How many decipoise in 1 kilogram/meter hour?
The answer is 0.027777777777778.
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The SI derived unit for dynamic viscosity is the pascal second.
1 pascal second is equal to 100 decipoise, or 3600 kilogram/meter hour.
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››Quick conversion chart of decipoise to kilogram/meter hour

1 decipoise to kilogram/meter hour = 36 kilogram/meter hour

2 decipoise to kilogram/meter hour = 72 kilogram/meter hour

3 decipoise to kilogram/meter hour = 108 kilogram/meter hour

4 decipoise to kilogram/meter hour = 144 kilogram/meter hour

5 decipoise to kilogram/meter hour = 180 kilogram/meter hour

6 decipoise to kilogram/meter hour = 216 kilogram/meter hour

7 decipoise to kilogram/meter hour = 252 kilogram/meter hour

8 decipoise to kilogram/meter hour = 288 kilogram/meter hour

9 decipoise to kilogram/meter hour = 324 kilogram/meter hour

10 decipoise to kilogram/meter hour = 360 kilogram/meter hour

The SI prefix "deci" represents a factor of
10^{-1}, or in exponential notation, 1E-1.

So 1 decipoise = 10^{-1} poise.

The definition of a poise is as follows:

The poise is a unit of dynamic viscosity in the CGS system of units. It is named after Jean Louis Marie Poiseuille. The analogous SI unit is the Pascal second. Water has a viscosity of 0.0089 poise at 25 °C, or 1 centipoise at 20 °C.

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