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Viscosity

Technically, the viscosity of oil is a measure of the oil’s resistance to shear, but is more commonly known as resistance to flow. A high viscosity implies a high resistance to flow while a low viscosity indicates a low resistance to flow. Viscosity varies inversely with temperature. Viscosity is also affected by pressure; higher pressure causes the viscosity to increase, and subsequently the load-carrying capacity of the oil also increases. This property enables use of thin oils to lubricate heavy machinery. The load carrying capacity also increases as operating speed of the lubricated machinery is increased.

Viscosity may be considered the most important physical property of a lubricant because it determines the lubricant load carrying ability as well as its ability to flow through a lubricant system.

 

 

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