# Viscosity - Dynamic Converter

Simplify dynamic viscosity conversions. Easily convert between different dynamic viscosity units to streamline your calculations.

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## Viscosity - Dynamic Unit Converter

**Description:**

A viscosity - dynamic unit converter is a tool designed to convert between different units of dynamic viscosity, which measures the resistance of a fluid to flow under an applied force or stress. Dynamic viscosity is a fundamental property of fluids and is crucial in various fields such as fluid mechanics, chemical engineering, and material science, where the behavior of fluids is analyzed and characterized.

**Units:**

- Pascal second [Pa*s]
- Kilogram-force second/square meter
- Newton second/square meter
- Millinewton second/square meter
- Dyne second/square centimeter
- Poise [P]
- Exapoise [EP]
- Petapoise [PP]
- Terapoise [TP]
- Gigapoise [GP]
- Megapoise [MP]
- Kilopoise [kP]
- Hectopoise [hP]
- Dekapoise [daP]
- Decipoise [dP]
- Centipoise [cP]
- Millipoise [mP]
- Micropoise [µP]
- Nanopoise [nP]
- Picopoise [pP]
- Femtopoise [fP]
- Attopoise [aP]
- Pound-force second/square inch
- Pound-force second/square foot
- Poundal second/square foot
- Gram/centimeter/second
- Slug/foot/second
- Pound/foot/second
- Pound/foot/hour [lb/(ft*h)]

**Formula:**

Dynamic viscosity ($\eta$) is calculated using various formulas depending on the units used. For example:

For converting between Pascal second and Poise:$1 \, \text{Pa*s} = 10 \, \text{Poise}$

For converting between Pound/foot/second and Poundal second/square foot:$1 \, \text{lb/(ft*s)} = 32.174 \, \text{Poundal second/square foot}$

**How to Convert:**

To convert between different units of dynamic viscosity, follow these steps:

- Identify the unit you have and the unit you want to convert to.
- Determine the conversion factor between the two units. This factor may involve simple multiplication or division.
- Multiply or divide the dynamic viscosity value by the conversion factor to obtain the equivalent value in the desired unit.

**Examples:**

**Conversion from Pascal second to Centipoise:**Conversion Factor: 1 Pascal second = 10 Centipoise$1 \, \text{Pa*s} = 10 \, \text{cP}$**Conversion from Pound/foot/second to Poundal second/square foot:**Conversion Factor: 1 Pound/foot/second = 32.174 Poundal second/square foot$1 \, \text{lb/(ft*s)} = 32.174 \, \text{lb*ft/s}^2$**Conversion from Poise to Pascal second:**Conversion Factor: 1 Poise = 0.1 Pascal second$1 \, \text{P} = 0.1 \, \text{Pa*s}$

By following these steps, you can accurately convert between various units of dynamic viscosity, facilitating analysis and communication in applications where fluid behavior is critical.