Thermal Shock.

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1. Stress built up by sudden and appreciable changes in temperature. 2. The shock produced and also the stress produced resulting from sudden temperature changes in a roof membrane; for example, when a rain shower follows brilliant sunshine. 3. A stress created by an extreme change in temperature that may result in cracking of the plaster which has not yet attained its ultimate strength.

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