Pulmonary conduit valves are used as one of the surgical treatment methods of congenital heart diseases. We have been designing a sophisticated pulmonary conduit valve for the right ventricular outflow tract reconstruction in pediatric patients. In this study, two types of polyester grafts with or without bulging structures for the conduit valves were used and evaluated from the hemodynamic point of view focusing on the application of these conduit valves in the grown-up congenital heart failure patients. We examined valvular function in the originally developed pulmonary mock circulatory system, which consisted of a pneumatic driven right ventricular model, a pulmonary valve chamber, and an elastic pulmonary compliance model with peripheral vascular resistance units. Prior to the measurement, a bileaflet valve was sutured in each conduit. Each conduit valve was installed in the mock right ventricular outflow portion, and its leaflet motion was obtained by using a high-speed camera synchronously with pressure and flow waveforms. As a result, we could obtain hemodynamic changes in two different types of conduits for pulmonary valves, and it was indicated that the presence of the Valsalva shape might be effective for promoting valvular response in the low cardiac output condition.