It would depend on the size of the circular item you are rotating. Divide the circumference of the item ( in meters) into 272.23, and then multiply the answer by 60 seconds, to get rpm.
The circular movement in different parts of the ocean differ in the direction that they are rotating. The reason for this difference is owed to various factors. Gravity, sea level, ocean deepness, and temperature are all factors that react differently to the rotation of the earth.
revolving- When a planet moves around another in circular motion. rotating- When a planet spins on its axis
There are lots of device that rotate; one of them is a wheel.
When a body is rotating in a circular path around an axis.
You need to divide the circumference by pi.
Rotating (spinning) on an axis is what Earth's rotation does in creating day and night.
The diameter of the model would definitely be 3.19 feet.
The earth will have both rotational and circular motions. Rotational motion because of the earth rotating about its own axis(axis joining the line north and south poles). Circular motion because of moving around the sun.
No, there are circular movements just about anywhere: planets, moons and stars rotating, planets orbiting their stars, moons orbiting their planets, and stars orbiting their galaxies, often in orbits that are fairly circular, etc.
A motor takes electricity and creates rotating motion. A generator takes rotating motion and turns it into electricity.
I assume you mean "uniform circular motion". That means that:* An object moves in a circle, and * The speed, and therefore also the angular speed, is constant. As an example, this occurs in many machines that have rotating parts.
Earth has a circumference of 24000 miles. Since it rotates once per day it must be rotating at 1000 MPH.
A rack and pinion system is a simple mechanism which converts linear to circular motion. More complex systems such as the pistons of a car engine rotating the drive shaft are common.
1. a ring or circle. 2. a circular course or motion. Gyre is a large system in the ocean. The large system is rotating in the currents.
It is used in our everyday lives. Many things can go in a circular motion. As long as the two objects are different sizes and when attached they end up rotating together. Some examples would be a pencil sharpener or ferris wheel.
plate techtonics move in many directions, they move in the direction that the convectoin currents move which are in the mantle rotating in a circular motion
2 meter circumference rotating 1 revolution per second produces a linear speedof 2 meters per second.The question can be slightly more exciting if you give the diameter of the wheel,or even its radius, instead of its circumference.
It is a waveguide that is circular. Circular waveguides have modes that are described in terms of Bessel functions instead of the sines/cosines used for rectangular waveguides. The disadvantage is that the two lowest modes have cutoff frequencies spaced by less than an octave. Circular waveguides are used for rotating joints, for example in radar. The H01 mode in circular waveguide was used as a low-loss mode for transmitting signals over distance, but this technique has been replaced by fibre-optic cables.
For a uniform circular motion speed is held constant,but there is always a change in the velocity of the rotating body and hence there is a net acceleration
Take a drill and dismantle it then get a circular piece of wood, cut a hole in the middle, and fasten the drill to it, mount it to a base and get a sufficient power source
The result is a right cone
The circumference of the earth at the equator is almost exactly 24,900 miles. It takes 24 hours for the earth to rotate on it axis so the earth is rotating at a little over 1,000 miles an hour (1037.5 miles per hour to be a bit more exact).
In his model, protons are located in the centre of the atom (in the nucleus) and electrons are rotating around the nucleus in fixed circular paths called orbits.
Different types of storm rotate. A large-scale rotating storm may be called a cyclone. A violently rotating storm that is produced by a thunderstorm is a tornado.