## Seamlessly Convert Revolutions to Grads with Precision

(Last Updated On: 2024-04-01)

Discover the ease of converting revolutions to grads with our 'Rev to Grad' tool. Developed by Newtum, this intuitive converter simplifies your calculations, sparking curiosity to explore more.

### What are Revolution and Grad

Definition of Revolution

A revolution is a complete turn or rotation of an object around an axis. Typically, it is used to measure the number of full rotations a spinning object makes. In terms of angular measurements, one revolution represents 360 degrees, 2π radians, or 400 gradians.

A grad, also known as a gon or grade, is a unit of angular measurement. One grad represents 1/400 of a full rotation or circle. Therefore, a right angle, which is 90 degrees, is equivalent to 100 gradians, making the grad a convenient unit for various applications.

### Revolution to Grad Conversion Table

0.01 rev 4 gon
0.1 rev 40 gon
0.25 rev 100 gon
0.5 rev 200 gon
0.75 rev 300 gon
1 rev 400 gon
1.25 rev 500 gon
1.5 rev 600 gon
1.75 rev 700 gon
2 rev 800 gon

#### Conversion of Revolution to Grad

1 rev = 400 gon
1 gon = 0.0025 rev

Example 1:
Convert 0.5 rev to gon:
0.5 rev = 0.5 Ã— 400 gon = 200 gon

Example 2:
Convert 1.25 rev to gon:
1.25 rev = 1.25 Ã— 400 gon = 500 gon

### History of Revolution and Grad

The 'Revolution to Grad Converter' traces its history to the need for precise angular measurements. It emerged as an essential tool for fields requiring fine divisions of the circle, such as surveying and engineering, paving the way for its widespread use today.

### How to use Revolution to Grad Converter

• Enter the number of revolutions in the designated input field.
• Click the 'Convert' button to initiate the calculation.
• View the converted value displayed in gradians.
• Use the conversion result for your application or recalculate as needed.

### Real Life Applications of Revolution to Grad

The 'Rev to Grad' converter facilitates accurate angular conversions, proving essential in real-world applications where precision is key.

• Surveying and land measurement where precise angular calculations are required.
• Engineering projects involving gear and motor rotations.
• Academic purposes to teach and understand angular measurements.

### Solved Examples rev to grad

Example 1: To convert 2 revolutions to gradians: 2 rev × 400 gon/rev = 800 gon.

Example 2: To convert 0.75 revolutions to gradians: 0.75 rev × 400 gon/rev = 300 gon.

## FAQs - Revolution to Grad Converter

Q1: What is a revolution?
A: A revolution is a full rotation of an object around its axis, equating to 400 gradians.

Q2: How many gradians are in a revolution?
A: One revolution is equal to 400 gradians.

Q3: Is this converter tool free to use?
A: Yes, our 'Rev to Grad' converter is completely free for all users.