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buckle in

To anchor or fasten oneself or another in place with a seatbelt, as in a vehicle. A noun or pronoun can be used between "buckle" and "in." Can you buckle the baby in while I put our bags in the trunk? This car is not moving until everyone is buckled in!
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buckle someone in

to attach someone securely with a vehicle's seat belts. (This includes airplane seat belts.) Don't forget to buckle the children in. Did you buckle in the children?
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Leonhard Euler is the pioneer of investigating buckling in laminates.
In thin-walled laminated FRP material, the structural stability is a serious issue and buckling in the structure can cause catastrophic results therefore this model of failure should be considered during the design phase (Hwang and Mao, 2001).
Plate Buckling in Design Codes: The Difference Between NEN 6771 and NEN-EN, Master Thesis, Delft University of Technology, TU Delft, The Netherlands, pp.
A review of down-hole tubular string buckling in well engineering, Petroleum Science 12 (3):443-457.
He stated that AISC and Eurocode codes consider torsional buckling in addition to local and flexural buckling when compared to the Australian code provisions which ignore torsional buckling.
However, Trahair [9] provides a compelling case for evaluating local buckling in plain cruciform members with or without slender elements.
The results cleared up the stable or unstable paths of column behavior after buckling in both symmetric and antisymmetric buckling modes, followed by recommendation to determine design loading according to prestress values rather than buckling loads.
All former analytical and numerical studies concerned elastic nonlinear 2D analysis, possibly extended for influence of 4 space arms/stays of the space perpendicular crossarm but with buckling in the direction of the arms.
Nevertheless, the 2D critical loads received for the buckling in the direction of the arms gives nearly identical values.
proposed a model depicting the full phase of tubular string buckling in vertical well.
Therefore, the rotational speed has no effect on the critical load of the sinusoidal buckling in horizontal well.
The axis trajectory of the dynamic buckling in horizontal well under different rotational speeds is shown in Figure 12.
After five years, about one out of six study participants had experienced knee buckling in the previous three months, and after seven years, more than 14 percent had suffered two or more falls.
5) The main application of this probabilistic computational model is to assessment of temporary train speed limits using the simulation of the CWR track buckling in a probabilistic approach.
First, Euler studied bar buckling in the mid-18th century.