Unit r/s
Name revolution per second
Category Frequency
Details In the field of frequency, the unit r/s (revolution per second) is used to measure the rotational speed of an object. It denotes how many complete 360-degree revolutions or cycles the object makes in one second.

For example, if a spinning wheel has a frequency of 5 r/s, it means that the wheel is completing five full rotations in one second. This unit is often used in various fields such as engineering, physics, and machinery to describe the rotation rate of various objects like motors, gears, and spinning mechanisms.