kinematic viscosity


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kin·e·mat·ic vis·cos·i·ty (ν, Υ),

a measure used in studies of fluid flow: dynamic viscosity, μ, in poises, divided by the density of the fluid; unit of measure: stoke.
See also: dynamic viscosity.

kin·e·mat·ic vis·cos·i·ty

(kin'ĕ-mat'ik vis-kos'i-tē)
A measure used in studies of fluid flow; the dynamic viscosity, mc, in poises divided by the density of the material; units: stokes.
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