Kinematic viscosity is the measure of the ratio of absolute or dynamic viscosity to density. It is a quantity in which no forces were involved. To find the kinematics velocity, enter the values for initial velocity, acceleration and displacement. This velocity can be found by dividing the absolute or dynamic viscosity by the fluid mass density. Use our online kinematic velocity calculator to find the Kinematics velocity/final velocity by using the Kinematics Equation.
Find the kinematic velocity if the initial velocity is 5m/s, acceleration is 15m/s2 and the displacement is 20m?
vf =√( 5 × 5 )+( 2 × ( 15 × 20 ))