Source: Aluminum Association [5].

Note: The following typical properties are not guaranteed, since in most cases they are averages for various sizes, product forms and methods of manufacture and may not be exactly representative of any particular product or size. These data are intended only as a basis for comparing alloys and tempers and should not be specified as engineering requirements or used for design purposes. ©The mechanical property limits are listed by major product in the "Standards Section" of this manual.

©The indicated typical mechanical properties for all except 0 temper material are higher than the specified minimum properties. For 0 temper products typical ultimate and yield values are slightly lower than specified (maximum) values.

(¿/Based on 500,000,000 cycles of completely reversed stress using the R.R. Moore type of machine and specimen.

©Average of tension and compression moduli. Compression modulus is about 2% greater than tension modulus.

©1350 -O wire will have an elongation of approximately 23% in 10 inches.

©1350 -H19 wire will have an elongation of approximately \ \% in 10 inches.

©Tempers T361 and T861 were formerly designated T36 and T86, respectively.

©Based on 107 cycles using fiexural type testing of sheet specimens.

©T7451, although not previously registered, has appeared in literature and in some specifications as T73651.

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