# Degree hour To Revolution second Converter

(deg·h to rev/s converter)

## Convert Degree/Day to Revolution/Second

 From: deg/d To: rev/s

## Effortlessly Convert Degrees per Hour to Revolutions per Second

(Last Updated On: 2024-05-13)

Discover the ease of converting rotational units with the Degree hour to Revolution second Converter. Developed by Newtum, this tool simplifies complex conversions, sparking your curiosity to explore more.

### What are Degree hour and Revolution second

Definition of Degree hour

A Degree hour (deg·h) is a unit of angular velocity. It represents the movement of an object at one degree of arc per hour. To visualize, imagine the minute hand of a clock; as it moves from one minute mark to the next, it covers an angle of six degrees. If it took an hour to move that distance, it would be traveling at one degree per hour.

Definition of Revolution second

A Revolution second (rev/s) is a unit of angular velocity. It measures the number of complete rotations an object makes in one second. For instance, a spinning wheel that completes two full turns in one second is rotating at a speed of 2 rev/s. This unit is crucial in various fields, including mechanical engineering and physics, to describe rotational speeds.

### Degree hour to Revolution second Conversion Table

Degree hour (deg·h) Revolution second (rev/s)
1 deg·h 0.000277778 rev/s
10 deg·h 0.00277778 rev/s
20 deg·h 0.00555556 rev/s
50 deg·h 0.0138889 rev/s
100 deg·h 0.0277778 rev/s
200 deg·h 0.0555556 rev/s
500 deg·h 0.138889 rev/s
1000 deg·h 0.277778 rev/s
5000 deg·h 1.38889 rev/s
10000 deg·h 2.77778 rev/s

#### Conversion of Degree hour to Revolution second

1 deg·h = 0.000277778 rev/s
1 rev/s = 3600 deg·h

Example 1:
Convert 120 deg·h to rev/s:
120 deg·h = 120 × 0.000277778 rev/s = 0.0333334 rev/s

Example 2:
Convert 450 deg·h to rev/s:
450 deg·h = 450 × 0.000277778 rev/s = 0.125 rev/s

### History of Degree hour and Revolution second

The Degree hour to Revolution second Converter is rooted in the need to translate rotational movement across different units of measurement. Historically, engineers and scientists have needed a consistent method to convert between these units to accurately describe and analyze rotational dynamics in machinery and physical systems.

### How to use Degree hour to Revolution second Converter

• Enter the value in Degree hour (deg·h) in the designated field.
• Click on the 'Convert' button to initiate the conversion.
• View the result displayed in Revolution second (rev/s).
• Use the converted value as needed for calculations or analysis.

### Real Life Applications of Degree hour to Revolution second

The Degree hour to Revolution second Converter has practical applications across various industries.

• Calculating the rotational speed of celestial bodies for astronomical observations.
• Designing and testing mechanical systems where precise rotational speeds are critical.

### Solved Examples deg·h to rev/s

Example 1:
Converting 360 deg·h to rev/s:
360 deg·h = 360 × 0.000277778 rev/s = 0.1 rev/s

Example 2:
Converting 1800 deg·h to rev/s:
1800 deg·h = 1800 × 0.000277778 rev/s = 0.5 rev/s

## FAQs for Degree hour to Revolution second Converter

What is a Degree hour (deg·h)?
A Degree hour is a unit of angular velocity representing one degree of arc movement per hour.
How accurate is the deg·h to rev/s conversion?
The conversion is mathematically precise, ensuring accurate results based on the provided values.
Can I convert rev/s back to deg·h using this tool?
Yes, the tool can also perform the inverse conversion from rev/s to deg·h.