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buckling

 [buk´ling]
the process or an instance of becoming crumpled or warped.
scleral buckling a technique for repair of detachment of the retina, in which indentations or infoldings of the sclera are made over the tears in the retina so as to promote adherence of the retina to the choroid.
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[ClickPress, Fri Aug 02 2019] MRRSE Research in its recent study on the buckling pin relief valves market, offers a detailed value-volume analysis of the Buckling Pin Relief Valves Market on the basis of various segments such as size, set pressure, end-use industry, and region.
Analysis of the buckling behaviour of composite plate.
According to whether the consideration of friction or not, up to date, the buckling research can be classified in two categories: the conservative and the non-conservative system.
In this section, literature review on the use of both plain and flanged cruciform members is presented particularly highlighting torsional buckling resistance.
In the past, researchers have investigated the various buckling modes of commonly used cold-formed steel sections.
(1979), resulting in principal determination of formulas for buckling loads under arbitrary stay prestress and also "optimal" prestress [T.sub.opt], giving maximal buckling load [N.sub.cr,max].
first proposed the drill string buckling more than half a century ago [4, 5].
Knee buckling may increase your risk of falls and fractures, according to a study published online Feb.
Researchers looked at seven years of data on 1,842 seniors, average age 67, all of whom had (or were at high risk for) knee osteoarthritis, which can make the knee susceptible to buckling. Compared with people who didn't report knee buckling, those who did were up to 2.5 times more likely to suffer recurrent falls.
A lot of research on the structural behaviors of web panels with lower regional sectional damage has been carried out to examine the shear buckling resistance and shear buckling behaviors [1-12].
Owing to their relatively low stiffness, local buckling generally occurs in thin-walled structures before reaching the strength failure of the materials, resulting in large deformation or even catastrophic failure of the overall system.