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Aluminum Alloys - Mechanical Properties

Mechanical properties of some common aluminum alloys.

Aluminum Alloys - Mechanical Properties
Aluminum AlloyTensile Strength
(103 psi)
Elongation
(%)
0.2% Yield Strength
 (103 psi)
356 32 - 40 3 - 7 22 - 30
355 35 - 50 1 - 8 28 - 39
A354 47 - 55 2 - 5 36 - 45
A356 38 - 40 3 - 10 28 - 36
A357 33 - 50 3 - 9 27 - 40
C355 35 - 50 1 - 8 28 - 39
D712 34 - 40 4 - 8 25 - 32
RR-350 32 - 45 1.5 - 5 24 - 38
KO-1 56 - 60 3 - 5 48 - 55
  • 1 psi (lb/in2) = 6894.8 Pa (N/m2)

Aluminum alloys are divided into the wrought and cast categories according to how they are produced. The wrought category includes rolling, extruding, drawing, forging, and a number of other more specialized processes. Cast alloys are poured molten into sand (sand casting) or high-strength steel (permanent mold or die casting) molds where they solidifies to produce the desired shape.

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