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    Hello.

    I'm trying to discover the means of converting RPM to metres per second. Even a formula would be hand. The radius is 4cm.

    I found a site but it crashes my computer every time I go on it. Please help, Internet!

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    Re: Converting RPM to m/s

    Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hello.

    I'm trying to discover the means of converting RPM to metres per second. Even a formula would be hand. The radius is 4cm.

    I found a site but it crashes my computer every time I go on it. Please help, Internet!
    The circumference is 2*pi*radius
    Each revolution advances one circumference
    If you want m/s you need two conversions
    100 cm = 1 m
    60 s = 1 min

    2*pi*4 cm * 1 m/100 cm x RPM x 1 min/60 s

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      Re: Converting RPM to m/s

      Thank you very much for your help, sir! *hugs*

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        Re: Converting RPM to m/s

        thanks for the post, very helpful to all.

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        • #5
          Re: Converting RPM to m/s

          Tanks form Brazil ; )

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          • #6
            Re: Converting RPM to m/s

            thank u sooooooooooooooooooooo much

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            • #7
              Re: Converting RPM to m/s

              I need to convert 0.194 m/s squared to rpm. How do I do this?

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                Re: Converting RPM to m/s

                i have a drum (D= 365 mm ) its rpm = 90 rpm i wanna know it on m/s thx and regards

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                • #9
                  Re: Converting RPM to m/s

                  Originally posted by ali seif eldiin View Post
                  i have a drum (D= 365 mm ) its rpm = 90 rpm i wanna know it on m/s thx and regards
                  The circumference is pi*d = 1146.7 mm or 1.1467 m
                  It advances that amount in each revolution and 90 rpm is 1.5 rev/s (divide by 60 s/min)
                  1.1467 m/rev x 1.5 rev/s = 1.720 m/s

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                  • #10
                    Re: Converting RPM to m/s

                    Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
                    I need to convert 0.194 m/s squared to rpm. How do I do this?
                    m/(s^2) is a unit of acceleration.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Converting RPM to m/s

                      pls give me suggession about my rpm meter
                      Originally posted by HerrWarum View Post
                      m/(s^2) is a unit of acceleration.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Converting M/S^2 TO RPM

                        acceleration = (velocity/ time)
                        velocity = meters/sec
                        velocity = (circumference * rpm)/ seconds
                        velocity = (2*pie*radius*rpm)metres/ 60seconds
                        HerrWarum
                        m/ sec^2 = (3.14*2*radius* rpm)/(60*60)
                        then, rpm = (0.914*60*60) /(3.14*2* radius)
                        just put the value of radius and get the answer,
                        i think this is your answer
                        BY: RAM KUMAR

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                        • #13
                          Re: Converting RPM to m/s

                          what is 1meter per second convert to rpm

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                          • #14
                            Re: Converting RPM to m/s

                            Originally posted by joel View Post
                            what is 1meter per second convert to rpm
                            It depends on the radius of what is rotating. If you read post #2 or #9, you can probably figure it out.

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                              Re: Converting RPM to m/s

                              I'm agitating a solution in a Parallel rectangles tank by means of electrical stirrer, the stirrng rod is placed in the centre point of the solution. Knowing that the the dimensions of the tank (solution) are 0.6 m * 0.4 m base and 0.1 m height.
                              How can convert RPM of the solution stirring to linear velocity?????
                              any help plz

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