t1307 - 13.3 Nonferrous Alloys 417 Table 13.7 Compositions,...

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Table 13.7 Compositions, Mechanical Properties, and Typical Applications for Several Common Aluminum Alloys Mechanical Properties Ductility Aluminum Condition Tensile Yield [ %EL in Typical Association UNS Composition ( Temper Strength Strength 50 mm Applications/ Number Number ( wt% ) a Designation )[ MPa ( ksi )] [ MPa ( ksi )] (2 in. )] Characteristics Wrought, Nonheat-Treatable Alloys 1100 A91100 0.12 Cu Annealed (O) 90 35 35–45 Food/chemical han- (13) (5) dling & storage equipment, heat ex- changers, light re- flectors 3003 A93003 0.12 Cu, 1.2 Mn, Annealed (O) 110 40 30–40 Cooking utensils, 0.1 Zn (16) (6) pressure vessels and piping 5052 A95052 2.5 Mg, 0.25 Cr Strain 230 195 12–18 Aircraft fuel & oil hardened (33) (28) lines, fuel tanks, ap- (H32) pliances, rivets, and wire Wrought, Heat-Treatable Alloys 2024 A92024 4.4 Cu, 1.5 Mg, Heat treated 470 325 20 Aircraft structures, 0.6 Mn (T4) (68) (47) rivets, truck wheels, screw ma- chine products 6061 A96061 1.0 Mg, 0.6 Si, Heat treated 240 145 22–25 Trucks, canoes, rail- 0.30 Cu, (T4) (35) (21) road cars, furni- 0.20 Cr ture, pipelines 7075 A97075 5.6 Zn, 2.5 Mg, Heat treated 570 505 11 Aircraft structural 1.6 Cu, (T6)
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