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hertz (Hz) To radian/sec (rad/s) Converter

Conversion Rule

*f*

_{(rad/s)}=

*f*

_{(Hz)}x 2π

[ Where, M is a variable in Hz and rad/s ]

Examples

**Example 1.**Convert 5 hertz to radian/sec.

Solution!

- 1 Hz = 2π rad/s.
- 5 Hz = 5 x 2π rad/s.
**5 Hz = 31.415926 rad/s.**

**Example 2.**Convert 1.8 hertz to radian/sec.

Solution!

- 1 Hz = 2π rad/s.
- 1.8 Hz = 1.8 x 2π rad/s.
**1.8 Hz = 11.30973 rad/s.**

**Example 3.**Convert 30 hertz to radian/sec.

Solution!

- 1 Hz = 2π rad/s.
- 30 Hz = 30 x 2π rad/s.
**30 Hz = 188.49556 rad/s.**

Hz To rad/s Conversion Table

1 Hz = 6.283 rad/s. | 20 Hz = 125.664 rad/s. |

2 Hz = 12.566 rad/s. | 30 Hz = 188.496 rad/s. |

3 Hz = 18.85 rad/s. | 40 Hz = 251.327 rad/s. |

4 Hz = 25.133 rad/s. | 50 Hz = 314.159 rad/s. |

5 Hz = 25.133 rad/s. | 60 Hz = 376.991 rad/s. |

6 Hz = 37.699 rad/s. | 70 Hz = 439.823 rad/s. |

7 Hz = 43.982 rad/s. | 80 Hz = 502.655 rad/s. |

8 Hz = 50.265 rad/s. | 90 Hz = 565.487 rad/s. |

9 Hz = 56.549 rad/s. | 100 Hz = 628.319 rad/s. |

10 Hz = 62.832 rad/s. | 1000 Hz = 6283.185 rad/s. |

The hertz is the derived unit of frequency in the International System of Units and is defined as one cycle per second. It is named after Heinrich Rudolf Hertz, the first person to provide conclusive proof of the existence of electromagnetic waves.