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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. © Coefficient to be multiplied by 10-6. Example: 12.2 x 10-6 = 0.0000122. © Melting ranges shown apply to wrought products of 1/4 inch thickness or greater. © Based on typical composition of the indicated alloys. © English units = btu-in./ft2hr°F.

© Eutectic melting is not eliminated by homogenization. © Eutectic melting can be completely eliminated by homogenization.

© Homogenization may raise eutectic melting temperature 20-40°F but usually does not eliminate eutectic melting. © Although not formerly registered, the literature and some specifications have used T736 as the designation for this temper.

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. © Coefficient to be multiplied by 10-6. Example: 12.2 x 10-6 = 0.0000122. © Melting ranges shown apply to wrought products of 1/4 inch thickness or greater. © Based on typical composition of the indicated alloys. © English units = btu-in./ft2hr°F.

© Eutectic melting is not eliminated by homogenization. © Eutectic melting can be completely eliminated by homogenization.

© Homogenization may raise eutectic melting temperature 20-40°F but usually does not eliminate eutectic melting. © Although not formerly registered, the literature and some specifications have used T736 as the designation for this temper.

TABLE 9.13 ASTM Test Methods for Mechanical Properties of Aluminum Alloys

Property

ASTM Test Method

Tensile strength

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Shear strength

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