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Viscosity is an internal property of a fluid that offers resistance to flow.
The viscosity of a liquid usually depends on its temperature. Viscosity generally decreases as the temperature increases and generally increases as the temperature decreases. For many heat transfer applications the lower temperature limit (pumpability limit) is set when the fluid viscosity reaches the value of 20 cP (11 – 12 cSt).

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Related Topics: Galden

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