Degree hour To Revolution minute Converter

(deg·h to rev·min converter)

Convert Degree Hour to Revolution Minute

 From: deg/h To: rev/min

Effortlessly Convert Degrees per Hour to Revolutions per Minute

(Last Updated On: 2024-05-13)

Discover the ease of converting degree hours to revolution minutes with our precise tool, engineered by Newtum to simplify your calculations. Curious minds, get ready for a seamless conversion experience!

What are Degree hour and Revolution minute

Definition of Degree hour

A degree hour (deg·h) is a unit of angular velocity. It represents the amount of rotation in degrees that an object makes around a fixed axis in one hour. With 360 degrees in a full rotation, one degree hour equals one degree of rotation in 60 minutes, which is a slow rate of turning often used in astronomical and geophysical contexts.

Definition of Revolution minute

A revolution minute (rev·min) is a unit of angular velocity. It measures the number of full 360-degree rotations an object completes in one minute. This unit is commonly used in mechanical and engineering contexts to describe rotational speeds, such as those of wheels, gears, or motors.

Degree hour to Revolution minute Conversion Table

Degree hour (deg·h) Revolution minute (rev·min)
1 deg·h 0.01667 rev·min
2 deg·h 0.03333 rev·min
5 deg·h 0.08333 rev·min
10 deg·h 0.16667 rev·min
20 deg·h 0.33333 rev·min
50 deg·h 0.83333 rev·min
100 deg·h 1.66667 rev·min
200 deg·h 3.33333 rev·min
500 deg·h 8.33333 rev·min
1000 deg·h 16.66667 rev·min

Conversion of Degree hour to Revolution minute

1 deg·h = 0.01667 rev·min
1 rev·min = 60 deg·h

Example 1:
Convert 24 deg·h to rev·min:
24 deg·h = 24 × 0.01667 rev·min = 0.4 rev·min

Example 2:
Convert 360 deg·h to rev·min:
360 deg·h = 360 × 0.01667 rev·min = 6 rev·min

History of Degree hour and Revolution minute

The Degree hour to Revolution minute Converter is a testament to the evolution of measurement tools. Initially, conversion was manual, requiring knowledge of the mathematical relationships between units. As technology advanced, so did the convenience of such conversions, culminating in the creation of user-friendly web-based converters such as this one by Newtum, simplifying the process significantly.

How to use Degree hour to Revolution minute Converter

• Enter the value in degree hours (deg·h) into the converter.
• Click on the 'Convert' button to initiate the calculation.
• The converter will compute and display the equivalent value in revolution minutes (rev·min).
• Use the resulting conversion for your application or save it for future reference.

Real Life Applications of Degree hour to Revolution minute

Explore the practical applications where converting degree hours to revolution minutes is pivotal to achieving accuracy and efficiency.

• In astronomy, to calculate the rotation period of celestial bodies.
• In mechanical engineering, when designing gears and motors to synchronize rotation speeds.

Solved Examples deg·h to rev·min

Example 1: To convert 15 deg·h to rev·min:
15 deg·h = 15 × 0.01667 rev·min = 0.25 rev·min

Example 2: To convert 120 deg·h to rev·min:
120 deg·h = 120 × 0.01667 rev·min = 2 rev·min