Angular Velocity Formula

Angular velocity is defined as the rate of change of angular position with respect to time.

The symbol ⍵ is used for representing the angular velocity of a body.
⍵ = dθ/dt

It is often measured in radian per seconds. Sometimes revolution per sec or revolutions per minutes are used for representing it.

⍵  = Radian per second
f = Revolution per second
η = Revolution per minute

Revolution per minute is the popular unit for electrical machines and is often employed with synchronous motors, alternators, and induction machines.

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