## What is kinematic viscosity of air?

The viscosity of air depends mostly on the temperature. At 15 °C, the viscosity of air is 1.81 × 10-5 kg/(m·s) , 18.1 μPa·s or 1.81 × 10-5 Pa·s . The kinematic viscosity of air at 15 °C is 1.48 × 10-5 m2 /s or 14.8 cSt. At 25 °C, the viscosity is 18.6 μPa·s and the kinematic viscosity 15.7 cSt.

**What is kinematic viscosity formula?**

The units of kinematic viscosity are established on time and area. It is the ratio of the dynamic viscosity to its density, a force independent quantity. It is the ratio of the area of time; henceforth it is m22/s or ft22/s. The kinematic viscosity formula is expressed as, ν = μ/ρ

**What is the viscosity of air at 20 ℃?**

Kinematic viscosity of air at 20°C is given to be 1.6 × 10-5 m2/s.

### What is the kinematic viscosity of air at 300k?

Temperature (K) | Specific Heat | Kinematic Viscosity1) – ν – (10-5 m2/s) |
---|---|---|

– cp – (kJ/kgK) | ||

250 | 1.0031 | 1.132 |

275 | 1.0038 | 1.343 |

300 | 1.0049 | 1.568 |

**What is the SI unit of viscosity * 2 points?**

pascal second

The SI unit of viscosity is the pascal second (Pa·s) or kg·m−1·s−1. The SI unit of kinematic viscosity is square meter per second or m2/s.

**What is the viscosity of air at STP?**

1) The dynamic viscosity of air at STP is 17.89 Mu N s/m^2 (that is micro Ns/m^2) Calculate the corresponding value in Poise (P), and lbf s/ft^2.

## What are the types of viscosity?

There are two types of viscosity: dynamic viscosity, measured in pascal seconds, and kinematic viscosity, measured in metres per second squared. Viscosity is used as a way to predict when volcanoes erupt.

**What are the dimensions of viscosity?**

The dimensions of viscosity can be determined based on how it is defined. It is defined as the property of a fluid that describe a stress (force/area) per velocity shear rate in the fluid (d velocity/d distance). So the dimensions are (F/A)/(V/L). That can be rearranged to F/(At) = F/(L^2 t). That could be changed to (m L/t^2)/(L^2 t) = m/(Lt).