# Revolution To Degree Converter

(r/h to deg/day converter)

## Convert Revolution/Hour to Degree/Day

 From: rev/h To: deg/d

## Seamlessly Convert Revolutions per Hour to Degree Days

(Last Updated On: 2024-05-13)

Discover the ease of converting r/h to deg/day with our Revolution hour to Degree day Converter, engineered by Newtum. Unleash the potential to seamlessly translate rotational movements into thermal time units. Get curious, and let's explore how this tool simplifies complex conversions!

### What are Revolution and Degree

Definition of Revolution

A 'Revolution' represents a complete turn or rotation around an axis, completing a full 360-degree cycle. In various contexts, such as mechanics or astronomy, it quantifies the number of times an object spins entirely around its axis. Revolution is a fundamental concept in rotational motion and is often used to describe the performance of engines, wheels, or celestial objects.

Definition of Degree

A 'Degree' is a unit of measurement for angles and is one 360th of a full rotation. It's symbolized by a small superscript circle (°). Degrees measure the separation between two intersecting lines originating from the same point, often used in geography, astronomy, and engineering to denote latitude, longitude, and angular displacement.

### Revolution to Degree Conversion Table

Revolution hour (r/h) Degree day (deg/day)
1 r/h 15 deg/day
2 r/h 30 deg/day
3 r/h 45 deg/day
4 r/h 60 deg/day
5 r/h 75 deg/day
6 r/h 90 deg/day
7 r/h 105 deg/day
8 r/h 120 deg/day
9 r/h 135 deg/day
10 r/h 150 deg/day

#### Conversion of Revolution to Degree

1 r/h = 15 deg/day
1 deg/day = 0.0667 r/h

Example 1:
Convert 2 r/h to deg/day:
2 r/h = 2 × 15 deg/day = 30 deg/day

Example 2:
Convert 5 r/h to deg/day:
5 r/h = 5 × 15 deg/day = 75 deg/day

### History of Revolution and Degree

The concept of measuring rotational speed in revolutions per hour and converting it to degree days is not historical but rather a practical application. This conversion is particularly useful in the field of engineering and technology, where understanding the relationship between rotational movements and thermal time units is essential.

### How to use Revolution to Degree Converter

• Enter the value in revolutions per hour (r/h) into the converter.
• Click the 'Convert' button to initiate the conversion process.
• View the converted value in degree days (deg/day) displayed on the screen.
• If necessary, you can convert back by entering the degree day value and selecting the appropriate conversion direction.

### Real Life Applications of Revolution to Degree

Engage with our Revolution hour to Degree day Converter to witness practical applications in real-world scenarios where precise conversion is crucial.

• Calculating the energy consumption of rotating machinery over time.
• Estimating the heating or cooling requirements for climate control systems based on rotational data.

### Solved Examples r/h to deg/day

Example 1:
Convert 10 r/h to deg/day:
10 r/h = 10 × 15 deg/day = 150 deg/day

Example 2:
Convert 4 r/h to deg/day:
4 r/h = 4 × 15 deg/day = 60 deg/day