Material Aluminum Zinc Magnesium Elements Al Zn Mg Cu Fe Zr Si Mn Cr ElementCount .8573 .0830 .0300 .0240 .0015 .0015 .0012 .0010 .0005 Density_kg__m3 2850 YieldStrength_MPa 676 UltimateTensileStrength_MPa 703 YoungsModulus_GPa 73.1 ShearModulus_GPa 28 MeltingPoint_K 908 SpecificHeat_J__kg_K 1050 ThermalConductivity_W__m_K 190 ThermalExpansion__K 23.4e-6 Resistivity_Ohm_m 5.56e-8 RefractiveIndex Aluminum RoughnessCoefficient 0.5
Shear modulus isn't listed, so I copied from aluminum copper lithium.
I used the upper end of the melting range for the melting point. It probably has all the mechanical strength of warm butter at that temperature, but using the lower end would require fixing all the other aluminum alloys as well.
Resistivity is converted from the conductivity of the T6511 temper, because the listed resistivity is suspiciously high. I think they printed micro ohm meter when they meant nano ohm meter.
Here's the relevant portion of the MMPDS appendix for interpreting those symbols in the table at the beginning of the datasheet.