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QWhat is spherical ball bearing?

ASpherical Plain Bearings (also known as "Spherical Plane Bearings" "Spherical Ball Bushing Bearings" and "Ball Bushings") are spherical bearings that have an inner ring with a sphere convex outside surface and an outer ring with a correspondingly sphere, but concave inside surface.

QWhat are spherical bearings?

AA "spherical bearing", as the name implies, is a bearing that is composed of a raceways that are rounded (spherical) on the inside axially (in addition to the normal radial curvature of course).

QWhat are spherical lenses?

ASpherical Lenses. A lens is a part of a transparent thick glass which is bounded by two spherical surfaces. It is an optical device through which the rays of light converge or diverge before transmitting. Thus spherical lenses are of two major kinds called “Convex or Convergent” lenses and “Concave or Divergent” lenses.

QWhat are spherical coordinates?

ASpherical coordinates, also called spherical polar coordinates (Walton 1967, Arfken 1985), are a system of curvilinear coordinates that are natural for describing positions on a sphere or spheroid.