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The Uniformly Accelerated (Decelerated) Circular Motion Calculator will calculate:
|The angular acceleration when the initial and final angular velocities and moving time are given is rad/s2|
|The angular displacement when the initial and final angular velocities and moving time are given is rad|
|α = ω - ω0/t|
α = - /
α = /
|φ = (ω0 + ω) × t/2|
φ = ( + ) × /2
φ = () × /2
φ = /2
|Uniformly Accelerated Decelerated Circular Motion Calculator Input Values|
|Initial angular velocity (ω0) rad/s|
|Final angular velocity (ω) rad/s|
|Time of rotation (t) s|
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