Online calculator, figures and tables showing dynamic and kinematic viscosity of ethylene, C2H4, also called ethene or acetene, at varying temperature and pressure - Imperial and SI Units
For further definitions, go to Absolute (dynamic) and kinematic viscosity. Absolute or dynamic viscosity is used to calculate Reynold's Number to determine if a fluid flow is laminar, transient or turbulent.
Online Ethylene Viscosity Calculator
The calculator below can be used to calculate ethylene dynamic or kinematic viscosity at given temperatures and atmospheric pressure.
The atmospheric boiling point of ethylene is -104 °C (-155 °F), which gives a shift in viscosity at that temperature.
The output dynamic viscosity is given as Pa*s, N*s/m2, cP, mPa*s, lbf*s/ft2 and lbm/(ft*h),
while the kinematic viscosity is given as cSt, m2/s, and ft2/s