Constant Angular Acceleration

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Classical Mechanics

Constant angular acceleration, abbreviated as \(\omega\) (Greek symbol omega), of an object is the constant rate at which the angle velocity changes with respect to time.


Constant Angular Acceleration formula

\(\large{ \omega_f =  \omega_i  + \alpha \; t  }\)   


\(\large{ \omega_f }\)  (Greek symbol omega) = constant angular velocity

\(\large{ \alpha }\)  (Greek symbol alpha) = angular acceleration

\(\large{ \omega_i }\)  (Greek symbol omega) = initial angular velocity

\(\large{ t }\) = time


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