double pump arranged compact in one unit with lifetime ranging 1-2 billion (1-2x1012) pump strokes. The heart has 4 valves, 2 inlet chambers and 2 power chambers. The 2 inlet chambers Atrium supply via 2 one-way valves Tricuspid, Mitral the two Ventricles power chambers with fluid. The two Ventricle muscle walls, Myocardium contracts depending on needs and force blood through the 2 one-way valves Pulmonary, Aortic out of the heart and into the body.
Contraction of the Atrium and Ventricle muscle wall is controlled by the Sinoatrial Node - the hearts natural Pacemaker. The human heart are further fully surrounded by the Pericardium membrane for contact protection inside Thorax (chest cage) for force protection (sketch from Wikipedia).
Mnemosyne range of Single-Use-Pump incorporates
The Sinoatrial Node, the Pacemaker (Apollon CPU module) control dynamically the position of the Myocardium muscles being a piece of thick Latex sheet, the white diaphragm (Myocardium). Fully controlled valves arranged directly on Pulmonary Artery, Vena Cava, Aorta, and Pulmonary Vein. The Pericardium membrane is for Mnemosyne inside the Ventricle and follow laminated to the Myocardium muscle wall its movements. Pericardium membrane is wetted and avoid liquid contract with Myocardium Latex diaphragm. The freely floating Myocardium diaphragm force, convey controlled from the Ventricle chamber liquid though the hoses, Aorta, Artery when expanded and sucks liquid into Ventricle from Vena Cava, Pulmonary Vein when relaxed. The Myocardium Latex diaphragm is pre-stretched and kept in place by the dome, Thorax.