 # Tag Archive: Viscosity Index

## Temperature-Viscosity Chart

The interpolation calculator provided below is used to determine:

• the kinematic viscosity values, depends from temperature, calculated by the formulas specified in ASTM D341 – (‘Standard Practice for Viscosity-Temperature Charts for Liquid Petroleum Products’);
• the Viscosity Index (VI) by the formulas specified in ASTM D2270 (Standard Practice for Calculating Viscosity Index from Kinematic Viscosity at 40 and 100°C 1) or in ISO 2909 (Standard Practice for Calculating Viscosity Index from Kinematic Viscosity at 40 and 100°C 1) or in ГОСТ 25371-2018 (Нефтепродукты. Расчёт индекса вязкости по кинематической вязкости)

#### Annotation.

Any mineral oil is supplied with the specification of kinematic viscosity values at two different temperatures, usually at 40°C and at 100°C (or at 100°F and at 210°F). These data is enough to determine kinematic viscosity at any other values of temperature and as well Viscosity Index.

You can calculate pre-filled values of oil classified by ISO 3448 with grades VG22, VG32, VG46 or VG68 (at viscosity Index = 100) or enter specific values for any other oils.

## Hydraulic oil viscosity

Summary:

• Dynamic and kinematic viscosity in SI and British unit
• Understanding the optimum operating viscosity range
• Understanding the Viscosity Index

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The viscosity is a measure of the fluid’s resistance to flow.

There are dynamic and kinematic viscosity are usually common for calculations.

The symbol for dynamic viscosity is the Greek letter mu (µ). The SI unit for dynamic viscosity is the pascal-second (Pa·s), but the more common unit is the centipoise (cP):

1 P = 0.1 Pa·s
1 cP = 0.001 Pa·s = 0.001 N·s/m2.

For example, the dynamic viscosity of water at 20°C is 1.00 cP