# What is viscosity mm2 s?

## What is viscosity mm2 s?

The commonly used kinematic viscosity is defined as a measure of the restrictive flow of a fluid under gravitational force. The SI unit for kinematic viscosity is one meter squared per second and is equivalent to 10,000 St. Usually, centistokes (cSt) is used (1 cSt = 0.01 St = 1 mm2/s).

**How do you convert cSt to SSU?**

Example: Converting Centistokes to SSU Viscosity Calculate b2 = 900.00. Calculate 4ac = 4 × 0.226 × -195 = -176.28. Calculate 2a = 2 × 0.226 = 0.452. Calculate SQRT(b2 -4ac) = √1076.28 = 32.81.

**What does mm2 s stand for?**

The SI unit of kinematic viscosity is the square metre per second, m2/s. The normal sub- unit derived from this is the square millimetre per second, mm2/s = 10-6 m2/s. (1 mm2/s = 1 centistoke [cSt] in the obsolete cgs-system.)

### How do you convert viscosity units?

Common Dynamic or Absolute Viscosity Units

- 1 Pascal second (Poiseuille) = 1000 Centipoise.
- 1 Pascal second (Poiseuille) = 10 Dyne second / centimetre2
- 1 Pascal second (Poiseuille) = 0.0102 Gram force seconds / centimetre2
- 1 Pascal second (Poiseuille) = 10 Gram / centimetre second.

**What are the SI units of viscosity?**

Dynamic viscosity: The SI physical unit of dynamic viscosity (μ) is the Pascal-second (Pa s), which is identical to 1 kg m−1 s−1. The physical unit for dynamic viscosity in the centimeter gram second system of units (cgs) is the poise (P), named after Jean Poiseuille.

**How to calculate the viscosity of a centistoke?**

Ut = U100°F (1 + 0.000061 (t – 100)) (1) U100°F = Saybolt Universal viscosity at 100°F in Saybolt Universal seconds equivalent to kinematic viscosity in centiStokes at temperature t (°F) Fluid Mechanics – The study of fluids – liquids and gases.

#### How are viscosity conversions based on specific gravity?

Viscosity conversions are based on fluids with specific gravity of one. Saybolt Universal Viscosity at temperatures other than 100 or 210 o F. At temperatures other than 100 or 210°F, convert kinematic viscosity to Saybolt Universal viscosity with. U t = U 100°F (1 + 0.000061 (t – 100)) (1) where

**How to convert kinematic viscosity to Saybolt universal viscoity?**

At temperatures other than 100 or 210°F, convert kinematic viscosity to Saybolt Universal viscosity with Ut = U100°F (1 + 0.000061 (t – 100)) (1) U100°F = Saybolt Universal viscosity at 100°F in Saybolt Universal seconds equivalent to kinematic viscosity in centiStokes at temperature t (°F)

**How to convert square millimeters per second to centistokes?**

How to convert square millimeters per second to centistokes [mm²/s to cSt]: ν cSt = 1 × ν mm²/s. How many centistokes in a square millimeter per second: If ν mm²/s = 1 then ν cSt = 1 × 1 = 1 cSt. How many centistokes in 92 square millimeters per second: If ν mm²/s = 92 then ν cSt = 1 × 92 = 92 cSt