The **Acceleration Angular Converter** is a simple tool that uses the angular velocity equation to convert units. To use this converter, input any one of the following values:

- Angular Velocity (rad/s)
- Angular Acceleration (m/s2)
- Acceleration (m/s2)

If you want to calculate acceleration from another unit, enter one of these three values in order:

Angular Velocity (rad/s), Angular Acceleration (m/s2), or Acceleration (m/s2).

## Define Angular Acceleration Equation

**a = ∆ω ∆t**

Where a is angular acceleration, ω is the angular velocity and t time.

**Convert Angular Velocity** (rad/s) to Acceleration (m/s^).

**Input any one of the following values:**

[su_highlight background=”#fffc99″]Angular Velocity (rad/s), Angular Acceleration (m/s^), or Acceleration (m/s^).[/su_highlight]

The equation for converting between units is as follows: **a = ∆ω∆t**. This means that if you input your angular velocity, time, and change in tau, then it will result in an answer of accelerations. If you want to calculate anything else just enter other variables into this equation.

[su_note note_color=”#11a9fa” text_color=”#FFFFFF”]**For Example:** if you wanted to know what your final speed would be after accelerating at a constant rate over 20 seconds with an initial speed of 0 m/s, you would enter your initial speed as 0 m/s, angular acceleration (m/s^), and 20 seconds into the equation.[/su_note]

### What is the Acceleration Angular Converter?

The **Acceleration Angular Converter** is a calculator that can be used to convert units of acceleration (in meters per second squared) into units of angular acceleration.

The tool has the capability to do conversions in two directions: from angular to linear and from linear to angular. It also displays the magnitude and direction for both types of conversion, as well as the equation for converting between them.

This article will describe how this tool works and provide an example problem using it.

Acceleration Angular Converter: **Unit Conversion Tool** [su_highlight background=”#fffc99″]The Acceleration Angular Converter is a simple tool that uses the angular velocity equation to convert units.[/su_highlight]

To use this converter, input any one of the following values: – Angular Velocity (rad/s) – Angular Acceleration (m/s^(-)).

### How to Calculate Angular Acceleration

With the Acceleration Angular Converter (m/s^(-)).

Enter any one of these three values: angular velocity, angular acceleration, or acceleration.

The equation for converting between units is as follows: a = ∆ω∆t. If you want to calculate anything else just enter other variables into this equation.

[su_note note_color=”#11a9fa” text_color=”#FFFFFF”]**For Example:** Problem with the Acceleration Angular Converter **(m/s^(-))**. What will be your final speed after accelerating at a constant rate over 20 seconds with an initial speed of 0 m/s?[/su_note]

Input initial speeds and time into the equation a = ∆ω∆t which means that if you input your angular acceleration, change in tau, and a number of seconds then it will result in an answer of speed.

The initial speeds are 0 m/s and the time is 20 seconds which means that your angular acceleration (m/s^(-)), change in tau, and a number of seconds would be entered into the equation as follows: a = ∆ω ∆t.

After solving for velocity, your final velocity is 0.15 m/s which means that if you were to accelerate at a constant rate and it took 20 seconds, then after accelerating for this amount of time your speed would be approximately 15% faster than the initial speed.

[su_note note_color=”#11a9fa” text_color=”#FFFFFF”]**Note:** This example problem can also do conversions in reverse **(from linear to angular)** which is not shown here.[/su_note]

The Acceleration Angular Converter (m/s^(-)).

**Enter Any one of These Three Values:** angular velocity, angular acceleration, or acceleration. – The equation for converting between units is as follows: a = ∆ω∆t. If you want to calculate anything else just enter other variables into this equation.

### Importance of Angular Acceleration Converter

The Angular Acceleration Converter provides an easy way to convert acceleration units. It’s important because it makes the calculations very simple and can be done without having to use other tools or equations.

Example Problem with the **Angular Velocity Calculator (rad/s)**: What will be your final speed after accelerating at a constant rate over 20 seconds with an initial speed of 0 m/s?

Input initial speeds and time into the equation a = ∆ω ∆t which means that if you input your angular velocity, change in tau, and a number of seconds then it will result in an answer of speed.

The initial speeds are 0 m/s and the time is 20 seconds which means that your angular velocity (rad/s), change in tau, and a number of seconds would be entered into the equation as follows: a = ∆ω∆t.

### Angular Acceleration Formula With Radius

A formula to calculate angular acceleration is to use the following equation: a = ∆ω ∆t. If you want to calculate anything else just enter other variables into this equation.

A formula for angular velocity with radius can also be used as follows, v=ωr which means that if you input your angular velocity and radius then it will result in or answer of speed.

[su_highlight background=”#fffc99″]The Angular Acceleration Converter provides an easy way to convert units between linear and rotational motion without needing outside sources/equations/formulas.[/su_highlight]

It’s important because it makes converting simple calculations very helpful when doing problems involving physics-related concepts such as torque, a moment of inertia, etc…

### Complete List of Acceleration To Angular Units for Conversion

**Radian / Square Second**

- 1 Radian/Square Minute = 0.0002777778 Radian/Square Second
radian/Square Minute to Radian/Square Second, Radian/Square Second to Radian/Square Minute
- 1 Revolution/Square Second = 6.2831853069 Radian/Square Second
Revolution/Square Second to Radian/Square Second, Radian/Square Second to Revolution/Square Second
- 1 Revolution/Minute/Second = 0.1047197551 Radian/Square Second
Revolution/Minute/Second to Radian/Square Second, Radian/Square Second to Revolution/Minute/Second
- 1 Revolution/Square Minute = 0.0017453293 Radian/Square Second
Revolution/Square Minute to Radian/Square Second, Radian/Square Second to Revolution/Square Minute