Easily convert frequencies from hertz (Hz) to radians per second (rad/s). This online tool simplifies the process of converting between these units, making it convenient for angular frequency calculations. Upgrade your conversions by effortlessly calculating the equivalent value in radians per second for a given frequency in hertz.

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## What is Hertz to radian/sec conversion

Hertz (Hz) and radians per second (rad/s) are both units of angular frequency. The conversion between these two units depends on the type of angular motion being considered.

For simple harmonic motion, where the angular velocity is directly proportional to the frequency, the conversion factor is 2π. Therefore:

Angular frequency in rad/s = Frequency in Hz × 2π

Conversely:

Frequency in Hz = Angular frequency in rad/s / (2π)

For example, let's say we have a frequency of 10 Hz and want to convert it to radians per second:

Angular frequency in rad/s = 10 Hz × 2π ≈ 62.83 rad/s

Similarly, if we have an angular frequency of 100 rad/s and want to convert it to Hertz:

Frequency in Hz = 100 rad/s / (2π) ≈ 15.92 Hz

Remember, this conversion factor specifically applies to simple harmonic motion. For other types of angular motion or more complex systems, the relationship between Hertz and radians per second may differ.

## How to calculate rad/sec from hertz

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1 rad/s = 1/2π Hz = 0.1591549 Hz

The angular frequency or angular velocity ω in radian per second (rad/s) is equal to 2π times the frequency f in hertz (Hz):

Calculate angular velocity in rad/s from frequency of 300 hertz:

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