Viscocisty is the physical properties of fluids (oil in this case) to resist flow. This can better be described as thickness. It is known that this property changes when the fluid (oil) rises in temperature. Viscosity is how THICK the oil is. Thin oil flows like water, thicker oil starts to flow more like honey. Lower numbers tend to be more like water.
Oil viscosity decreases when temperature of oil is increasing.
dilution will reduce the viscosity The effect of dilution on viscosity of oil is that it will decrease.
How to determine viscosity of coconut oil
As temperature increases, the Viscosity of Oil will Decrease.
The ease with which it flows or how thin or thick it is. the more solid it is the higher the viscosity. As in Oil the thicker it is the higher the viscosity machine oil low viscosity, gearbox oil high viscosity.
What oil viscosity is correct for dodge neon 1995
hi brooklyn, the viscosity of motor oil is how quickly it flows
Viscosity is resistance to flow of oil Viscosity Index is a scale to measure viscosity
the higher the SAE number, the thicker the oil and higher the viscosity of the oil.
5W-30 is the preferred oil viscosity
To determine the viscosity of coconut oil measure how sticky or thick it is.
Low viscosity oil flows easier when it is cold but become thinner when it is hot.
Cooking oil has a semi-thick viscosity. It is thicker than water.
The 2012 Fiat500 has an oil viscosity sensor screwwd into the oil pan.
Check the oil filler cap or the owners manual for recommended viscosity.
Viscosity refers to the consistency of a substance due to its internal friction. The viscosity of kerosene oil is 0.00164 Newton second per square meter.
The viscosity of oil allow fowing.
The "recommended" vicosity oil is 20w50, but check with a shop other viscosity oil may be used.
viscosity is the fluid resistance against flowoil viscosity units is centipoise or centistoke (cp)
The importance of viscosity is that without it, lube oil will not have good quality...?
The higher the number the higher the viscosity.
Oil viscosity depends on it's temperature. The higher the oil temperature is, leads to higher viscosity and low flow resistance. Cold oil temperature leads to lower viscosity and higher flow resistance
Yes. If the temperature changes enough, the viscosity of oil will change, too. Oil is designed to resist changes in viscosity with temperature changes, at least to a degree. But if the change (either hotter or colder) is extreme, then the viscocity will most certainly change. And, as you'd expect, as it gets hotter, the viscosity of oil decreases (it get thinner), and as it gets colder, the viscosity of oil increases (it gets thicker).