Angular Acceleration Calculator
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Angular acceleration is the rate of change of angular velocity over time. A free online angular acceleration calculator to calculate the constant angular acceleration from the total torque exerted and Mass moment of inertia.

Calculate Constant Acceleration

(rad/s2)

Angular acceleration is the rate of change of angular velocity over time. A free online angular acceleration calculator to calculate the constant angular acceleration from the total torque exerted and Mass moment of inertia.

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Formula:

α = T / I Where, α = Angular Acceleration T = Total torque exerted on the body I = Mass moment of inertia of the body

Angular acceleration of a spinning object can be defined as the rate of change of angular velocity over a time. In SI units, it is measured in radians per second squared (rad/s2) and it is expressed using the Greek letter Alpha Α. The acceleration is a axial vector or pseudo vector in three dimensional space. Constant angular acceleration describes the relationships among angular velocity, angle of rotation, and time. For all constant values of the torque τ of an object the angular acceleration will also be constant. Angular acceleration is also referred as rotational acceleration. It is a vector quantity with a magnitude and either of two defined directions. Just input the values in the corresponding fields, the online angular acceleration calculator will update the you the result.

Example

The total torque exerted on a body is 5 rad/sec and mass moment of inertia is 9 sec. Calculate Constant Acceleration
α = 5 / 9
= 0.5556 rad/s2


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