Specifications for Structures of Aluminum Alloy 2014-T6: Third Progress Report of the Committee of the Structural Division on Design in Lightweight Structural Alloys

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Committee of the Structural Division on Design in Lightweight Structural Alloys

Serial Information: Journal of the Structural Division, 1956, Vol. 82, Issue 3, Pg. 1-32


Document Type: Journal Paper

Abstract: These specifications cover allowable stresses, design rules, and fabrication procedures for riveted heavy duty structures built of the high-strength aluminum alloy known commercially as 2014-T6 (formerly 14S-T6). The basic allowable tensile working stress is 22 kips per sq in. based on a minimum yield strength of 53 kips per sq in. and a minimum tensile strength of 60 kips per sq in.

Subject Headings: Alloys | Ultimate strength | Allowable stress design | Aluminum (material) | Fabrication | Rivets | Maximum loads

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