# spherical coordinate

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spherical coordinate
The spherical coordiantes of point P are (r, φ, θ).

## spherical coordinate

n.
Any of a set of coordinates in a three-dimensional system for locating points in space by means of a radius vector and two angles measured from the center of a sphere with respect to two arbitrary, fixed, perpendicular directions.
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A pressure distribution equation can also be derived for the compressive flow field in a spherical coordinate system and its dimensionless form is expressed as follows:
Considering a uniform mass distribution with a volume density p, and using a spherical coordinate system (r, 9, 0) centered on m, we have that, according to Newton's law, the component of the total force exerted on a particle m along the x axis is
(19) we investigate solutions in the approximation a ~ r (r being the radial spherical coordinate), which implies [r.sup.2]/b << 1 from Eq.
In the GLMT framework, the incident Gaussian beam field including the electric and the magnetic fields can be described by the Bromwich Scalar Potentials (BSP) in the spherical coordinate system (r, [theta], [phi]) [10-12].
In the spherical coordinate system, the spherical involute equation on one side of outer space width is
In a traditional spherical coordinate system, the azimuth (rotation angle) of the object is defined as the angle between the direction of the projected object on the horizon and the north.
For ease of calculation, latitude and longitude as spherical coordinate can be transformed into rectangular coordinate by the algorithm [17].
The basis of calibration is to establish three coordinate systems: a panoramic coordinate system, a PTZ coordinate system, and a spherical coordinate system.
When a metal particle passes radially above the spiral planar coil, peak inductance change appears in the metal particle located at the axis of the coil in a spherical coordinate system (R, 0,0) as shown in Figure 2.
For the planes are the expanding spherical coordinate planes, the left part of the isoline with the value of 58000 is shown at the upper right of the plane.

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