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Viscosity at 20°C/68°F and 50°C/122°F for more than 120 crudes is shown as function of specific gravity@15°C/60°F.
Densities of solids, liquids and gases. Definitions and convertion calculators.
Material properties of gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more.
Viscosities of products and chemical species at varying conditions.
Convert between dynamic or absolute viscosity units - Poiseuille, Poise, centPoise and more.
API expresses the gravity or density of liquid petroleum products. Online API to Specific Gravity calculator.
Hydrodynamic losses through pumps depends on fluid viscosities.
Variations in crude oil density are shown as function of temperatur, together with volume correction factors.
Content of nickel and vanadium in more than 120 crudes as function of specific gravity@15°C/60°F.
An overview of common test methods and typical ranges of variation of petroleum quality parameters. What, why and how do the different test?
Online density converter with commonly used units.
An introduction to density, specific weight and specific gravity.
Convert dynamic viscosity values between units like
Poiseuille - Poise - centiPoise and more.
Viscosities and densities of ISO - and equivalent SAE grade oils.
Convert between Centistokes, Saybolt and Redwood seconds.
Convert between kinematic viscosity units like centistokes, poise, lentor and more.
Absolute (dynamic) viscosity values for some common fluids.
Kinematic viscosities of some common liquids like motor oil, diesel fuel, peanut oil and many more.
Specific gravities for common fluids like acetone, alcohol, turpentine, oil and more.
Convert between commonly used oil viscosity units.
An overview of common test methods and specifications of petroleum fuels. What, why and how do the different test?
Vicosity is a fluid's resistance to flow and can be valued as dynamic (absolute) or kinematic.
Yields of different crude oil distillation cuts are plotted as function of whole crude specific gravity. Fractions based on European and North American markets, and the typical differences in crude oil fractionation in the two markets are also shown.
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