The ratio of dynamic viscosity to mass density. It is obtained by dividing dynamic viscosity by the fluid density. Units of kinematic viscosity are square meters per second.

Ratio of viscosity to density; the unit of kinematic viscosity is the stoke.

The ratio of the absolute viscosity of a liquid to its specific gravity at the temperature at which the viscosity is measured. Expressed in Stokes or Centistokes. Example: Viscosity, kinematic, cS @ 100F.....5.2

the ratio of dynamic viscosity to mass density. Kinematic viscosity is a measure of a fluid's resistance to gravity flow; the lower the kinematic viscosity, the easier and faster the fluid will flow.

The absolute viscosity of a fluid divided by its density.

Is the dynamic viscosity divided by the density ( 010)

Measure of a fluid's resistance to flow under gravity at a specific temperature (usually 40°C or 100°C).

See Viscosity (Kinematic).

is the ratio of absolute viscosity to density usually expressed as centistokes cSt.

absolute viscosity of a fluid divided by its density at the same temperature of measurement.

The relative tendency of fluids to resist flow. The value of the kinematic viscosity includes the effect of the density of the fluid. The kinematic viscosity is equal to the absolute viscosity divided by the density.

A measure of liquid's rate of flow under gravity. The standard test of this property determines the time a sample of material requires to drain through a laboratory vessel.

A method of measuring viscosity using the stoke as the basic measurement unit.

A coefficient defined as the ratio of the dynamic viscosity of a fluid to its density. The kinematic viscosity of most gases increases with increasing temperature and decreasing pressure. For dry air at 0Â°C, the kinematic viscosity is about 1.46Ã—10âˆ’5 m2 sâˆ’1. Common symbols for these variables are Î¼ for dynamic viscosity and Î½ for kinematic viscosity. List, R. J., 1951: Smithsonian Meteorological Tables, 6th rev. ed., 394â€“395.