Angular velocity is the speed of rotation of a material point around an axis or center of rotation, respectively, it indicates what angle from the initial position a point with a center of rotation forms per unit of time. Thus, if degrees are used as the angle value, then the angular velocity can be expressed in degrees per second, minute, hour, day or week. For objects making movements slower than it can be imagined in a week, angular velocity is calculated extremely rarely. Degrees in angular velocity can be replaced by radians, in accordance with the international system of units of measurement, or by revolutions. The angular velocity, measured in revolutions per unit time, is used for objects with a relatively high speed, because revolution is a measure of the angle at which the object returns to its original position, that is, it describes a complete circle. How to use: To use the angular velocity converter in calculations, copy or manually write the required number of revolutions, radians or degrees in a given period of time. Press Enter. You will get an idea of the angular velocity in all units.