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Velocity of Fluid when Shear Stress is known
Fluid Velocity=(Distance between the Fluid Layers*Shear Stress)/Dynamic Viscosity GO
Shear Stress between any two thin sheets of Fluid
Shear Stress=Velocity Gradient*Dynamic Viscosity GO
Velocity Gradient when Shear Stress is Known
Velocity Gradient=Shear Stress/Dynamic Viscosity GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Dynamic Viscosity when Kinematic Viscosity is Known
Dynamic Viscosity=Mass Density of Fluid*Kinematic Viscosity GO

Dynamic Viscosity when Shear Stress is known Formula

Dynamic Viscosity=Shear Stress/Velocity Gradient
μ=τ/dv/dy
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Absolute Temperature of Gas GO
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Specific Weight using Equation of State when Absolute Pressure is Known GO
Shear Stress between any two thin sheets of Fluid GO
Velocity Gradient when Shear Stress is Known GO
Velocity Gradient GO
Velocity of Fluid when Shear Stress is known GO
Kinematic Viscosity GO
Dynamic Viscosity when Kinematic Viscosity is Known GO
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Bulk Modulus of Elasticity GO
Compressibility of a Fluid GO
Compressibility of Fluid when Bulk Modulus of Elasticity is Known GO
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Pressure Intensity inside a liquid Jet GO
Surface Tension when Pressure Intensity inside a Droplet is Known GO
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Capillary Rise or Depression of a Fluid GO
Capillary Rise when contact is between Water and Glass GO
Capillary Rise or Depression when a Tube is inserted in two Liquids GO
Surface Tension when Capillary Rise or Depression is Known GO
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What are the types of Viscosity in Fluid Mechanics?

Viscosity is a fundamental material property when studying fluid flow for any application. The two most common types of viscosity are dynamic and kinematic. Dynamic Viscosity. Dynamic viscosity measures the ratio of the shear stress to the shear rate for a fluid. Kinematic Viscosity. Kinematic viscosity measures the ratio of the viscous force to the inertial force on the fluid.

How to Calculate Dynamic Viscosity when Shear Stress is known?

Dynamic Viscosity when Shear Stress is known calculator uses Dynamic Viscosity=Shear Stress/Velocity Gradient to calculate the Dynamic Viscosity, The Dynamic Viscosity when Shear Stress is known formula is defined as a measure of the viscosity of a fluid. SI unit of dynamic viscosity: [η] = Pascal-second (Pa*s) = N*s/m² = kg/m*s. Dynamic Viscosity and is denoted by μ symbol.

How to calculate Dynamic Viscosity when Shear Stress is known using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Dynamic Viscosity when Shear Stress is known, enter Shear Stress (τ) and Velocity Gradient (dv/dy) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Dynamic Viscosity when Shear Stress is known calculation can be explained with given input values -> 10 = 100/10.

FAQ

What is Dynamic Viscosity when Shear Stress is known?
The Dynamic Viscosity when Shear Stress is known formula is defined as a measure of the viscosity of a fluid. SI unit of dynamic viscosity: [η] = Pascal-second (Pa*s) = N*s/m² = kg/m*s and is represented as μ=τ/dv/dy or Dynamic Viscosity=Shear Stress/Velocity Gradient. Shear stress is defined as a force per unit area, acting parallel to the fluid layers and Velocity Gradient is difference in velocity between adjacent layers of the fluid.
How to calculate Dynamic Viscosity when Shear Stress is known?
The Dynamic Viscosity when Shear Stress is known formula is defined as a measure of the viscosity of a fluid. SI unit of dynamic viscosity: [η] = Pascal-second (Pa*s) = N*s/m² = kg/m*s is calculated using Dynamic Viscosity=Shear Stress/Velocity Gradient. To calculate Dynamic Viscosity when Shear Stress is known, you need Shear Stress (τ) and Velocity Gradient (dv/dy). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Shear Stress and Velocity Gradient and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Dynamic Viscosity?
In this formula, Dynamic Viscosity uses Shear Stress and Velocity Gradient. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Dynamic Viscosity=Mass Density of Fluid*Kinematic Viscosity
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