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Viscosity refers to the measure of a fluid's resistance to flow. Kinematic Viscosity is defined as the fluid's absolute that is divided by its density. The Kinematic Viscosity is denoted by the symbol 'v'. The kinematic viscosity is usually measured in stokes.

Table of Contents:

**v = m/p**

**Where,**

v = Kinematic Viscosity [m^{2}s-^{1}]

m = Dynamic Viscosity [Nsm-^{2}]

ρ = Density [kgm-^{3}]

The viscosity is the fluid resistance to shear or flow and is a measure of the adhesive/cohesive or frictional fluid property. This advanced online Kinematic Viscosity Calculator is used to calculate the resistance of fluid or density of the fluid by applying the kinematic formula.

**Example:**

Calculate the density of the fluid by using the kinematic formula.

Dynamic viscosity: 25 Nsm-^{2}

Kinematic viscosity: 20 m^{2}s-^{1}

**Solution:**

**Apply Formula:**

v = m/p

v= 25/20

v = 1.25 kgm-^{3}

**Density: 1.25 kgm- ^{3}**