To examine effects of these parameters on model outputs of clinical interest, six key metrics were selected as representative of graft performance. At the functional biomechanical scale, we calculated the average transmural stress in the core, $tcavg$, the pointwise stress in the core, $t\theta \theta c$, and the pointwise stress in the sheath, $t\theta \theta s$. On the gross hemodynamics scale, we considered the diastolic luminal radius, $riD*$, and the radial compliance of the graft from diastole to systole, $\Delta ri*/\Delta P$. Also, to account for structural effects of core swelling and sheath residual stresses, the ratio of overall deformed to undeformed thickness, $h/H$, was calculated for these motions. Native values for these metrics are included or referenced in Table 1. Figure 2 schematically illustrates the input parameters and calculated metrics.