The table below can be used to convert between kinematic viscosity units:
|Convert from||Multiply with|
|m2/sec||m2/min||m2/hour||stokes (cm2/sec)||centiStokes (cSt)||cm2/hour||cm2/min|
|m2/sec||1||60||3600||10000||1000000||3.6 107||6 105|
|cm2/hour||2.8 10-8||1.7 10-6||10-4||2.7 10-4||2.7 10-2||1||0.0167|
|in2/sec||6.45 10-4||0.039||2.32||6.45||645||2.3 104||387|
|in2/min||1.1 10-5||6.45 10-4||0.039||0.11||11||387||6.45|
|in2/hour||1.79 10-7||1.1 10-5||6.45 10-4||1.79 10-3||1.79 10-1||6.45||0.11|
|ft2/sec||0.093||5.56||333.3||926||92600||3.33 106||5.56 104|
|ft2/hour||2.6 10-5||1.55 10-3||0.09||0.26||26||928||15.5|
|Convert from||Multiply with|
|m2/sec||1550||9.3 104||5.58 106||10.8||646||38800|
|cm2/hour||4.3 10-5||0.0026||0.155||3 10-7||1.79 10-5||0.0011|
|in2/min||0.017||1||60||1.2 10-4||6.9 10-3||0.42|
|in2/hour||2.8 10-4||0.017||1||1.9 10-6||1.16 10-4||6.95 10-3|
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