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The strength of most common metals is generally reduced with increase in temperature. Most metals expand and change dimensionally on heating. This is a common cause of deformation and damage leading to the collapse of welded materials. On the other hand, reduced temperatures can cause a loss of ductility of metals and can increase their brittleness. The brittle failure of steel may seriously affect structures such as bridges causing them to collapse, ships and heavy equipment to break up, and gas transmission lines to crack.
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