# Revolution To Degree Converter

(rpm to deg/h converter)

## Convert Revolution/Minute to Degree/Hour

 From: rev/min To: deg/h

## Effortlessly Convert RPM to Degrees per Hour with the Newtum Revolution Minute to Degree Hour Converter

(Last Updated On: 2024-05-13)

Discover the seamless conversion from RPM to deg/h with our Revolution Minute to Degree Hour Converter, designed to intrigue and engage users in accurate unit translations.

### What are Revolution and Degree

Definition of Revolution

A revolution is a complete turn or rotation of an object around a central axis. It represents a 360-degree rotation and is often used to describe the movement of gears, wheels, or celestial objects. In physics, one revolution translates to the movement along a circular path, returning to the original position.

Definition of Degree

A degree is a unit of measurement for angles, representing 1/360 of a full rotation or circle. Degrees are used to quantify the size of an angle, with a full circle encompassing 360 degrees. It is a fundamental concept in geometry, navigation, and various engineering disciplines.

### Revolution to Degree Conversion Table

Revolutions per Minute (rpm) Degrees per Hour (deg/h)
1 rpm 6,000 deg/h
2 rpm 12,000 deg/h
5 rpm 30,000 deg/h
10 rpm 60,000 deg/h
20 rpm 120,000 deg/h
50 rpm 300,000 deg/h
100 rpm 600,000 deg/h
200 rpm 1,200,000 deg/h
500 rpm 3,000,000 deg/h
1000 rpm 6,000,000 deg/h

#### Conversion of Revolution to Degree

1 rpm = 6,000 deg/h
1 deg/h = 0.00016667 rpm

Example 1:
Convert 10 rpm to deg/h:
10 rpm = 10 × 6,000 deg/h = 60,000 deg/h

Example 2:
Convert 50 rpm to deg/h:
50 rpm = 50 × 6,000 deg/h = 300,000 deg/h

### History of Revolution and Degree

The concept of revolutions per minute (rpm) to degrees per hour (deg/h) conversion stems from the need to relate rotational speed to angular displacement over time. Historically, this has been crucial for engineering, astronomy, and navigation, providing a way to quantify and compare rotational phenomena in various units of measurement.

### How to use Revolution to Degree Converter

• Enter the value in revolutions per minute (rpm) into the designated field.
• Click the 'Convert' button to initiate the conversion.
• View the result presented in degrees per hour (deg/h).
• Use the converted value as needed for your calculations or records.

### Real Life Applications of Revolution to Degree

Explore the practical applications of the Revolution Minute to Degree Hour Converter and discover its significance in real-world scenarios.

• Calculating the angular displacement of satellite antennas over time for precise positioning.
• Determining the rotation speed of wind turbine blades in degrees per hour to assess efficiency.

### Solved Examples rpm to deg/h

Example 1:
Convert 120 rpm to deg/h:
120 rpm = 120 × 6,000 deg/h = 720,000 deg/h

Example 2:
Convert 300 rpm to deg/h:
300 rpm = 300 × 6,000 deg/h = 1,800,000 deg/h

## FAQs for Revolution Minute to Degree Hour Converter

Q1: What is the Revolution Minute to Degree Hour Converter used for?
A1: It is used to convert rotational speed from rpm to angular displacement in deg/h.

Q2: How accurate is the conversion?
A2: The conversion is mathematically precise, ensuring accuracy in the results.

Q3: Can I convert deg/h back to rpm using this converter?
A3: Yes, the tool also allows for the reverse conversion from deg/h to rpm.