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To convert RPM to RCF you need to know the rotational radius of the item that is spinning. Then you can use the following calculation: RCF = 0.00001118 * r * RPM2 (…where r = rotational radius in cm) or I have found a neat little calculator that does it for you. http://www.djblabcare.co.uk/djb/info/6/User_Tools Brads
rev = 1/60 * 2 * pi * rad/s
RPM Revs Per Minute (how many times it spins round) is all to do with the cogs or gears linking the motor to the end shaft. The smaller the gear the greater rpm the bigg…er the gear the slower rpm. Someone although did tell me that 3000 rpm is 80 mph but that is false, it all depends on the gears.
ex. convert 136rpm to rad/s 136rpm x 2pie =854.5132018 divide 854. etc... to 60s u get 14.2 rad/s
It depends upon the circumference of the rotating object such as a wheel. Deriving the formula, let the radius of the wheel be r then, the circumference of a circle is =… (2 X (pi) X r) the total distance covered by the wheel in one min = (2 X (pi) X r) X rpm now, if the object's diameter is measured in meters then the formula would be, (2 X (pi) X r X rpm X 60) / 1000 else if in different unit then just convert it to meters
Using an alternator.
sfm = (diameter x RPM )/3.82 MPM = sfm/3.27
You cant. One is a measure of rotational speed and the other is a measure of applied torque. You could convert Nm to Ft-lbs or In-lbs.
You can't convert rpm to mph because they measure different things. Rpm (revolutions per minutes) measure how fast an object (such as a crankshaft) spins. ph measures distance… traveled in miles per hour. If you were talking about distance traveled by the crankshaft itself, the object as a whold might not be going anywhere, although any point on the crankshaft goes around and around. But a point near the axis or center line of the shaft travels less that a point far from the axis. If you are talking about mph that a car is traveling related to the spinning of the crankshaft, it depends on what gear the car is in.
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It depends on the size of your rotor g=(1.118x10^-5)xradius of rotor in cm x speed of centrifuge in rev/min^2
There is no standard conversion between the two.
The answer depends on what min -1 is measuring, but is likely to be 1 min -1 = 1 rpm.
It is not possible. Radians are a measure of angular displacement while rpm is a measure of the rate of change of angular displacement. The question is like asking to convert… speed into distance.