The product of Kinematics Viscosity and Density. Absolute Viscosity =Kinematic Viscosity x Density

the ratio of shear stress to shear rate. It is a fluid's internal resistance to flow.

the viscosity value associated with a Newtonian material

The measure of a fluid's tendency to resist flow, without regard to its density. By definition, the product of a fluid's kinematic viscosity times its density.

( Dynamic) Is the force in Newton required to move a fluid layer of one square meter area and a thickness of one meter with a velocity of one meter per second.

The product of a fluid's kinematic viscosity times its density. Absolute viscosity is a measure of a fluid's tendency to resist flow, without regard to its density. Sometimes the term dynamic viscosity is used in place of absolute viscosity.

A measure of the internal shear properties of fluids expressed as the tangential force per unit area at either of two horizontal planes separated by one unit thickness of a given fluid, one of the planes being fixed and the other moving with unit velocity.

A method of measuring viscosity using the poise as the basic measurement unit; this method utilizes a partial vacuum to induce flow in the viscometer.