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Having a common center, such that two or more spheres, circles, or segments of circles are within one another.
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Having a common center; said of two or more circles or spheres having a common center.
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2, the analytic and the simulated electric potential are considered by taking into account two concentric spheres centred in (0, 0, 0) with radius [r.sub.1] = 0.08 m, [r.sub.2] = 0.1m, and layers conductivities [[sigma].sub.1] = 0.2 [([[OMGEA].sub.m]).sup.-1], [[sigma].sub.2] = 0.01 [([[OMEGA].sub.m]).sup.-1], respectively.
(533-39) The poet's heart circumscribes and encloses all three concentric spheres of the temple: eros, art, and agape.
Natural convection between concentric spheres. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 35(8):1935-1945.
[2] Bestman, A.R., 1986, "Transient flow of a radiating gas between concentric spheres," IMA J.