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.
Material properties of gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more.
Radiation heat emissivity of unoxidized, oxidized and polished aluminum.
Density, specific heat and thermal conductivity related to temperature.
Mechanical properties of aluminum alloys - tensile strength, yield strength and more.
Dimensions and static parameters of aluminum channels.
Dimensions and static properties of aluminum I-beams - Imperial units.
Densities of some common metals, metallic elements and alloys - aluminum, bronze, copper, iron and more.
The melting temperatures for some common metals and alloys.
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