Unit rad/min
Name radian per minute
Category Frequency
Details In the field of frequency, rad/min (radian per minute) is a unit used to express the angular frequency or rotational speed of an object or a waveform. It represents how many radians, a unit of angular measurement, an object or waveform rotates or oscillates in one minute.

Angular frequency is important in various applications, such as analyzing the vibrations and oscillations in mechanical and electrical systems, where it describes the speed of rotation or frequency of periodic waveforms. A radian is the angle subtended by an arc on a circle with a length equal to its radius. There are 2π radians in a complete circle (360 degrees), so when an object has an angular frequency of 2π rad/min, it means it completes one full rotation in one minute.