Chromoly is stronger in terms of tensile strength and both metals are about the same in yield or bending strength.
7075 is stronger than 6061 aluminum.
"Aluminium 7075 is forgeable or not?"
Yes. Several aluminum alloy's particularly 7075 series
It depends on multiple factors, There are multiple grades/alloys of both that have different characteristics ( flexibility, temperature ranges, chemical resistance that affect it's strength). If you are going by volume, comparing pieces of the same width/length/thickness, than steel is always stronger. If your comparing by weight, comparing 2 pieces that weight the same, than aluminum is almost always stronger with the exception of chromoly steel. 41xx grade chromoly steel is the only steel that is stronger/weight than aluminum alloys(debatable), but most agree that the aluminum of similar weight will be stiffer. Aluminum alloys usually show a 1/3 weight saving with equal strength vs. non Chromoly steels, like that used in production cars. All commercial planes are made of aluminum alloy.
about 40 cents per pound
Aluminum is a metal, so that's like asking what's stronger, aluminum or aluminum. You could ask which aluminum is stronger 6061 t6 or 7075 t6. You could ask whats stronger, pig iron or chromoly. You could even ask what's stronger, bronze or copper. All are metals. Some metals are alloys others are elements. All of the following metals are also elements Titanium Vanadium Chromium Manganese Cobalt Zinc Tin Magnesium Molybdenum Aluminum Silver Zinc Iron Nickel Copper Lead Tungsten Calcium Lithium Sodium Potassium Rubidium Cesium Francium Beryllium Strontium Barium Radium Gallium Indium Thallium Bismuth Scandium Manganese Cobalt Yttrium Zirconium Niobium Technetium Ruthenium Rhodium Palladium Cadmium Lanthanum Hafnium
No, not to a whole number, (7075 / 6 = 1179.1666)
John G. Kemna has written: 'Aluminum 7075-T6 fatigue data generation and probabilistic life prediction formulation'
Hello I hope this helps 7075 is a zinc alloyed based Aluminum which machines very well, it has some of the highest tensile and yield values but also has the least amount of stretch with one drawback is it cat not be welded. It is used on fighter jet landing gear All the best , Steve G
What is the value of a small footed Wilcox 7075 SILVER SOLDERED WORTH
Most metal in the Veyron is an aluminum aircraft alloy known as 6061, or 7075. It is very lightweight and strong. Pound for pound, more so than steel.
The Young and the Restless - 1973 1-7075 was released on: USA: 20 February 2001