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kinematic vs. dynamic viscosity
by Terpfool on 08/12/03 at 12:27:23

I'm trying to figure out how kinematic and dynamic viscosity relates.  Specifically, I'm trying to relate centistokes to centipoise.  Specific gravity of 1.06


Re: kinematic vs. dynamic viscosity
by Robert Fogt on 08/13/03 at 01:24:03

Kinematic viscosity is dynamic viscosity divided by the density of the liquid.

Kinematic viscosity depends only on the type of the liquid, not its concentration or density.


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