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spherical

, spheric
1. of or relating to a sphere
2. Geometry formed on the surface of or inside a sphere
3. 
a. of or relating to heavenly bodies
b. of or relating to the spheres of the Ptolemaic or the Copernican system

Spherical

Refers to a three-dimensional surface, all parts of which are equidistant from a fixed point.
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As our staple food, rice deserves the best cooking possible, [which] is, with the help of the revolutionary spherical pot-rice cookers from Tefal, convenient and versatile cooking,' said Julie Lim, vice president for business development of Collins International Trading Corp., Tefal's exclusive distributor of SDA in the Philippines.
(2012) presented the results of an experimental study on the heat transfer during freezing (charging) and melting (discharging) of water inside a spherical capsule often found in the beds of thermal (ice) storage systems used for the building air conditioning systems with spherical capsules of different diameters and materials are tested.
The igubal spherical balls are currently available in six dimensions for housing number 204-210.
Another category is to determine the material parameters from spherical indentation by defining the representative strain and stress.
We will demonstrate that [R.sub.P] is the composition of the spherical Radon transform centered at [S.sup.2] and the sectional Radon transform.
The oxygen accumulated as foam in the ceramic slurry, and thus, spherical pores formed in the porous ceramic.
bellonae, only specimens containing more than 40 % spherical spores (observedat 100x) were selected.
The maximum diameter of the spherical frame is about 88 cm and the entire device, including the drone, weighs just 3.4 kg.
In order to further improve the nonlinear Kalman filtering accuracy, this paper proposes a novel spherical simplex-radial cubature quadrature Kalman filter (SSRCQKF).
Although promising clinical results, in terms of safety, stability, predictability, and efficacy [1-3], were reported, an increase in the corneal spherical aberration was still found in patients undergoing SMILE procedure [4, 5].