Water viscosity is a measure of the resistance to flow exerted by water. Units of centipoise are used most often by petroleum engineers.
The viscosities of oilfield waters at reservoir conditions are low, virtually always less than one centipoise.
The Properties of Petroleum Fluids, McCain
|Input Value - Unit
|Link to Calculation Page
|Salinity (NaCl equivalent) Water salinity in parts per million of mass (ppmm)
|For temperature range from 86.5 to 167 F For pressures less than 14000 psi For salinities less than 260000 ppm