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

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## What is Radian/sec to hertz conversion

To convert radians per second (rad/s) to hertz (Hz), you need to divide the value in radians per second by 2π. This is because there are 2π radians in one revolution, and one revolution per second is equivalent to one hertz.

The formula for the conversion is:

Frequency in hertz (Hz) = Frequency in radians per second (rad/s) / (2π)

For example, if you have a frequency of 10 rad/s and want to convert it to hertz:

Frequency in hertz (Hz) = 10 rad/s / (2π) ≈ 1.591 Hz

So, 10 radians per second is approximately equivalent to 1.591 hertz.

You can use this formula to convert any frequency from radians per second to hertz by dividing the value in radians per second by 2π.

## How to calculate hertz from rad/sec

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1 rad/s = 1/2π Hz = 0.1591549 Hz

the frequency f in hertz (Hz) is equal to the angular frequency or angular velocity ω in radians per second (rad/s) divided by 2π:

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

f(Hz) = 300rad/s / 2π = 47.75 Hz

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