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concentric

[kən′sen·trik]
(science and technology)
Pertaining to the relationship between two different-sized circular, cylindrical, or spherical shapes when the smaller one is exactly centered within the larger one.

Concentric

Having a common center.

concentric

Having a common center.

concentric

Coming from the center, or circles within circles. For example, tracks on a hard disk are concentric. Tracks on optical media are concentric or spiral shaped (in a coil) depending on the type.
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Historically, GKN Pumps has been an unprofitable venture and, as a result, the seller approached Concentric intent upon a strategic exit from the pump manufacturing business.
8 All interests, in 1331 square metres of business premises along the southern side of Concentric Park Industrial Estate including units 4 - 8 (inclusive) and 10 - 14 (inclusive), to the east of Priory Road, Aston, Birmingham.
In addition to supporting outside projects that encourage developers and designers to think outside the box, Concentric Sky takes great pains in selecting its clients, said Cale Bruckner, vice president of the 55-employee firm.
Concentric said its variable flow lube pump technology can potentially save 50% of that energy.
Our alliance adds yet another valuable access path into the Asian market, as well as enabling Concentric to further fuel the explosive growth of Asia's Internet, which, according to Network Solutions' most current domain registration rankings, is ramping most dramatically in Korea.
As Compaq continues to move everything to the Internet, joining with proven Internet service providers like Concentric gives us the ability to quickly extend tailored solutions to our customers with greater confidence," says Ray Frigo, VP of iServices & Solutions at Compaq.
Concentric says it will fully integrate the company's operations into its existing network.
You have lower compound inventory in the flow channel, eliminating turbulence and providing a concentric flow of compound to the tooling.
In the same example, the opposite of an eccentric contraction is a concentric contraction, which would be lifting the weight away from the chest.
Our close collaboration with Concentric allowed us to deliver
Laser light directed at the cloud is scattered into a distinctive diffraction pattern of concentric rings, suggesting that the ions form an equally spaced geometrical array--in other words, a single crystal.
Developers have this naive notion that all they need is a distributor and their product will be successful," says concentric Data Systems president John Henderson.