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buckle down

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to give in from or as if from a gradual loss of strength

buckle down: to devote (oneself or one's efforts)

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fastener that fastens together two ends of a belt or strap

a shape distorted by twisting or folding

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fasten with a buckle or buckles

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fold or collapse

bend out of shape, as under pressure or from heat

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The mathematical solution of particular buckling problems requires that equilibrium and boundary conditions to be satisfied.
conducted a shear loading test of a web plate with artificial sectional damage to experimentally examine the shear buckling resistant behaviors [3].
Particularly, a great deal of research effort has also been carried out to study the buckling behaviour of thin-walled T-sections by considering the webs and flanges of thin-walled members as independent plates.
That means that loss of stability may occur during a period of exploitation of structure even for loads lower than critical buckling load.
Buckling of structural elements has intrigued students for nearly three centuries.
Buckling pin says its pilot-actuated ball valve turns a ball valve into a full port, inline relief valve or emergency shutdown valve without reaction force concerns.
After some initial grumbling, most motorists got used to buckling up and are now unlikely to put up much resistance as states move toward primary enforcement, allowing police to pull people over for not wearing seat belts (as opposed to issuing citations after stopping them for other reasons).
The water causes buckling, warping, a breakdown of the glue bonds.
The TCM offers three new components that contribute to the groundbreaking reliability and performance of the Super DLTtape drive - a base plate, cartridge receiver and buckling mechanism.
Prime coat buckling defects usually occur on flat surfaces as an island of surplus metal, and normally have hairline fins associated with them, usually at a casting's edges.
The loading capacity of these structures is closely related to the overall and local stability of thin-walled members, leading to the investigation of the elastic and inelastic buckling analysis of these members.
In the new Leaflet UIC 720 (***, 2005), which was from March 2005, there were introduced concepts and criteria for the CWR buckling safety assessment and were shown case studies which appeal to the two CWR stability analysis softwares, one developed at TU Delft (Holland) for ERRI--software called initially CWERRI, and nowadays LONGSTAB--and the other developed at Foster&Miller company for Federal Rail Administration of United States of America (FRA)--software called CWR-BUCKLE (Kish & Samavedam, 1999).
Depending on the driver's record, citations for not buckling themselves or their children start at $22, court officials said.