(Last Updated On: 2024-05-13)

Experience the ease of converting rotational speeds from revolutions per hour (r/h) to revolutions per second (r/s) with our precise tool, crafted by Newtum.

An hour is a unit of time conventionally reckoned as 1/24 of a day and scientifically reckoned as 3,600 seconds. It is a long-standing measure that has been used by various cultures and civilizations, reflecting the division of the day's cycle as the earth rotates. Hours are most commonly understood as periods of time equal to 60 minutes, where each minute is equal to 60 seconds, aggregating to a total of 3,600 seconds in one hour.

A second is the base unit of time in the International System of Units (SI), commonly understood as 1/60th of a minute. It is defined by taking the fixed numerical value of the cesium frequency, which is the unperturbed ground-state hyperfine transition frequency of the cesium-133 atom, to be 9,192,631,770 when expressed in the unit Hz, which is equal to s^-1. This definition links the second to the fundamental properties of nature and provides for a stable and precise timekeeping standard.

Revolutions per Hour (r/h) | Revolutions per Second (r/s) |
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1 r/h | 0.000277778 r/s |

10 r/h | 0.00277778 r/s |

100 r/h | 0.0277778 r/s |

500 r/h | 0.138889 r/s |

1000 r/h | 0.277778 r/s |

5000 r/h | 1.38889 r/s |

10000 r/h | 2.77778 r/s |

50000 r/h | 13.8889 r/s |

100000 r/h | 27.7778 r/s |

500000 r/h | 138.889 r/s |

1 r/h = 0.000277778 r/s

1 r/s = 3600 r/h

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Example 1:
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Convert 60 r/h to r/s:

60 r/h = 60 Ã— 0.000277778 r/s = 0.0166667 r/s

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Example 2:
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Convert 180 r/h to r/s:

180 r/h = 180 Ã— 0.000277778 r/s = 0.05 r/s

A brief history of the Revolution hour to Revolution second Converter reflects the evolution of time measurement and the need for precise unit conversions in various fields such as engineering and science. The tool embodies the advancement from using large, natural time cycles to more precise and practical units, allowing for efficient and accurate conversions that are vital in technical calculations and machinery operations.

- Enter the number of revolutions per hour (r/h) into the converter.
- Click the 'Convert' button to initiate the calculation.
- The tool will compute and display the equivalent revolutions per second (r/s).
- Review the result, which is now in the desired time-based rotational speed unit.
- Use the converted value for your calculations, data analysis, or record-keeping.

Discover the practicality of the Revolution hour to Revolution second Converter and its applications across various industries.

- Monitoring and controlling industrial machinery where rotational speeds need to be adjusted from hours to seconds for precision.
- Scientific research involving rotational dynamics where accurate conversion between different time-based units is crucial.

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Example 1:
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To convert 2,400 r/h to r/s:

2,400 r/h = 2,400 Ã— 0.000277778 r/s = 0.666667 r/s

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Example 2:
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To convert 36,000 r/h to r/s:

36,000 r/h = 36,000 Ã— 0.000277778 r/s = 10 r/s

- What is the purpose of the Revolution hour to Revolution second Converter?
- This tool is designed to convert rotational speeds from hours to seconds, providing precise measurements for technical applications.
- How accurate is the Revolution hour to Revolution second Converter?
- The converter is highly accurate, using a standard conversion factor to ensure reliable results.
- Can I use this converter for academic research?
- Yes, this converter is ideal for scientific and academic purposes where precise unit conversion is required.