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con·cen·tric

(kon-sen'trik),
Having a common center, such that two or more spheres, circles, or segments of circles are within one another.

con·cen·tric

(kŏn-sen'trik)
Having a common center; said of two or more circles or spheres having a common center.

Patient discussion about concentric

Q. Where to concentrate on while losing weight and how? a strongest muscle and largest muscle reduction will help me in losing weight. Where to concentrate on while losing weight and how?

A. why not do a sport that activates more muscles then just one..? running or swimming? those actions work on groups of big muscles and on your heart and lungs system that is very important in order to get in shape.

Q. Does anyone have ideas for ways to overcome concentration problems without depending on medications? I'm reallllllly trying hard to study for my final exams and my ADD seems to bother me every time I touch the desk. Sometimes my thoughts fly out when I only think of how much I still have to study today!!! please- help if you can... I really don't want to start with meds...

A. Omega-3 fatty acids, phosphatidylserine, zinc and magnesium may have benefits with regard to ADD symptoms. i take omega-3 fatty acids every day for the past year and it helped me go threw a ruff year of studying.

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When an eccentricity of applied forces is large, it is more expedient to treat tubular columns as members exposed to bending with concentrical force.
where [r.sub.c] and [r.sub.s] are the radii of concrete and steel circles; [[Florin].sub.st] and [[Florin].sub.sc]--the tensile and compressive strength of longitudinal bars; [A.sub.s] and [A.sub.c]--the areas of steel reinforcement and concrete in the column cross-section; [N.sub.R] represents the concentrical force; [[Florin].sub.cc] by Eq.
The concepts of the compression with a bending moment and the bending with a concentrical force may be successfully used in the structural analysis of eccentrically loaded fairly complicated spun concrete columns reinforced by high-strength steel bars uniformly distributed throughout their annular cross-sections.