Absolut Viscosity unit converter online
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How the Viscosity Unit Converter works?
This simple and easy online viscosity unit converter let you convert several types of viscosity units. Select the unit to convert from in the left units list. Select the unit to convert to in the right units list. Enter the value to convert from into the source box on the left. The conversion result will immediately appear in the result box.
Conversions are performed by using a viscosity conversion factor. By knowing the viscosity conversion factor, converting between units can become a simple multiplication problem.
Viscosity is the measure of a fluid's resistance to flow. Dynamic viscosity is a measure of internal resistance.It measures the tangential force per unit area required to move one horizontal plane with respect to an other plane.
It is commonly expressed, particularly in ASTM standards, as centipoise (cP) since the latter is equal to the SI multiple millipascal seconds (mPa·s).The viscosity of a fluid is highly temperature dependent.
P = dyn s/cm2 = g /cm s ; Pa s = N s/m2 ; cP = mPa s ; lbf s/in2 = Reyn = 6.9E6 cP
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