Unit | TPa s |
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Name | terapascal second |

Category | Dynamic Viscosity |

Details | A terapascal second (TPa s) is a unit of dynamic viscosity used to describe a fluid's resistance to flow or deformation. Dynamic viscosity is an important property of fluids and plays a significant role in fluid mechanics, particularly when characterizing the behavior of liquids and gases. The unit TPa s represents the viscosity of a fluid when a shear stress of one terapascal (1 TPa, or 1 trillion pascals) is applied and results in a shear rate of one inverse second (1 s⁻¹). In the International System of Units (SI), dynamic viscosity is typically measured in pascal seconds (Pa s). However, for very large or very small values, other units may be required. In particular, terapascal seconds (TPa s) are used when dealing with extremely high values of dynamic viscosity. To give some context, 1 TPa s is equal to 1,000,000,000,000 Pa s (1 trillion pascal seconds). This is a large value of viscosity, indicating that the fluid is highly resistant to flow or deformation. Most common fluids, like water and air, have much smaller viscosities, typically measured in the range of millipascal seconds (mPa s). |

TPa s(terapascal second) to aP(attopoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to aPa s(attopascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to cP(centipoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to cPa s(centipascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to daP(decapoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to daPa s(decapascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to dP(decipoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to dPa s(decipascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to EP(exapoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to EPa s(exapascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to fP(femtopoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to fPa s(femtopascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to GP(gigapoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to GPa s(gigapascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to hP(hectopoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to hPa s(hectopascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to kP(kilopoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to kPa s(kilopascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to MP(megapoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to mP(millipoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to MPa s(megapascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to mPa s(millipascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to nP(nanopoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to nPa s(nanopascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to P(poise)TPa s(terapascal second) to Pa s(pascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to PP(petapoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to pP(picopoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to PPa s(petapascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to pPa s(picopascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to TP(terapoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to yP(yoctopoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to YP(yottapoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to yPa s(yoctopascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to YPa s(yottapascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to zP(zeptopoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to ZP(zettapoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to zPa s(zeptopascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to ZPa s(zettapascal second)TPa s(terapascal second) to µP(micropoise)TPa s(terapascal second) to µPa s(micropascal second)