revolutions per hour to radians per second conversion

Conversion number between revolutions per hour [rph] and radians per second [rad/s] is 0.0017453292519943. This means, that revolutions per hour is smaller unit than radians per second.

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High precision conversion

If conversion between revolutions per hour to hertz and hertz to radians per second is exactly definied, high precision conversion from revolutions per hour to radians per second is enabled.

Since definition contain rounded number(s) too, there is no sense for high precision calculation, but if you want, you can enable it. Keep in mind, that converted number will be inaccurate due this rounding error!


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Convert Revolutions per hour to other unit:

revolutions per hour

Definition of revolutions per hour unit: = Hz/3600. The number of cycles or periodically repeating events occurring in one hour. Symbol rph (revolutions per hour), the value is 1/3600 Hertz.

Convert Radians per second to other unit:

radians per second

Definition of radians per second unit: = Hz/(2 × π). Radian per second is actually a unit of angular velocity, but radian can be treated as a dimensionless number. According to this, angular velocity can be converted directly into rotations per second. One hertz is equal to (2×π×rad) / s. [rad / s] is derived SI unit of measure.

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