AverageThermal ConductivityElectrical Conductivity at 68°FElectrical
Coeffecient ofMelting(Percent of InternationalResistivity
ThermalAnnealed Copper Standard)at 68°F
ExpansionRange 2,3Density(Ohms-Cir.
Aluminium AlloysEqualEqual
68° to 212°FApproximately(lbs/cubic in.)Units) Mil/Foot)
(°F)(°F)VolumeVolume
110013.11190-12150.09815205919418
135013.21195-12150.097516256220417
2024-O12.9935-11800.10013405016021
2024-T3,T412.9935-1180 50.100840309635
2024-T612.9935-11800.10010503812227
300312.91190-12100.09912004815622
300413.31165-12100.09811004113425
300513.11175-12100.09811904514823
500513.21170-12100.09813905217220
505013.21155-12050.09713405016521
505213.21125-12000.0979603511630
505613.41055-11800.096790289537
518213.41055-11800.096790289537
565713.21180-12150.0979603511630
6061-O13.11080-12050.09812504715522
6061-T413.11080-12050.09810704013226
6061-T613.11080-1205 60.09811604314224

1 Coefficient to be multiplied by 10-6. Example 12.2 x 10-6 = 0.0000122.

2 Melting ranges shown apply to wrought products of 1 4 inch thickness or greater.

3 Based on typical composition of the indicated alloys.

4 English units = btu-in/ft 2 hr °F.

5 Eutectic melting is not eliminated by homogenization.

6 Eutectic melting can be completely eliminated by homogenization