cp = 0.50 Btu/(lbm oF)
k = 0.06 (Btu/(h ft2 oF/ft)
Dynamic viscosity can be converted from cP to lbm/(ft h) as
μ = 15 (cP) (2.4191 (lbm/(ft hr)) / (1 cP))
= 36.3 lb/(ft hr)
The Prandtl Number can be calculated as
Pr = 36.3 (lb/(ft hr)) 0.50 Btu/(lbm oF) / 0.06 (Btu/(h ft2 oF/ft)
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