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Viscosity (Kinematic) Conversion Table

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Conversion Table: Viscosity (Kinematic)
Unit NameRelation to square meter/second [m2/s]
square foot/hour [ft2/hr]2.58064E-5 [m2/s]
square foot/minute [ft2/min]0.001548384 [m2/s]
square foot/second [ft2/s]0.09290304 [m2/s]
square inch/hour [in2/hr]1.792111E-7 [m2/s]
square inch/minute [in2/min]1.075267E-5 [m2/s]
square inch/second [in2/s]6.4516E-4 [m2/s]
square meter/hour [m2/hr]2.777778E-4 [m2/s]
square millimeter/hour 2.777778E-10 [m2/s]
square centimeter/hour 2.777778E-8 [m2/s]
square kilometer/hour 277.777777777778 [m2/s]
square meter/minute [m2/min]0.0166666666666667 [m2/s]
square millimeter/minute 1.666667E-8 [m2/s]
square centimeter/minute 1.666667E-6 [m2/s]
square kilometer/minute 1.666667E+4 [m2/s]
square meter/second [m2/s]1 [m2/s]
square millimeter/second 1E-6 [m2/s]
square centimeter/second 1E-4 [m2/s]
square kilometer/second 1E+6 [m2/s]
stoke [St]1E-4 [m2/s]

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The SI Unit of Kinematic Viscosity


Viscosity is a measure of the resistance of a fluid which is being deformed by either shear stress or extensional stress. In everyday terms (and for fluids only), viscosity is "thickness." Thus, water is "thin," having a lower viscosity, while honey is "thick" having a higher viscosity.
Source: wikipedia
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