# What is the viscosity of water in mm2 S?

## What is the viscosity of water in mm2 S?

Around 1 mm2 per second. At 20 °C, water’s kinematic viscosity is around 1 mm2 per second and goes higher at lower temperatures. At 10 °C, water’s kinematic viscosity is around 1.3 mm2 per second while at 30 °C, it goes to around 0.8 mm2 per second.

## How do you convert centistokes to Centipoises?

Centipoise = centistokes x specific gravity where specific gravity is assumed to be 0.8 (except for water). To find the exact cp of your fluid: cp = cSt x (weight per gallon x 0.120).

What is the viscosity of water in centistokes?

1 cSt (centiStoke) = 1 mm2/s = 10−6m2/s. Water at 20 °C has a kinematic viscosity of about 1 cSt.

### How do you convert centistokes to m2 S?

How to Convert Centistokes to Square Meter/Second (cSt to m2/s) By using our Centistokes to Square Meter/Second conversion tool, you know that one Centistokes is equivalent to 0.000001 Square Meter/Second. Hence, to convert Centistokes to Square Meter/Second, we just need to multiply the number by 0.000001.

### Is water high or low viscosity?

Viscosity is often referred to as the thickness of a fluid. You can think of water (low viscosity) and honey (high viscosity).

Is Water high or low viscosity?

## What is the viscosity of water at 37 C?

0.6913
Viscosity Table – Measurement data

Temp. [°C] Dyn. Viscosity [mPa.s] Density [g/cm³]
37 0.6913 0.9933
38 0.678 0.993
39 0.6652 0.9926
40 0.6527 0.9922

## How do you convert viscosity to kinematic viscosity?

Density actually provides a way to convert between a kinematic and a dynamic viscosity measurement. The formula for the conversion is: Kinematic (cSt) x Density = Dynamic (cP) Dynamic (cP) / Density = Kinematic (cSt)