# how to find rpm from given angular velocityWatch

#1
kindly give the formula.

how to find rpm from given angular velocity
also..how to find angular velocity from given rpm
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6 years ago
#2
Angular Velocity = rpm x (2pi)/60

You can rearrange it to make rpm the subject.

rpm = Angular velocity / ((2pi)/60)
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2 years ago
#3
(Original post by Nugard123)
Angular Velocity = rpm x (2pi)/60

You can rearrange it to make rpm the subject.

rpm = Angular velocity / ((2pi)/60)
Can you give me the reason to use the number 60 there?
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2 years ago
#4
(Original post by praveen111)
Can you give me the reason to use the number 60 there?
60 seconds = 1 minute.

Dividing r.p.m. by 60 gives revolutions per second. (r.p.s.)

The formula is correct for stating angular velocity in degrees per second.
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1 year ago
#5
Because 60seconds make a minute since the unit of angular velocity is rad per secs
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1 year ago
#6
(Original post by Sullhak)
Because 60seconds make a minute since the unit of angular velocity is rad per secs
Polite reminder. Always check the original thread start date. The last post in this thread is nearly a year old. Thanks.
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