radians per minute to kilohertz conversion

Conversion number between radians per minute [rad/min] and kilohertz [kHz] is 2.6525823848649 × 10-6. This means, that radians per minute is smaller unit than kilohertz.

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eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

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High precision conversion

If conversion between radians per minute to hertz and hertz to kilohertz is exactly definied, high precision conversion from radians per minute to kilohertz is enabled.

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radians per minute to kilohertz conversion chart

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radians per minutekilohertz
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102.6525823848649 × 10-5
205.3051647697298 × 10-5
307.9577471545948 × 10-5
400.0001061032953946
500.00013262911924325
600.0001591549430919
700.00018568076694054
800.00021220659078919
900.00023873241463784
1000.00026525823848649
1100.00029178406233514
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Convert Radians per minute to other unit:

radians per minute

Definition of radians per minute unit: = Hz/(2 × π × 60). Radian per minute is actually a unit of angular velocity, but since radian is dimensionless unit, rotations per minute can be calculated (the frequency).

Convert Kilohertz to other unit:

kilohertz

Definition of kilohertz unit: = 1000 Hz. Thousands of hertz. How many events (cycles) occur in 0.001 sec. Used for faster cycles. Example: Ultrasound sound more than 20 kHz.


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